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|02-21-2014, 01:07 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2005
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March Bike of the Month Enter Here>>>>
March 2014 Bike of the Month entries begin today and will be open to the first TEN entrants that post WITH PHOTOS.
Please Read The Rules Before Entering.
The contest rules are as follows:
1. Post pics of your own bike! Not your brothers, friend's or buddies. Must be a CURRENT pic.
If you're not entering the contest, please don't post a pic of your bike.
Important: Please use photobucket and image codes: img
2. Bike's ONLY!! No pics of girls/guys with the "Here look at me" syndrome.
Please add a short list of mods you've done to the bike if any.
3. If you have more than one bike, you're only allowed 1 bike entry per month. No multiple entries.
If you entered in the last month you are ineligible to re-enter the same bike.
4. 3 pics max of your bike please.
5. All genres of bike are welcome to enter and will be judged on their individual merit.
6. 10 entries per month. Entry will be closed as soon as all 10 spots are filled or on the the last day of the month, whichever comes first.
7. If you win, you can not submit your bike again for 1 full year. (Same bike)
8. Winners will be selected by an anonymous panel of judges to prevent this from becoming a "popularity contest".
Winners will be announced on the first of each month, and will have their bike featured on the main page. GOOD LUCK.
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|02-21-2014, 01:18 PM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2013
Experience: 1-3 months
04 Gsxr 600
01 XR50 mini tard
01 XR650R SM
01 KDX 200
SS break lines, EBC break pads, power commander 3, heal tech elimiter with gear position indicator, Brembo 20/18 master cylinder, and Q3 tires and a bunch more but I would have to ask the Craig.
Actually need to do that and write everything down probably since I'll just forget
If it flies, floats or you're better off renting.
|02-22-2014, 05:07 PM||#4|
Join Date: May 2012
What the hay, I've never participated
2004 Kawasaki ZX10R
Full Leo Vince exhaust with carbon can
BMC race filter
Secondary butterflies removed
EBC SBK clutch
Smog pump removed and block off plates installed
Braking SBK rotors front and rear
09 ZX6R Nissin front calipers
Core Moto SS brake lines front and rear
EBC HH pads front and rear
Front forks with Ohlins springs and Racetech internals
Ohlins rear shock
Ohlins steering dampener
Dunlop Q2's with 190/55 rear
520 conversion with Vortex sprockets with aluminum rear, -1 +2
Green RK chain
Vortex race gas cap
FP Racing shorty levers
Driven rear spools
R & G race exhaust hanger
ProBolt race spec engine bolts, and misc hardware throughout bike
Carbon fiber triple tree cover
Carbon fiber gauge cluster cover
Driven aluminum preload adjusters
09 ZX6R mirrors
Matte carbon fiber front fender and rear hugger
Tech spec snake skin tank grip
Black housing LED tail light and front turn signals
GI pro gear indicator
6K HID headlights
|02-22-2014, 07:24 PM||#6|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Experience: 10+ years
2012 Street Triple R
2016 GS Adventure
The things you own end up owning you.
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|02-28-2014, 03:08 PM||#11|
Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: Spring Branch
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|03-03-2014, 06:54 PM||#12|
Join Date: Aug 2013
Experience: 7 years
1980 Peugeot LVS-U3
2005 Suzuki SV650-S
1978 Vespa Ciao
1980 Motobecane Traveler
1980 Peugeot 103 LVS U3 aka La Smurf Mobile
I know I will get haters for this whether if it wins or not! I give to you my 1980 Peugeot 103 LVS U3. She runs a 50cc piston in o'right aftermarket crank, with wicked ported Polini cylinder on top of a 3 transfer port case that was ported out further to match the transfers on the cylinder. It has want is tiny most, 15.15 Dellorto SHA carb with a opened up 15mm intake that flows into some Tomos reed blocks. The clutch and variator are still currently stock but have been adjusted for higher top end, and the pipe is a G3 Ninja pipe that really hits when the powerband comes out to play! Rattle can paint job that will be properly painted soon, just wanted to get her running and going before I do a proper paint job.
Your eyes do not deceive you, as those are bicycle pedals! This is an actual MOPED, not a scooter that folks mistakenly call a moped. The pedals turn the back wheel just like a normal bicycle which is connected to the rear sproket that well moves the drive chain, that spins the pulley you see, that engages the clutch and so forth...well you all should know who a combustion engine works after that. I get everything from thumbs ups, to laughs, to WTF looks, and I do not mind one bit!