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Author Topic: Yamaha L2C-A 1967 Tracker/Salt Racer - Going back together  (Read 6516 times)

Offline suuscustoms

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Re: Yamaha L2C-A 1967 Tracker/Salt Racer - Going back together
« Reply #20 on: Aug 25, 2011, 10:30:19 »
just found another bike with a fueltank on the handlebars, looks like nothing's new  ;D


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Offline suuscustoms

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Re: Yamaha L2C-A 1967 Tracker/Salt Racer - Going back together
« Reply #21 on: Aug 27, 2011, 09:10:59 »
Going back together further,


Hacking up the opshop jacket again which donated some of it's sleeve to the seat to trim the scotch compartment:




Got the wheels back on and fired her up again :D still need so sort a bunch of minor details.





These leather gloves have saved me right the way through the build, but they may have finally reached their limit :P
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Re: Yamaha L2C-A 1967 Tracker/Salt Racer - Going back together
« Reply #22 on: Sep 18, 2011, 10:03:23 »
Uni has taken over, but I got some 'presents' in the mail and just had to try them out to see if any would look better than the one currently fitted.  What do you reckon?

Option one is Aprilia branded, doesn't sit on a good angle



Option 2



Option 3




Option 4 (same as 3 but different location, I have a pair so could do one on each side)



My other little treat, a steering lock :D
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Offline 66replica

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Re: Yamaha L2C-A 1967 Tracker/Salt Racer - Going back together
« Reply #23 on: Sep 18, 2011, 13:03:38 »
Option 2!

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Re: Yamaha L2C-A 1967 Tracker/Salt Racer - Going back together
« Reply #24 on: Sep 19, 2011, 14:11:44 »
I say 3 or 4!!
This entire project is so obscure, i think it should lead all the way to the smallest details. if the whole rig is warped, why shouldnt the lights??!
im so looking forward to this