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Hi Guys,

As some of you may know I was lucky enough to have my bike featured in Performance Bike magazine this month (July Edition) so I thought I would post some of the pics as they are pretty good. Ive updated the bike since my last posts with Braketech Rotors, Moriwaki Fins and a Beater tank.. I have since the pics were taken changed the breather arrangement to a TZ one way with a catch tank..
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Nice! That's not an OEM fuel tank is it?
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Nice! That's not an OEM fuel tank is it?
No mate Beater.
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I had never heard of them. Looks like a quality tank though and does not look like it has the raised fuel cap like the OEM tank.
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Such a clean build mjay definitely centerfold worthy!

Unlike some other over the top bikes seen on here with a ton of modern parts off other bikes & obviously modified to fit .. yours still looks classic & period correct!
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Such a clean build mjay definitely centerfold worthy!

Unlike some other over the top bikes seen on here with a ton of modern parts off other bikes & obviously modified to fit .. yours still looks classic & period correct!
Thanks mate, that was the idea, to try and keep it looking almost stock from a distance. I love what some folk are doing to theirs on here. I just am happy with the way the bike looks as is.

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Very clean bike, nicely done.
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lovely as always Jay. it's nice to see a very clean nicely sorted bike beautifully photographed.
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As beautiful as your bike is, it's nice to see your chickenstrips are appropriate to the bling.
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