RatsMC wrote:As the title states, every bike forum needs a place to share what you ride. I think for bikers it is a way of putting a face to a name.
Anyway, here is my baby. With the exception of a few parts I put the whole thing together myself.
A cookie to anyone who can tell what the original bike was.
Hopefully, that image works.
Gustav O wrote:HAWAIIAN MAN wrote:
I think two drips of pee just came out,...that is freakin beautiful!
Thanks! I love it as well, she has a new set of clothes since last year though.
HAWAIIAN MAN wrote:Ewwww, I liked the black better until I saw the paint on the white bodywork. Dude I've always wanted a two stroke and one day I will own one just scared of all the tinkering required,...is there that much jetting and tuning if your just doing trackdays every couple of months? Just scared to let it sit to much.
HAWAIIAN MAN wrote:That was my concern finding a happy medium with jetting where its still fast but also reliable. I think it would be tempting if your chasing tenths to go a little lean, leaner,...leaner,...and then... KA-BOOM. I'll pick one up in the next few years you just never know what your going to get though. When the time comes I'll be looking for good documentation and setup. Thanks!
Gustav O wrote:HAWAIIAN MAN wrote:I would say that if you are moderate with squish, not go crazy on ignition and then jet it moderately you can have ablast and a reliable bike. Do get one - they are great pieces of bikes.
HEISMAN wrote:In the middle of rebuilding her. Have Carbon Fiber parts from TYGA on the way to the states as we speak. Should be on the Road by late September. Unfortunately I won't be bringing her to Laguna this year.
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