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    Default BMW soX

    I saw this BMW at smokeout x in NC.


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    Cool - There is so much stuff going on its crazy, carbs, front end - CHAIN, WTF?
    We need more pics of this...

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    me to lets see the driveshaft/ chain mech.

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    I think this bike is from Tampa. If it isn't, I saw its clone the other night. This picture really doesn't convey how long and low this thing really is. It looks so wicked in person, totally mind blowing.

    If there is more info to be had on it, I'll find it.

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    im pretty sure it is featured in the new horse mag.

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    check out fnacustomcycles on myspace. they built it..lots of pics

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    itss alllrriiigghhhhttttt.....

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    We built this BMW to be something different with a leaf spring front end, chain drive conversion, jackshaft brake, weber downdrafts, 23" front.... We are located in Lakeland, Fl
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    that jack-shaft brake setup is nuts.

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    Wow, that BMW is really awesome! Way cool..

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    DAMN! Talk about doing something different! Looks SICK!

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    fuck yeah!! Polk County boys do it right!! nice to see more floridians lurkin about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyde View Post
    We built this BMW to be something different with a leaf spring front end, chain drive conversion, jackshaft brake, weber downdrafts, 23" front.... We are located in Lakeland, Fl
    Love the bike. You had me staring at that chain conversion for about an hour at SOE! lol

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    I thought I read that it is an ATV differential with a disk rotor on one side and drive sprocket on the other. Genius if you ask me and it really opens up a lot of options for shafty bikes.

    My favorite BMW for sure.

    I actually posted a pic of this bike in the BMW front end post a couple posts down.

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