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Author Topic: gs550 cafe racer track day bike , home made featherbed-ish frame  (Read 13775 times)

Offline dansofield550

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Offline scotch

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wow.
 
Extremely well done! Nice work.
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Offline haplo_84

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Holy shnikies! Way to drop in on us!
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Offline JustinLonghorn

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Yes sir, I can dig it.
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Offline kneedragger74

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Very nice bike. I'm impressed. ;D
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Offline bbillington

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thanks for building that for me, I'll be right over to pick it up. amazing work.

Offline dustywang

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I WANT!!!

Offline dansofield550

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some extra pics i found


































Offline t71ford

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Love this build! A terrific machine for sure, with lots of quality work. Nice man!
Some people will tell you that slow is good - and it may be, on some days - but I am here to tell you that fast is better. Being shot out of a cannon will always be better than being squeezed out of a tube. That is why God made fast motorcycles….Hunter S. Thompson

Offline thompsonmx100

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Thanks for directing me to this thread sir. Love the pics. The frame is cool. Love the concept. Nice work keep it up.
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Offline dansofield550

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started work on a spare engine, im putting a 650 top end on the 550 , this'll give me a good deal more bhp, had to nibble out some excess metal to get the 650 barrels in, all done now and striped and cleans, honing the barrels and gonna do a mild port and polish to the head, though waiting on some flatslides before i get into that

















Offline dustywang

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Could you build me a frame like that? LOL

Offline beachcomber

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Proper job ................there's a place for it in my garage..well done
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Offline dansofield550

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started doing a little smoothing out in the inlet ports, happy with progress so far, have new cam chain and gasket set on there way to me too








Offline oohsam

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WHAT the F@*%^*@#$(!@#)%(


Are you serious?


There is some serious skill there man. I feel like my build is childs play compared to that.
good lord.


Nice work. Not much more i can say.