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Old 12-07-2015, 09:13 AM   #1
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Started a street fighter build (pics)

It's a gsxr 600, tore down to base frame and started welding up a rear end with thin steel, tail light is from an r6 06, gona powder coat black and put a cage and build a small front end as well. Gona be a stunt/street fighter bike. What y'all think?

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Old 12-07-2015, 09:16 AM   #2
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I think I hope another biker doesn't fall off an endo behind you
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Never got the whole pointed upward tail. Looks goofy as . The tail itself looks good, just that angle is weird.
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I like the way the lines of the bike flow
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My friends bike looked just like this, but he looped it doing a wheelie lol
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Yeah I'd feel bad for em too.lol it ain't as sharp as it looks though I rounded off all edges best I could n still kept the sharp edge look.
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The no tail look? It does look pretty good that way too but I'd have to figure out a way to put tail lights on it Wich can still b done I guess.
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The no tail look? It does look pretty good that way too but I'd have to figure out a way to put tail lights on it Wich can still b done I guess.
My first inclination would be to check out the Triumph Speed Triple tail lights. You can get an integrated one from MotoDynamic for $80. They're relatively short in height and they're gently curved. It might fit the tail of the bike well.
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That tail is terrible.
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My first inclination would be to check out the Triumph Speed Triple tail lights. You can get an integrated one from MotoDynamic for $80. They're relatively short in height and they're gently curved. It might fit the tail of the bike well.
I'll check it out maybe when I damage this one stunting I'll build something like that next.probably easier too..👍
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I'll check it out maybe when I damage this one stunting I'll build something like that next.probably easier too..👍
Just don't impale yourself in the meantime
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Ima do that red powder coat secondary color for rims cage and accents, I wana slap those dual sport tires on it and the orange bike style is what I'm going for on the front end.
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Ima do that red powder coat secondary color for rims cage and accents, I wana slap those dual sport tires on it and the orange bike style is what I'm going for on the front end.
Those are Continental TKC 80s. I just put some on my ENDURO....they are pretty sticky on the street
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How do they handle does it feel knobby? Like a dirt bike?
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How do they handle does it feel knobby? Like a dirt bike?
oh yea....you feel every (so to speak)

but they are pretty sticky.....I doubt you will be draggin knees but you could still do some mod pace SMRs if your ballsy
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