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Outstanding job. What is the function of the rings around the front stopper, other than looking beefy? Is it for heat dispersion? The belt drive is tits. Maybe some speed holes on the headlight ears and chain guard? Are you going with a bump stop type seat with the oil filler between your legs? How about a shot of the other side?
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Be still my racing heart! Nice, please post more when you have it done.
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Jakemon said:
Outstanding job. What is the function of the rings around the front stopper, other than looking beefy? Is it for heat dispersion? The belt drive is tits. Maybe some speed holes on the headlight ears and chain guard? Are you going with a bump stop type seat with the oil filler between your legs? How about a shot of the other side?
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The front rings are just for looks.

I didnt think about drilling the ears. Thanks, now I have another project! I have a bump stop seat that is getting covered, its polished alloy too!

Other side pic didnt come out great but here it is



 

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Wow.....it seems like only yesterday I was standing....no wait....I was!
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You guys should see this thing i person!
 

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The front rings are just for looks.
How about running a 16 incher up front and then the brake would look like a TZ. Did you make the bump stop or buy one? Unity Equipe has some sweet looking aloy seats on their web site.

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That is beautiful, even with the pink frame.
 

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Jakemon said:
How about running a 16 incher up front and then the brake would look like a TZ. Did you make the bump stop or buy one? Unity Equipe has some sweet looking aloy seats on their web site.

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I bought the seat from Hollywood bobbers. Took 2 1/2 months to get it and tons of emails/phone calls. Nice looking seat but I'd never buy another from him.

I'm thinking about relacing the wheels to 18" front and back, alloy shouldered rims would be perfect on this thing.
 

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I'm thinking about relacing the wheels to 18" front and back, alloy shouldered rims would be perfect on this thing
If you have the cash to spend I certainly think Shouldered 18's would be the cats ass on your bike. I am sending my hubs to Buchanans very soon to get WM2 and WM3's with stainless spokes. Spendy but your girls gotta have nice shoes. I love the look of a big drum and little bitty spokes. I have a Grimeca 230MM I will be running on the front and the stocker on the rear.
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