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Author Topic: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion  (Read 11705 times)

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Re: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #150 on: Feb 21, 2018, 20:16:51 »
New fender, this time from a YZ.


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Re: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #151 on: Feb 21, 2018, 23:53:37 »
I like it. A little shorter and more modern looking

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Re: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #152 on: Feb 22, 2018, 07:44:24 »
Itís cut vinyl, but they arenít stacked. Itís done like a screen print with registration marks and the colors piecing together the image. So, they fit inside each other.

Thats some fancy stuff going on there.

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Re: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #153 on: Feb 22, 2018, 08:50:52 »
Yep, that fender is better, looks like it was made for the bike. The other was nice but this one is right.
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Re: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #155 on: Feb 27, 2018, 18:19:52 »

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1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #156 on: Feb 28, 2018, 20:11:00 »
I have it apart to do final polish on the painted parts and to line the tank in Caswell. The wife and kids are going to the zoo on Saturday, so Iím going for a long shakeout ride and to get some beauty shots.




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Re: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #157 on: Mar 01, 2018, 00:52:31 »
Heck yes. Sounds real good with the Ducati mufflah


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Re: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #158 on: Mar 01, 2018, 09:58:36 »
Sounds every bit as good as it looks
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Re: 1997 BMW F650ST to F650R: Enduro Hellride Conversion
« Reply #159 on: Mar 03, 2018, 21:57:32 »
Went for the maiden voyage.  It seems lean on the low end.  It's be rough when you first hit the throttle, then takes off like a rocket as you open it up.  Regardless, it's a great feeling bike so dialing it in will be more than enough fun.