Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits

Hoofhearted

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That should do it T-A-F. Way too lean and 7000 rpm will do it every time. Head and cylinder survived nicely which surprised me.
 

J-Rod10

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She's spending her first night away from the shop. I think I have brought her to my house maybe three times. She's ready to take off for the mountains bright and early.

 

sbaugz

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here some pics of my bikes "as they sit".
Three are running (2000 Kawasaki ZRX1100, 2009 Harley Xr1200, and 1975 Suzuki T500)
Two are not currently running (2005 Yamaha TTR90, and 1975 CB200T)

The TT-R90 is almost ready to go. I ordered about $350 worth of parts from partzilla to get her done by this weekend.






 

Teufel

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71 CB450 that will eventually be a street tracker. This is my first attempt at doing anything mechanical or fabrication. Been reading through the forums here for awhile and doing my research. I'm sure I will have questions. Luckily I have local friends that to full custom and restoration to motorcycles and cars to lean on and borrow tools. Gonna start practicing welding next weekend.

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Maritime

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Mine now. Did 1080 miles on the weekend, a few small issues to sort but all in all, was an awesome trip.

 

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