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Old 11-25-2016, 11:27 PM
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Got stuck into the garage today for a bit, I wanted to get the exhaust together... For some reason it's a tight fit but all together. Of corse what's the point of an update without pictures

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The more I look at the bike the more content I am with my decision to stick with the white plastics all round... It really 'cleans up' the look IMO
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Old 11-26-2016, 07:31 PM
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That bike looks great Stevo. Everything is very well done. Did this project really start out with the intent of "a little" restoration?
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Old 11-26-2016, 09:26 PM
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That bike looks great Stevo. Everything is very well done. Did this project really start out with the intent of "a little" restoration?
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Yes it did start out with just a little restoration.... Then I got carried away.... Now I have an amazing looking bike which should go as well as it looks!!
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Old 11-27-2016, 01:07 AM
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Yes it did start out with just a little restoration.... Then I got carried away.... Now I have an amazing looking bike which should go as well as it looks!!

Yes sir! I can't wait to hear about the first ride.
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Yes sir! I can't wait to hear about the first ride.
I'm totally looking forward to riding this thing again...I loved how agile it was! The suspension was spot on, with all the coatings and low friction internals it should be even better!
I liked the motor...being 'underpowered' I found ruts were more manageable.... I used a double base gasket to run normal gas ( cheap way to do it lol ) I really can't wait!!
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Almost finished!! 99% done... So what's left?
Rear sprocket
Chain
Fluids-including brake bleed
Airfilter
Full bike bolts check
Pirelli tire stickers
....ride!!!!!

I just mocked up the wheels...I can't get enough of this thing!!

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Congratulations!
such a beautiful bike with absolute factory look! I like it

give us a nice full on ride video plz.
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Congratulations!
such a beautiful bike with absolute factory look! I like it

give us a nice full on ride video plz.
Most definitely!!!! I plan to use this at a 3day MX boot camp!!!
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Great job bro,machine is beautiful!
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