*Project Rat-Fe Racer* GS750 DOHC CAFE build up

Man I think the blue looks fine. There is a Suzuki GT on here with a similar color and that bike looks sweet.
 
I think the blue looks great, one thing that might help out is putting a small seat pad there on the front of the rear hump might not make the blue as overpowering.
 
A buddy stopped by with his BMW.. I also picked up a TL1000R that I will be working on soon...
 

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Well I popped it up on Craigslist for $2700 this week. The market has been slow so I don't expect a quick sale..
 
$2,700? Why am I always broke when opportunities like this laugh in my face...

I had no idea you finished this thing. I saw two pages and thought "meh, he probably has that engine painted and back together by now. Maybe almost done with the frame." But it's complete? Buddy you need to have a few more kids and start working extra shifts, you have it way too good...
 
Man I just got back from a putt on the GS.. This bike is freaking awesome... Sounds amazing.. Handles like a dream.. I changed the tail light to a more vintage looking round style.. Love it.
 
And you are still going to sell it? I have been watching since you started the thread and I must say very nice work.
 
Redliner said:
$2,700? Why am I always broke when opportunities like this laugh in my face...

I had no idea you finished this thing. I saw two pages and thought "meh, he probably has that engine painted and back together by now. Maybe almost done with the frame." But it's complete? Buddy you need to have a few more kids and start working extra shifts, you have it way too good...

I'm not sure if I am ever really done... There is always something else to do.. But It is a transformed bike from that first photo I posted. Luckily this one was mechanically sound so there was not a real need to pull the engine out.. Just frame adjustments, cosmetics, and ergo changes.
 
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