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Old 05-08-2006, 09:01 AM   #1
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Aren't BMW motorcycles pretty much the same thing. Well, similar?

PS. i would totally pose with that.
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Too bad it would lose on Biker Build-off to a less ingenius design with a brighter/flashier paint scheme. :eh:
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Old 05-08-2006, 09:40 AM   #5
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Too bad it would lose on Biker Build-off to a less ingenius design with a brighter/flashier paint scheme. :eh:
I know that's right. I love the simplicity and style of Exile Choppers.
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Old 05-08-2006, 09:43 AM   #7
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how much hp that thing have? i say 500+
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Not to mention that if it's rev'd, the torque would flop it on its side. It's just a looker.
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Old 05-08-2006, 09:59 AM   #9
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+1789350840938091 to Exile Choppers!!! If i had the cash, that's what i would roll.
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I saw one he built which had the cables hidden in the bars and clutch motion was made with the turn of the left grip. Tooooo cool!!
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What i would give to be on one episode of build or bust. Anyone need a left nut? LOL Exile bikes only come in one color. . .Black!!! Since we have some chopper fans in the house, check out www.suckerpunchsally.com I like old skool bobbers and choppers the most.
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Those are NICE! I just can't dig the looks of ape hangers. They're ghey.
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turn key bikes starting around 14K, i can swing that. and im not much of an apehanger fan myself. I like the old bobbers and drag bars better.
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Yup, I think that was the one from BBO, right?
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Yup, I think that was the one from BBO, right?
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Except it says that it has a foot-clutch? I remember the twist-grip clutch too.. I *thought* it was on this bike. :dontknow:
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FOOT clutch, hand shift. That's right... I remember thinking there was no way I could get used to that.
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I remember an all flat-black rig he build with more drag-like bars with integrated clutch.
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