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Old 11-27-2008, 02:24 AM
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Whatchagit when you cross Sportster, YZ125 and a cafe racer?

Ok I know it's not a chopper but we needed a bike to make beer/smokes/parts runs with since some moron actaully bought the previous shop gofer bike. Not done yet but here is the latest contraption and the previous....
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Old 11-27-2008, 04:59 AM
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I dunno, but RW would ride the shit outta the 1st one, just his style.
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Old 11-27-2008, 10:18 AM
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very cool, vision...
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Old 11-27-2008, 11:19 AM
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shoot! I would have bought the first one too! not the second one ....ain't got enought butt for that one!
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What engines are in those? Are they dirtbike engines? Would they do highway speeds? I think they are both sweet bikes.
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Old 11-27-2008, 03:52 PM
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I dunno, but RW would ride the shit outta the 1st one, just his style.
Hardly. But I do ride the shit out of this one. Not quite the same.

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Old 11-27-2008, 04:10 PM
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Hey buck fiddy, if I was on my cafe bike this is all you would see.

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Old 11-27-2008, 04:17 PM
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These are not really motorcycles they are just fun bikes with no keys that anyone can take for a run to 7-11. They are built by throwing our shop reject sheetmetal on the little 125cc bikes that we pick up broken down for about $60 and the absolute limit is they cannot exceed $300 in total cost.

Yea the are 125 and 132 two stokes so basically dirt bike motors - kinda takes me full circle because I started out on YZ 125. With the right pipe it can do near freeway speed but I am not shure how long you would want to sustain it.

Road - If I raced you all I would see is a spec on the horizon. We are a sheet metal shop not a custom bike manufaturer. When we make bikes it is just for fun and always on the cheap.
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These are not really motorcycles they are just fun bikes with no keys that anyone can take for a run to 7-11. They are built by throwing our shop reject sheetmetal on the little 125cc bikes that we pick up broken down for about $60 and the absolute limit is they cannot exceed $300 in total cost.
Pretty sure everyone's figured that out. Rick just likes to take shots at me. He has a man crush on me.
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What part of it is "Sportster" ?
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What part of it is "Sportster" ?
I'm guessing the tank.
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Bingo - The tank is made to standard Sportster specs just with added knee tucks (yea stupid idea but I had to try it) and those with the rear guard make up the entire "cafe racer" contribution.
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Bingo - The tank is made to standard Sportster specs just with added knee tucks (yea stupid idea but I had to try it) and those with the rear guard make up the entire "cafe racer" contribution.

Road - be easy on Rick with that crush: it was already a brave thing he did coming out of the closet on public forum like this, he might take the rejection very hard when his affections are not reciprocated. It also shows a lot of courage to come on to a website and bash everything and everybody there without putting up a single pic of a bike that you have built or even own.
Bingo.
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Bingo - The tank is made to standard Sportster specs just with added knee tucks (yea stupid idea but I had to try it) and those with the rear guard make up the entire "cafe racer" contribution.

Road - be easy on Rick with that crush: it was already a brave thing he did coming out of the closet on public forum like this, he might take the rejection very hard when his affections are not reciprocated. It also shows a lot of courage to come on to a website and bash everything and everybody there without putting up a single pic of a bike that you have built or even own.
Hey smartass, my bike has been all over this forum with a complete build thread. Maybe genius, you might want to look at my gallery before shoving your foot the whole way in.
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