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10 August 2009
CBR900 engine & frame, single sided swingarm rear car alloy wheel & a 210 tyre, gsxr1000 frontend, ducati 999 projector lamps, carbon fibre handlebars, loads of powder coated parts, modified seat & tank etc.It took me about a year to build it.
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Hi all, this pic doesn't do my bike justice, please see my gallery for some much better pics!
Just click on the link below:-
This is my first go at building a streetfighter. I bought the bike in totally bog standard spec & had problems ridding it due to all my aches & pains so at first I thought I'll put some higher bars on it to make it more comfortable & then I got carried away! lol
I've been suffering with ME/CFS for nearly 5 years & building this bike tested me every step of the way. Its been a real case of do a bit... rest a bit & when I did to much rest for days on end.... This build was a real case of blood.. sweat... & tears! But it was worth it ;)
Its going to be on the streetfighters stand at the end of august at westpoint (exeter) & will also be in there mag soon.
Apart from the powder coating & the anodised forks I did everything myself! I even hand made the chain guard & the brackets for the front chainguard etc.
I used a few different parts to get around some problems that I had such as using heavy duty downhill mountian bike handle bar clamps to make sure the carbon fibre handlebars cleared the tank & the 'The Punisher' heal guards are belt buckels I converted! lol
19 August 2009 10:48
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