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Old 12-11-2014, 02:51 PM   #21
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Here was my Bonnie that I restored. Not exactly rare but you don't see many on the road.

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Would love to get my hands on a Husqvarna 570 NOX. Only about 15 brought into the states and 300 produced worldwide. 70hp motard! Carbon fiber everywhere with titanium subframe and fasteners.

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Old 12-11-2014, 05:22 PM   #22
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1983 Yamaha Seca 900

One year wonder in the US. Had tons of "state of the art" bits.. reservoir rear shocks, rear mounted alternator to narrow the engine, air adjustable forks, adjustable handlebars (you could go from flat touring the angled clip on with a simple allen wrench), shaft drive..
When the big two-page ads for the Seca 900 appeared, Yamaha was claiming 97 horsepower and an “exhilarating 49-degree banking angle".
Light and narrow for its time, but the full fairing Ninja and FJ1200 made it obsolete almost as soon as it came out.

I really loved that bike...
Mine had SW stroker shocks, Supertrapp pipe, K&N pod filters and a jet kit.
I had one! I was there when the first one was pulled from the crate at Texas Yamaha and I knew, "I'm gonna have one of those".
A couple years later I bought a lightly used one from a friend. That was a sweet bike.
Then it got stolen and I never saw it again 8-(...
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