Stunt bike build update

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Stunt bike build update

Postby 02die » Sun Sep 06, 2009 7:13 pm

Just thought i would post some before and after pics of my bike what it looks like so far, so you guys can see that i'm someone who is really keen to get into the stunt scene, and i'm going to need as much help and advice as i can, just waiting for a cage and sprocket set (sprockets i might put on later until i get better at wheelies) Than i can start crashing and attempting to stunt like you guys haha. What a pain in the arse it was to put those DB bars on, modified bar risers to clear the gpr dampner, extended lines, and so much wiring to try and hide, and i thought it was going to be easy..... :|

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Re: Stunt bike build update

Postby Damo » Mon Sep 07, 2009 12:38 pm

You should leave that CBR fully-faired! That'd be a nice looking stunna :bounce: Just cut down your windscreen so the dirtie bars dont hit ;)
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Re: Stunt bike build update

Postby el sammo » Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:41 pm

nice bike man looks sweet!!!
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Re: Stunt bike build update

Postby JB » Mon Sep 07, 2009 7:48 pm

i'm going FF with mine. just havent gotten round to it yet. they do look nice FF 8)
one day i will think of something smart to put here
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