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Is it done?? Did I miss the photo shoot?
Interested in that blue treatment. :orange

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action1 There’s more pics of his cool blue paint job in another thread. I dig that pastel baby blue action1
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230Rocket wrote:action1 There’s more pics of his cool blue paint job in another thread....
DOH !!! duh, I even made a post on it. Thanks

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you should take those long single pipes and split them into twins, that would be cool!

Like the "super low boy drags" here: http://www.cyclexchange.net/Custom%20Ex ... 20Page.htm
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wannabridin wrote: Fri Jul 24, 2020 4:03 pm you should take those long single pipes and split them into twins, that would be cool!

Like the "super low boy drags" here: http://www.cyclexchange.net/Custom%20Ex ... 20Page.htm
I've ended up with some different pipes mate tumb2
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That motorcycle turned out beautifully!
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What kind of pipes are those? - They look very clean!
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desertrefugee wrote: Wed Sep 16, 2020 10:16 pm That motorcycle turned out beautifully!
Thanks mate I'm still not finished with her yet. At the moment I'm trying to relocate the front brake reservoir from the handlebars to under the glovebox.
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fitscott wrote: Thu Sep 17, 2020 7:44 am What kind of pipes are those? - They look very clean!
I bought them of a company called Modern Motorcycle Company, I bought a lot of parts for this bike from them, great company.
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