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Vintage XS 650
What can you say about a machine that weighs less than 400 lbs and has a measly 50 horsepower?A fuckin blast to ride is what I say!Sounds nice,runs well(starts first kick every time)and puts a smile o... more
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My Izh Jupiter 5 "Invader"
I bought a bike a couple of months ago ... and the weekend was doomed to spend in the garage ... I looked at Assault Royal Enfild))... more
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Motorcycle Assembly
The engine was disassembled by the company long back in Neukirchen and after cleaning by motors Israel re-assembled and re-mounted. The motor housing, gear housing, air filter box and the Anlasserdeck... more
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Separate parts
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The processing of frames
Everything has been expanded and removed from the frame.... more
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Seat, and number plate recording
First adjustment of the rear part with the number plate holder Foundation and recording for the GRP-hump. Aluminum sheet of 4 mm.... more
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The rear frame
The original rear frame, and the defective shock absorber was removed. In England, I have ordered for my conversion of a very delicate rear frame and a matching bump (made of GRP) and adjusted. The s... more
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Headlight, Speedometer, Handlebars
The decision for the speedometer, headlight and headlight mounting bracket is made quickly. The very strong cranked Handlebar-but is not used (an attempt!). There is a shallow but wide LSL has been... more
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We are victims!
Hello friends! I hasten to share the joyful news - the investigation about the accident finally is beginning to happen! 2 weeks ago it was admitted, that I and my Kawasaki became victims in the accide... more
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Big-big troubles....
Preparation for the trip was well under way. 7 days before departure on Friday, 8 July. I went to wash the motorcycle before I started to pack it for a long-range trip, change filter oil, cables, rubb... more
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Other adventures of my Kawasaki in 2017
On my birthday I bought a Suzuki RM125. And as you understand, I did not close the season and managed to experience the joys of winter enduro. Then a long cold winter ... But when spring came, I... more
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Evaluating Old Honda Twins - Six Easy Steps
I am reposting this gem of information for HondaTwins.net. Original post has been removed. It was an invaluable piece of information for me as a beginner, so it is my hope that other beginners will fi... more
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How to paint/restore motorcycle or bike spokes
This is how I painted my old, used motorcycle wheel spokes. The same process should work for bicycle spokes as well. The bike is a 1974 Honda CL200. The spokes are cadmium plated steel (I think).... more
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Motorcycle Wheel Restoration
The old rims on my 1974 Honda CL200 had seen better days. They were dented, out of true, scratched, a little rusty, and no longer safe. I tried pounding out the dents with a mallet and then with a blo... more
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1974 Honda CB200 CL200 Engine Rebuild Tutorial
...I began hearing some SCARY sounds from the engine. At times it was a ticking from the head, other times a clanking from the crank area. So the engine must come out and be inspected. Camshaft look... more
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Rare Honda CL200 transformation to tracker/scrambler/bratstyle
What started out as a mild, stock-ish restoration of a hard-to-find 1974 Honda CL200, the project began to steer in the direction of darkness when I decided to add some bratstyle/tracker styling cues.... more
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Teaching my son to ride on the sand.
One day I decided to get my son to drive on the dunes, there was also a quarry! It was fun, I tired of running after my son, but progress on the face. Equipment is really a good thing! As my son said... more
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Reconstruction 78 GS1000 (#4)
Cleaned up and partially restored my gauges....numbers are still a bit sunbaked.... With most of the wiring taken care of, it was time to get to the brakes. I had rebuilt the rear 600 bandit calip... more
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Reconstruction 78 GS1000 (#3)
The day finally came... Engine going back where it belongs.....I'm finally making some progress here on this I put the engine in the same way I pulled it out.....But I did ask a friend to stop by to... more
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Reconstruction 78 GS1000 (#2)
Realizing the tank I had was just too far gone for a ratrod look, I started the search for another 78 tank.... Soon I realized there were non to be found.... :( On one occasion I had found a complet... more
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Reconstruction 78 GS1000
This is where the story started.... A Craigslist ad for a 78 GS1000 that had not been started since 1990....$400 I thought it would be a good parts bike for 78 GS1000 I already had. The bike looked... more
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