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Cafe Racers / Re: CB500T Cafe Build
« Last post by SF on Today at 10:40:50 »
Looks great! Now let's hear it!


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Cafe Racers / Re: CB500T Cafe Build
« Last post by WoodsCustoms on Today at 10:27:31 »
Little more progress
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Enduro / Dirt / Re: 1981 CM400T scrambler style
« Last post by farmer92 on Today at 10:15:08 »
Yeah, don't dare go off road unless you have a $20k ADV bike.

Back in the day, they didn't care about explaining, they just did it.  ;)




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From what i've seen, the 20k adv bike is way too damn heavy for my idea of off roading.
A 500$ tc185 on the other hand is perfect.

I would not have ridden my cb400 through a plowed field like i did with my TC185, but that probably has more to do with the weight  difference than anything else. Perhaps my interpretation of rough terrain (plowed fields) is different than his.





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Enduro / Dirt / Re: 1981 CM400T scrambler style
« Last post by Rusnak_322 on Today at 10:07:46 »
Yeah, don't dare go off road unless you have a $20k ADV bike.

Back in the day, they didn't care about explaining, they just did it.  ;)




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DTT Indiana / Re: This forum is boring
« Last post by Tifun on Today at 09:29:00 »
Good morning starlight


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Enduro / Dirt / Re: 1981 CM400T scrambler style
« Last post by Tifun on Today at 08:36:34 »
It's a valid question on my part,
I owned and road a 78 cb400
I live on a farm in Quebec
It's ability to handle a dirt road in the spring was marginal at best even with the front fender/brace.
Let alone all the shit that would end up on the inside of the fender.


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Dirt roads verses single track are way different animals. Just swapped my tires to a more aggressive pattern will make it handle way better. A fork brace would definitely make it more constrained but the tires will make up for most of it.


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Politics / Religion / Debates / Re: Bikers for Trump
« Last post by lostboy on Today at 08:36:08 »
What I find odd is that there's a picture of Hillary in a pant suit. Clearly post Clinton Whitehouse. I wonder if there are other First Lady paintings hanging around.


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Wheels Tires and Brakes / Re: Comstars + gsx-r front end
« Last post by cxman on Today at 08:34:51 »
first one i did cost me over 500 due to the thickness and sizeof the blanks plus axle spacers and bearings and seals ect











i also found since that using rotors from a honda black bird will require way thinner spacers

and more or less  right up to the comstar you have to weld redrill the moount holes the rotor comes with 6 holes and the comstar 5

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Politics / Religion / Debates / Re: Bikers for Trump
« Last post by lostboy on Today at 08:33:46 »
Don't think President Ronald Reagan would approve. Just a hunch.

I agree, I don't think he'd approve of that picture hanging there either.


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Enduro / Dirt / Re: 1981 CM400T scrambler style
« Last post by farmer92 on Today at 08:28:37 »
No explanation is warranted or forthcoming. If you have a useful comment, submit it.. if all you have is snotty claptrap, go annoy someone else.

It's a valid question on my part,
I owned and road a 78 cb400
I live on a farm in Quebec
It's ability to handle a dirt road in the spring was marginal at best even with the front fender/brace.
Let alone all the shit that would end up on the inside of the fender.


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