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Old 09-20-2007, 05:59 PM
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I think these frames by themselves are handsdown awsome, from a design standpoint, but have been trying to picture what a finished bike might look like, being that you'll see a lot of flat and squared off areas (the frame) I'm picturing What you would get if you pulled a stock harley tank off something like a Dyna and put a sporty tank on it but still had the bike square backbone showing. (would not look good) I can't wait to see the bike you fill in around this frame, this should be very inspirational to many watching. Glad your doing it. Mark.
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Old 09-20-2007, 07:29 PM
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i saw one finished bike they had posted on here and i didnt care for it at all, but i dont like the style bike they did anyways. i havent seen a chopper style one yet.

but this computer generated stuff is off the hook! keep it up
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Thumbs up Glinik! I'll be watchin this one...
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here we go... just find me a decent job please

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Old 09-20-2007, 08:28 PM
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crazy shit man, cant wait to see what you got in your head on this one
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Old 09-21-2007, 04:31 AM
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I see who will be the first to complete a CFLII build. Seems a job wouldnt be difficult to come by as an independant. Just offering training seminars on the modeling program you use. Are you employed by the software manufacturer?

Now that you have the frame modeled and most of the other WCC parts I can't wait to see different tank, bars and pipe combinations.
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I own a buisness since 1993 (computers and machines)
the software manufacturer have nothing to do with that
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The swing arm area looks like the side of a sportbike frame, you know where it comes down next to the motor. Jury is out on this one until I see a built bike. I thing its very possible that this frame can look like a loaded diaper when built, too much metal on the rear I think. Other than that I think its a killer look
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Old 09-23-2007, 09:07 AM
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I could write few pages about why and where i am going with it.


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Old 09-23-2007, 10:38 AM
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Oh man... another work of art by Glinik. Let's see some more engine combinations too!
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Oilburner mentioned different tanks styles such as the sporty tank, and how it just wouldn't look right. I agree, This frame with it's angular lines, needs a tank to complement the over all design, Such as the old school coffin tanks, Or a tank with the same angular profile.
I also would like to see something done about the seat. Ya I have heard it's adjustable, So what! It's stell just one choice. Were is the variety? I see it as the one flaw in the whole design.
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Wheres the knucklehead engines? PLEASE do one of the knucks.
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