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    Quote Originally Posted by justin666 View Post
    those bmx levers have enough leverage? or is it super hard to pull in?
    Clutch is fairly easy, it's a tiny bit harder to pull in but no major change. I need to get a longer adjuster piece.

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    nice, and youve even got the shorty odyssey lever. you know they make a left side (front brake) lever? just sayin.. ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin666 View Post
    nice, and youve even got the shorty odyssey lever. you know they make a left side (front brake) lever? just sayin.. ha
    Got a discount on them from the local shop, didn't work in the end but oh well.

    Pretty much finished, just need to make a new carb setup and weld up the oil tank.

    Took some pictures:

    Current bike, and past.








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    hey man, thats a sick lookin bike. what kind of carb set up do you have?

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    gotta like the thumpers. and their frontends arte so simple and clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinphan View Post
    Got a discount on them from the local shop, didn't work in the end but oh well.

    Pretty much finished, just need to make a new carb setup and weld up the oil tank.
    Awesome ride, I love the frame. I'd have to run a rear fender and am I overlooking a taillight? Hope the new carb setup has something slimmer for the intake but as the rest of the like make its look a little chunky from the rear.

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    that thing is amazing. looks fuckin' fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by forty4ma9 View Post
    Awesome ride, I love the frame. I'd have to run a rear fender and am I overlooking a taillight? Hope the new carb setup has something slimmer for the intake but as the rest of the like make its look a little chunky from the rear.
    New intake is a tiny bit slimmer, tried to tuck it into the frame more. Running a vertical side mount now with a cheapo trailer light.





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    Those bars are bad ass

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    Bad ass man. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinphan View Post
    Awesome, I keep watching for a cheap ls650 to come around but all the craigslist folks around me seem to want almost new price.

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    Nice Build, what did you use for the oil tank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuttin View Post
    Nice Build, what did you use for the oil tank?
    I used the oil tank to house electronics, Lowbrow DIY tank. Engine has an oil pan.

    Quote Originally Posted by forty4ma9 View Post
    Awesome, I keep watching for a cheap ls650 to come around but all the craigslist folks around me seem to want almost new price.
    Yeah their crazy, I picked up this one with 1k miles off my older sister for $3,500 before I new bikes could be had for so cheap

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    Killer build man. I am inspired to finish my LS650 project. Thanks!
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    Cool looking scoot.... nice to see something a little different

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    Great bike...like the way that rear tire looks

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