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Old February 25th @ 07:35 pm   #1
Mr Pheer's Avatar
From: Tatooine

Motorcycle: a jet

What is it?

94 cbr f2 frame, 98 900rr motor, 05 gsxr750 front end, N.W.S single sided swingarm, red carbon kevlar bodywork, ducati 996 tail, one-off r6 style f2 upper, one-off aluminium subframe, 1-off exhaust with Micron cans, marchesini wheels, ohlins shock, brembo rotors, ISR radial master and clutch perch, motogadget digital dash, stm mirrors, did 525, vortex, translogic quickshifter, pro- tek rearsets and gas cap, intergrated led tail/turn, Momo grips, Goodridge kevlar lines, all titanium and alloy fastners

Old February 25th @ 09:05 pm   #2
bigdaddy1800's Avatar
From: east side vegas

Motorcycle: HONDA VTX 1800
very nice.
Old February 26th @ 01:41 pm   #3
R3K's Avatar
From: Hendo

Motorcycle: GSX-R 1000 & RC51
Looks great, but I wonder how it handles?
Old February 26th @ 03:46 pm   #4
vegaseric's Avatar
From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
This is an interesting combination of parts. Those tires look like about an eight year-old design, though. That bodywork probably costs more than a lot of bikes.
Old February 26th @ 03:53 pm   #5
Mr Pheer's Avatar
From: Tatooine

Motorcycle: a jet
it kinda gives me ideas... I have a '99 Interceptor in the garage... its paid for and pretty much disassembled... and I have another bike to ride, so I can just play with this one, do whatever I want since i'm in no hurry to get it on the road.


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