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Post  StevieH on Mon Oct 03 2011, 21:26

Done a bit more to me Thundercat over the summer,but haven't used her as much as I would have liked too. :( old old Laughing








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Post  yamahamad on Tue Oct 04 2011, 09:21

That is a very clean bike, very nice mate.

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Post  Dai-San on Tue Oct 04 2011, 10:43

Nice, good job mate.
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Post  Rosco on Tue Oct 04 2011, 10:59

Ah...so that's what colour might should look like.

Very nice. Did you inherit, make or buy the plate on the fairing behind the front wheel?
My plastics are very chipped there. :(

Do you have a reminder for your disc lock or a very good memory?
I had a nice orange front mudguard like yours until I went to move it out of the way whilst parked on day and forgot :(
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Post  StevieH on Tue Oct 04 2011, 11:38

Thanks for your kind comments everyone.
yeh I know what you mean about the disk lock,I did that on my bandit and had to buy a new disc lachen Embarassed This ones got an alarm built in and the minute you touch the bike it go's off (Hopefully) great
The alloy bit on the bottom of the fairing was a piece of checker plate turned around. i just made a template and used the jig saw to cut it and then tidy'd it up,drilled it and then polished it.
it makes hell off a difference in hiding the stone chips Wink it was quite easy to bend into the sort of 3D shape that you need it to be as well and it is about 4mm thick. I used a corn flake box to cut the template out of to make sure it would all go on right.
Many Thanks Again
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