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Post  Radar on Tue May 26 2015, 00:01



Spotted by a mate up in Scotland, not exactly sure where
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  weasley on Tue May 26 2015, 09:06

More like a cafe racer Cat... I sort of like it. Not keen on the swingarm but the rest looks like a decent job, and something different.
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  Catnapper on Tue May 26 2015, 10:13

Each to their own.
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  Rosco on Tue May 26 2015, 11:10

Holy Swingarms batman!
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  davenuk on Wed May 27 2015, 16:31

ooh yeh, didnt spot that swingarm at first.

looks pretty nice though, almost struggled to see it was a cat
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  Wooster on Wed May 27 2015, 19:04

I'd say Café Racer myself and agree with Weasley's other thoughts. It's pretty cool looking though. Cool

It's a bit of a promenade bike, not really something you could rag about the back roads with any confidence, but that isn't the point of it, I suppose. Smile
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  alleycat on Wed May 27 2015, 22:33

I'm quite impressed ... google yamaha thundercat streetfighter and you can see quite easily how it could have ended up Sick
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  robertcains on Wed May 27 2015, 23:20

Yeah like this beast local to me Shocked

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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  dudeofrude on Thu May 28 2015, 08:31

Jesus rob thats a looker.
I hate them 'streetfighter' headlights, no matter what they're on they don't look right. I personally think if your street fightering a bike then should stick to the classic 7 inch chrome headlight. Looks good on pretty much any naked bike.
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  FatCat on Thu May 28 2015, 15:42

Yep - forks rammed right up through the top yoke, ugly bolt on light and god awful bars.

Poor cat - fell out of the fugly tree and hit every branch on the way down....

Personally I'd nuke it from orbit - only way to be sure.
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Re: Thundercat Fighter

Post  Wooster on Thu May 28 2015, 16:24

Laughing


...and he's had the cheek to fit crash bungs on it. green smile
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