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Old 09-26-2012, 01:09 AM   #1
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Thought I may start a build since i'm expecting the parts to arrive soon.

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Low Rise MX Bars
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2pac White/Pearl White Paintwork
2Pac black rims
headlight setup undecided? Either dominator twin headlight or ebay streetfighter light. Would have liked a cb600f but hard to find.

Reason for single pillion is because we can't ride with a pillion on learners and No aftermarket exhaust cause we can't change that either.

So got a 2011 abs model with 276k which was ever so slightly damaged.









Then started to strip it






Most parts are still good will use on another bike or ebay






Also here is my other run about a beewee yw100 fun thing just need to remove centre stand scrapes everywhere.



Also here is bro-in-laws i also picked up at auctions, its just get fender elminator, tinted screen and black rims.


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Old 09-26-2012, 05:50 PM   #2
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Great! these bikes look awesome as street fighter types. Here's mine, maybe it'll help you decide what to do with yours. My plan is to get the carbon front fender and rear hugger from tyga and get a street fighter/cafe racer headlight installed over the winter.
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great! These bikes look awesome as street fighter types. Here's mine, maybe it'll help you decide what to do with yours. My plan is to get the carbon front fender and rear hugger from tyga and get a street fighter/cafe racer headlight installed over the winter.
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I'm excited to see where this thread goes!
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Great! these bikes look awesome as street fighter types. Here's mine, maybe it'll help you decide what to do with yours. My plan is to get the carbon front fender and rear hugger from tyga and get a street fighter/cafe racer headlight installed over the winter.

That is a very, very nice job on your bike. I truely like it. Good taste. First street fighter look I really like!
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Great! these bikes look awesome as street fighter types. Here's mine, maybe it'll help you decide what to do with yours. My plan is to get the carbon front fender and rear hugger from tyga and get a street fighter/cafe racer headlight installed over the winter.

Cheers seen this one around very nice.

Looks like you just trimmed the stock gauge and relocated it, is that right? Thats what I'm thinking of doing.

Also i was considering full carbon hugger/fenders but on a budget so maybe on the next one.
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Thanks! and Yes I believe it is just trimmed and relocated. I actually bought it how it is and I haven't really torn into it just yet. If you want more pictures of how they did the front end, with the gauges and such, just let me know.
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yeah that would be sweet if you can show how the head light is setup just post them up here.

Also what headlight you doing just a big single?
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Yeah, Just the classic big round one. Ideally I'd like to find a way to get a projector set up within a classic round light, so I can run an HID... but I'm not quite sure how I'd go about fabricating it...

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Also what headlight you doing just a big single?
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