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Found literally in a dirt floor barn.
Took a few months of cleaning, and a few months more of getting it road worthy again.
Plus several months to get a title since bike had no paperwork.
Here in Chicago a few years ago riding through the Motoblot show with my wife.
I originally bought this...
Heres a project I originally built for my wife.
I didn't want to chop it up, and destroy it forever....it just needed some improving.
Not as extreme of a change, but a significant difference in the way the bike rode and handled...
Sadly the kick start was something my wife refused to...
As usual it took way more time and $$$ than ever originally intended.....
....but once started, I had to finish it.
Oil lines do not interfere with anything, including me when riding ;D
Now that it is finally 99% done I can get back to one of my stroker projects....
Here's the short version of the resurrection of my most recently finished project.
They say a picture tells a thousand words....so heres about 10,000 words ;)
Here are a few projects I finished up in 2016....
CBX, is dialed in....stainless valves to go into spare head soon.
The SR has now been sold to buy a KTM390 Duke for wife.
The GS just had it's 100 mile shake down run last week, and have swapped carbs to 29's