Tifun said:Thakar ready!
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DannyMotor said:Looks like it's running good! A 74' MT250K1 was my first "project bike" I ended up deleting all the electronics and turned it into a woods bike.
Yours is looking great!
JSJamboree said:Dang, with some newer style plastics yours looks like a much more modern bike. I have a title so wanted to leave it street legal for resale sake. There is a chamber like that on e-bay but its like $300 after shipping. Do you know what it is? I would love to get more power, but dont want to spend that kind of money.
JSJamboree said:So, Ive got the itch for an 80s/90s sport bike. Really anything with dual round headlights. This has been ridden like 4 times since it was built so I dont really see a reason to keep paying insurance and title on it. So, its going up for sale! Its not a full restore but mechanically its been gone through and the motor is like new at this point. This isn't going to let you down. Asking 1750, I'll get some glamor pics up soon.
canyoncarver said:FZR600 ?
JSJamboree said:89ish FZR600, 89ish ZX7, 89ish GSXR750
Honestly its all about the cool looks than it is a specific bike or even being very fast, I just don't want anything smaller than a 600. Anything else i'm missing? Not looking for something rare or crazy. They are still relatively inexpensive right now so I want to get one before the prices start to go up.
Just sold my 84 vf1000f. Yes they are cool, it was fast and it was fun ' BUT pulling the carbs and re installing them makes me want to smack an old lady in the face. They are way more tightly packed and tough to work on than any bike from the previous 7-10 years that I've ever been aroundHiroProtagonist said:I'm also in love with these bikes, and recently snagged this guy
Quite affordable, though WAY less fun to work on than older bikes. Suddenly everything is packed in super tight and there's way more pieces to maintain (hydraulic clutch, disc brakes, etc). A total blast to ride, though, and way less money if you're willing to put in the time (PO couldn't get it started and didn't want to deal with taking the carbs off - I don't blame him).
HURCO550 said:Just sold my 84 vf1000f. Yes they are cool, it was fast and it was fun ' BUT pulling the carbs and re installing them makes me want to smack an old lady in the face. They are way more tightly packed and tough to work on than any bike from the previous 7-10 years that I've ever been around
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