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Old 10-04-2011, 01:31 PM
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hey everyone, ive started a build, stripping down, stripping off the paint to bare metal, and i just wondered if anyone has an idea of what frame i have, i have looked around the web with no joy in finding just what it is exactly,
Please if anyone has any knowledge, i would really appreciate it, this is the frame \/

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Old 10-04-2011, 08:43 PM
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don't recall any of the popular kits having the rolled out front down tubes. Propable a custom build, looks like it might work out cool. Good luck.
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Old 10-04-2011, 09:02 PM
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that is a very heavily modified frame
very hard to tell but looks like maybe suzuki or kawasaki
sorry i can't be more help but not much there other than
bottom and back motor mounts to go on
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Old 10-05-2011, 12:53 AM
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@triker, you seem to know your stuff, it had a suzuki engine in it, size definqately between a 750 and 110, not too sure of actual size, pistons were seized up and all the hoses were missing when i got it, ended up scrapping it which i wish i didn't now , lol, yes there has been some mods to it, none of my own though, was a little disappointed when i uncovered the filler, so i think i'le be removing the plates and making a better job of it at some point before re-spray. i don't suppose you could know a rough year/time frame with this sort of frame at all?
@36indian, yes that is the trouble i have had with finding out info on this frame, there has been very few with the front down tubes, and also the mid section support tubes, usual being just the one support rather than 2, really don't know whether to class it as a rare frame, haha, just definitely not the best looking though.
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Not entirely sure here because like everyone has already said the mods. However if I were you I might be looking at BSA frames? BSA front loop hard tailed and goose necked. Slam it low with a springer and a ness prizom tank with a BSA mill. Digger style might be a.sweet little limy.
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