My first crack at doing a cafe after a whole bunch of years of being a Buell/Harley guy...
lonelywolf8588 said:AAAAHHHHH. I am building a GS1000 and was thinking of a copper and hunter green color scheme. Awe well that decided blue for me since I was indecisive about what combination to do. Looks amazing though and I love it. What wheels are those off of?
lonelywolf8588 said:Did you have any rejetting issues with the carbs? I was going to do the same pod filters and exhaust.
xulf13 said:Very sweet bike. I like the exhaust. What is it out of or where did you get it? How does it sound?
Swagger said:Nicely done, the aesthetic works too. I dig the reveal in the tank and seat though i wish they lined up.
Pretty friggin smooth!
dcwp said:Man I LOVE this bike. That's the color scheme I think I was trying to get, but ended up more gold than copper.
What's the skinny on the seat? It looks like the glass hangs quite a bit lower than a standard cafe seat and even has a notch for the shock mounts. Is this a custom job? A separate piece? Something that is available prefab?
I'm still trying to figure out how to hide my weird frame under the seat and this looks like a great way to go.
Oz Customs said:thanks - just can't make it work from every angle - something is always off due to the surface shapes - so I choose a pretty ,uch dead-on from the side as my line-up
Oz Customs said:
bikeboy said:mate, I've just restored a 'skunk' for a friend, and I'm wishing now we'd been a bit more creative. This is a beautiful bike. You seem to have a designer's eye for colour combinations. I love it.
What did you do to the side cover badges? Is that a clear green over the top?