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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-15-2011, 08:54 PM Thread Starter
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Wheels are done, Pics of bike and some ladies!

So I FINALLY picked the bike up today! Custom spacers are done and the wheels look F'in AMAZING! It seems like as soon as I do one thing something else pops up that i need haha...

Still waiting on the oil mounts to be welded, had to get new unions because they were alum.... needed steel.

Also need to switch to the 520. I had the 530 but this rear wheel runs the 520.... so... gotta get the 520 chain and front sprocket

THEN SHES DONE HAHAH! Ill get some pics up for you guys later. Just wanted to stop by and say hi.

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Looks good man!

The flat black really helps the tank not look so fat and out of place with the bodywork.


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ever heard the term "black is slimming"

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I like the modern lines of the bodywork.

Sweet wheels!!!
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post #9 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-16-2011, 07:11 AM
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Well done - looks great

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The flat black really helps the tank not look so fat and out of place with the bodywork.
+1, murdering it out does hide the girth of the tank. Just never liked the fad of retro-fitting other plastic to the RC.

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Bike looks awesome. Looking forward to a pic outdoors in natural light.

Keep up the good work
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Looks wicked evil bro! Nice work.

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You should rattle can that subframe black too.


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looks really good man, ill also be looking forward to seeing her in the natural light. and i second the idea of painting the subframe (and the stator cover needs some love too).


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After I mounted all the electronics under the seat and bolted everything up I had the same idea about painting the subframe haha. Didnt feel like pull it all apart to paint it. Maybe... we'll see.

As far as the stator and clutch cover go.... Ive heard that someone makes them out of carbon fiber? wink wink....

Or ive been thinking of keeping my eye out for a set of woodcraft case covers.... but i doubt that will happen.

heres a quick pic... Im trying to get some models on board to take some photos with the bike.... ill put their pics up too
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guess i should put the bike up too
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That looks BADASS.


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The brunette looks MUCH better.
You could always paint the stator cover.
All that black looks pretty mean!
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Both girls look good even the bike.

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