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    really nice ! do you have a pic were we can see the rake ?

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    This work? The neck is set at 45 degrees.


    I can't get a side pic of the entire bike inside the garage it's too long so if that's what you want it will have to wait until I get the bars on and I can push it outside.

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    looking sweet buddy! i just finish fabbing a gs750 for my buddy and someone actually gave me one this week so i'll be making one for myself as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorlou View Post
    looking sweet buddy! i just finish fabbing a gs750 for my buddy and someone actually gave me one this week so i'll be making one for myself as well!
    Thanks i'm really stoked with how its turned out.

    As you know if you've done one just cut out the nasty triple backbone. It opens up tank options and the bike looks a lot better at the end of the day. It's a lot of work but it's worth it. I tried to keep the triple backbone the first time on this bike and used a huge GS450 tank. It looked good but was nothing like the mustang tank that's on it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenmachine View Post
    This work? .
    great thanks

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    Thanks for the compliments on the paint. Got some work done today
    Last edited by Greenmachine; 07-13-2013 at 10:49 PM.

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    Finished up the bars today and got the exhaust painted and mounted.
    pre cutting to length pic


    Painted up pre controls


    Cut to length with controls on


    Exhaust on

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    Finished everything up this weekend. Built a new wiring harness and am running a dyna electronic ignition, new dyna 3 ohm coils, post tonics regulator/rectifier, and new dyna plug wire. Starts up and runs good. Waiting on a chain and a new banjo bolt brake switch for the rear. Here's some crappy pics from the driveway.


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    Also built a break light license plate mount today out of 3/16 plate. I meant to take pics throughout but I forgot so once it is mounted after the paint is dry I'll post pics.

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    looks killer !

    love the stance, although I'm not sure this will handle well...

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    Nice and light.

    Next step, a GS1100 engine.

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    I would say next step is ride the shit out of it, looks great.good job.

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    Looks good. What rear wheel did you end up running?

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    +1 on wanting to know rear wheel choice.

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    nice!

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    Holy cow! That thing turned out amazing!!! I love that springer. The next bike will get one for sure I think.

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