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Bobsmyuncle March 10th, 2010 01:46 PM

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Thanks VERY much!!! :bow:

Turbo Punk March 11th, 2010 04:28 PM

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Here's a vid of my nephew and his old crew. He's the one in the camo pants.

Please don't try any of this this.

CRAIG138 March 11th, 2010 07:25 PM

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So lately I've lurking around here day dreaming of a Ghia but this is my normal home........

If your into bikes you should check it out.

purplemyth March 11th, 2010 07:30 PM

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thats cool, as you can see, several in here do bikes too.
Now go do an intro and tell us a bit about yourself, whether ya got a vw or not, then when ya get one, you have a build thread ready to build in~
several cali guys in here too~
welcome to our lil piece of madness :funny:

Turbo Punk March 13th, 2010 09:27 AM

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This is why you shouldn't try any of these stunts. All but 2 of the wrecks in this video are my nephew. The first one, he was air-lifted out. In another, he broke his collar bone.

He and his crew used to be sponsored by Red Bull and would preform at shows and race tracks.

Once again, don't try this yourself.

tequilla March 23rd, 2010 10:01 AM

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Is this worth what they are asking? I didn't want to post it in the Craig's list thread because I was looking for opinions......

EDIT: Has a Nevada title and I'm in California.....

$2,300 O.B.O.
runs very strong as a beast 6 speedsand faster than harley sportster and cheaper
its suzuki gs 650cc 1981
hardtail frame modified by slims fab of redlands
gas tank sporty brand new modified by slims
handlebar by slims
oiltank and battrerry box by slims
seatpan by slim
title is clear in hand
many-many new parts
engine service and general check by indocycles
serious buyer only ....

RichG March 23rd, 2010 10:43 AM

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^^^I think with a little effort and less than a grand you could duplicate that bike easily!

Making a swing armed bike into a rigid is stupid simple! Just fix the bike to a table (level and square), then use the adjusters and plates at the wheel to attach your upper bars. Once you have that done, remove the swing arm and add your bottom pieces. That's a simplified explanation, but the key is to maintain the factory geometry-that way your not having to worry about alignment, it's already been done for you!:dancing: All it requires is a little craftsmanship, something I believe Volksrodders have in spades!

Mikelrome March 23rd, 2010 12:35 PM

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Offer him $2000.00. It's a good deal not a great deal. But for 2Gs you can just get on and ride a bad ass bike!:grin::thumbsup:

tequilla March 23rd, 2010 11:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Mikelrome (Post 453675)
Offer him $2000.00. It's a good deal not a great deal. But for 2Gs you can just get on and ride a bad ass bike!:grin::thumbsup:

I was going to wait till the weekend and see if it's still available. I have a buddy that knows more about bikes than I do so I was thinking I could take him with me and if I like it and he gives it a :thumbsup: I was thinking I would offer 2K. I just wasn't sure if 2K was crazy money for what I would be getting....... If it hasn't sold by this weekend I'm sure I have a better chance of getting it for 2K.

Philthyphil March 24th, 2010 05:41 AM

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Here is the mini chopper im building for a friend, its based of a WCC CFL frame, just about 3/4 the size. Thats my V rodder in training trying out the seat.

soilybuh March 25th, 2010 01:25 PM

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This is my kind of thread! figured i would throw on here some of my past work on bikes and other 2 wheeled projects.

the black and white bike is the first bike i built. i call it the Harlisaki. it made pissing off harley riders too easy. nothing against harleys, i own a buell, but you guys dont like to be fooled into liking a jap bike. (it is a 1978 kz750).

next up we have what was left of my CBR after playing tag with a full size pick up. i would say the truck won, but i did bend his frame

the honda looks cooler than it was. the rear suspension never really got set up correctly. too soft.

the street tracker was the fastest project ever and therefore not very rewarding. sold it right after i finished it.

i built the scooter to run around campus at CSU. way too much fun! wish i would have kept that one.

i better stop there. i feel greedy taking all this space. a lot of nice bikes on this post though. if you ever have a chance to go to Leeds, AL, check out the Barber bike museum. in an 8 hour day you wont see the same bike twice.

V8Transporter March 25th, 2010 09:02 PM

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Nice work. :thumbsup::thumbsup: The Honda looks trick and the tracket fast. Take up all the space you want.:clapping:

hotrodhenry March 27th, 2010 08:28 AM

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DAMN THIS THREAD EVERY TIME I GO ON IT I WANT TO GET BACK IN TO BIKES. the last thing i need is anouther hobby....keep the bad ass pics coming.

tequilla March 27th, 2010 09:02 AM

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I'm putting a call in this weekend to see if the Suzuki bobber is still available....... However..... my buddy has a co-worker with a bad ass harley and he's asking $4K...... but my buddy is going to try his best to get it for me for $3500....... I think the harley would be the better return on my investment if I ever needed to sell it or wanted to trade up......

Unkl Ian April 1st, 2010 05:27 PM

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Guy built the whole bike him self.

V8Transporter April 1st, 2010 08:54 PM

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Unbelievably Brilliant!:clapping::clapping::clapping:

tequilla April 2nd, 2010 12:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Unkl Ian (Post 455173)

That bike is bad ass :thumbsup: and the guy has some mad fabrication skills....... but is it just me or does he look about 20 years older at the end of the video :Idunno:

:funny: :funny: :funny:

tequilla April 7th, 2010 10:06 AM

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Ok here's my problem........... I have a chance to buy this bike for $4K (excuse the crappy pic, it's a scan of a printed picture). It's about a 1976 Ironhead motor in an aftermarket frame with current "Special Construction" title and registration in California. I like the bike, it's in good condition but not perfect. Needs a tuneup, has a couple of rock chips in the paint but nothing serious. How good of a deal is it for $4K? I almost had it for $3,500 but the guys wife got involved :finger: The reason I'm asking if it's a decent deal or not............ I can scrape up the $4K but....... I'm losing one of my roomates and there is a rumor at work that we may be cutting back to a 32 hour work week (4 days). If I buy this thing and my shit goes really bad do I stand a decent chance of recovering my money by reselling it? I would buy it with the intention of keeping it. I would only sell out of necessity. What do you think :Idunno:

EDIT: I forgot to attach the pic :stupid:

Bobsmyuncle April 7th, 2010 10:32 AM

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Don't do it.

You don't sound absolutely stoked. If it was THE bike, then maaaybe.

There's lots of bikes out there, and NONE of them are worth the stress of being caught in a tight financial situation.

Steve White April 7th, 2010 11:22 AM

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I guess it depends where you live because up here $4G's doesn't buy a heck of a lot of Harley ... certainly a hell of a lot less then that :funny:

rostigbug April 7th, 2010 04:00 PM

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do not do it... the iron head 'sporty motor is POS!

trikertroy April 7th, 2010 04:18 PM

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Iv had several very nice sportsters (Iv taken them as trade-ins for my VW trikes)and I got rid of them as soon as I could.. They are loud, nasty, vibrate like crazy..kind of fast and will make your penis grow when you twist the throttle...:dancing:

Truth is they are poorly designed and very rough. Around here I can buy a 4 grand sportster every day! Thats a nice looking bike and its a "HARLEY". Dont be fooled by the name and mystique.

V8Transporter April 7th, 2010 07:44 PM

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Okay, I was just out for a backroad ride on my Cafe style Iron Sporty, so I'm a little prejudice...but don't buy it.:huh: If you like tinkering on these, don't mind getting greasy, or the sudden complete breakdown, they're fine. But the new Evo stlye bikes are much more relaible (with more than a couple of exceptions) and stress free. Plus, with a custom bike your never really know what's going on and sometimes the details can get a little, um, odd. I've been through everything to get my bike where it is and it's dead reliable, but/because she hasn't got much Harley left in her. :grin:

rostigbug April 7th, 2010 08:04 PM

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[Lookin' at inland empire Craigslist, "harley" between 3000$ and 4000$ and there are a shitload of 'em!
The later model ones are "evos" not iron heads. Waaaay better engine,,Waaaay better bike!
Belt drive,5 sp, 12vdc, electric start,disk brakes.
I prefer my stripped down GoldWing
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V8Transporter April 7th, 2010 08:39 PM

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Nice! I recall riding out along the coast one time on my then new 650 Seca and having a guy on a 'Wing pass me on the inside of a turn and then wave as he went by. sigh...

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