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Post  stretchie_ on Fri Jul 20 2012, 11:29

Sup DAWG's

As per the title, me and my mate Steve picked this up last Saturday.

Let's have a little game of guess the bike, who's first with a guess?

Answer's on a postcard, I will let you know in due course Laughing







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Post  MrNutt on Fri Jul 20 2012, 11:41

Suzuki trellis frame by the looks of it and a v twin, I reckon a street fightered sv650 or maybe the tl1000 engine in the trellis frame?
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Post  stretchie_ on Fri Jul 20 2012, 12:48

Interesting... But not giving anything away JUST yet
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Post  0ldcat on Fri Jul 20 2012, 12:58

I think MrNutt saw your post where you described what bike it is Rolling Eyes whistle
I too remember the sv650 frame with a TL1000 engine . . . there was sommat about the swing arm and forks too scratch
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Post  MrNutt on Fri Jul 20 2012, 13:16

I dont remember any posts about what bike it was before, honest guv! my guess was based on my slim line of knowledge of bikes, though have noted the yammy brakes, maybe r1's?
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Post  stretchie_ on Fri Jul 20 2012, 14:05

@0ldcat wrote:I think MrNutt saw your post where you described what bike it is

Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed , what a tit.

I forgot all about that post

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Post  MrNutt on Fri Jul 20 2012, 14:23

I didne see that post
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Post  stretchie_ on Fri Jul 20 2012, 14:39

Well then, it's an SV650 frame and sub frame (subframe modified so the seat is at more of an angle), TL1000 engine (with free engine management issues), HID lights, R1 front end and swing arm.

Also has an override button for the fan so you can turn it on manually (was built as a stuntbike so not always alot of airflow through the radiator as it spend alot of time upright), seperate air filters for each cylinders, the air box sensor is mounted outside to make the engine think it's cooler than it is, converted to a hydraulic clutch, quick shifter, power commander 2, twin Leo Vince exhausts and a subsonic antipollywobble system.

I'm wondering if there will be a cheeky stage three jet kit in there, I mean, they went to the all the trouble above, it would seem fitting that that was done, and possibly a modified sump due to the oil pick up requirements if a bike spends alot of time upright
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Post  stretchie_ on Fri Jul 20 2012, 15:07

It was in a magazine 'Streetfighter' I think a while back, found some pics someone took of the mag in the interweb but you can't read the text.

Sorry guys, but with this being a family show I have taken a bit of artistic licence with the pics















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Post  0ldcat on Fri Jul 20 2012, 17:20

No good trying to blather yer way out of it now green smile Caught red handed ! . . . So eye'z a nominating youz for a numpty point rofl
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Post  stretchie_ on Fri Jul 20 2012, 21:16

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