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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by steve831, Jun 12, 2008.
2007 Harley Softail Custom
Yeah. It's a great looking bike. Mine is just above post number 587.
I like that exhaust. I bet it's loud as hell too.
What pipes are those? Are they loud? I have a set of stock pipes on my Heritage and want something a lot louder.
I have a couple of these 1989 KX250s. For some reason I love the hideous Kawasaki green. '89 was a good year for the KX after a decade of track testing with guys like Jeff Ward. Most dirt bikes get ridden hard and put away wet and I love when they are restored back to original like the one in the photo. Think I'm gonna do that with one of mine and display it in the living room. ;-)
FWIW the pic shows the European model with the upside-down fork. The US models had the standard teles.
It still needs a little more work, mostly electrical, but I took my Winter project for its first ride yesterday.
1972 Triumph Trident, 750cc triple. This was the first year for a 5-speed transmission, the last year for a drum front brake.
Thanks! The bike will probably make the purists cringe, since it isn't a totally stock restoration. Original paint scheme was purple & white two-tone (a little too authentically "seventies" for my taste), the carbs are newer replacements for the factory Amals, and there are other more subtle changes as well. But it was built as a rider not a garage queen, and I'm happy with how it came out.
No worries on originality. The bike in my avatar is a '63 BMW with a '73 engine. I built it to ride, not win shows.