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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-19-2002, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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Arrow Show us your Motard.

I'll kick it off!
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Try it...........You'll like it!

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Exclamation Oops!

Should of said SuperMotard!

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Watch out, I've heard that those Honda 50s are pretty quick
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Here's one of mine.
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Looks real good Ron! Did you polish the Kicker? It looks so shiny!




So, is that it everybody????

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post #8 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-30-2002, 02:04 PM
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naw

The bike is completely stock. The only changes (besides the oil) are:
1. New number plate. Finally got the real 'berg one (blue)
2. Safety wire on the rear plastic. I let my friend ride it at a local short track event (we shared the bike that day) he tucked the front and the rider behind him hit the bike . So for now the plastic is sewn together.


You can see a pic of how I was going to setup my mini motard bike at:

<a href="http://www.omzigproductions.com/supertt/xrandwheels_phase1.JPG"> My XR </a>

I opted not to finish this project due to the complexities in welding on the forks and having to modify the hubs too much. But, I did order a new set of 17" spoked wheels with stock hubs for it.

Also, I have another set of the same wheels that I am putting on my wifes' TTR. I've even got a spare swingarm so I can put a real brake on the back.

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My buddy Darrin's 400 (FS400e as well) has made it into the country and is somewhere between the importer and the dealer. He should have it in the next week or so. The only ways you will be able to tell the diff between the bikes:

1. He'll be #90, I'm #99
2. He'll will be behind me in any pictures we take.

Hear that Darrin, that there is some good ole fashioned smack talk!

On my home www server, there are some pics of Darrin and I at the bremerton track. It's the only place you can open a tt bike all the way up. Plus the dirt section is good too. Track is about 1.25 miles long.


www.omzigproductions.com/supertt

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Ron, I noticed the pic of the Honda with the Moriwaki wheels. Can you use those for Super TT racing? Can cast wheels take the stress of jumping?
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