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6c2930289c im from the philippines and im in love with cafe racer since high school, but i dont have the budget yet to build my own. Stunts included! By CafeRacersUnited Short movie aboutThibaut Nogues and his. Congrats for the success of #gentlemensride2016 marklaccay zealrocski72 2 days ago by caferacerph Jay acquired the Beemer R 65 and decided to keep it customized with the concept of giving it a different look. Step 3: Planning Make sure to plan out your idea before doing anything. How dare you strip something thats already almost perfect for sportbike fans, especially something thats identical to the Honda CBR1000RR, the MotoGP world motorbike champion? Well, how about making a good one better? I dont mind, Im happy with the result. Is there a cheaper way to do this rather than purchasing the fork drop kit? I have seen people on YouTube cut their fork springs but I am not too sure if that is a safe option. Harnesses are pretty easy to put back). They can set you back a few more bucks than that you are comfortable with. Long Live the Kings By CafeRacersUnited Short documentary shot on super 16mm.
Sign UpLog InMessengerFacebook LiteMobileFind FriendsBadgesPeoplePagesPlacesGames. However, the work was pretty well done and for what it is I don't think you can do much better with our bikes. Step 9: Reassembly Reassembling everything before doing the seat is a big help. Uh oh! Something went wrong. You will also need to remove everything if you want a painted frame (TACKY! Unless you have a Ducati or Bimota with a red frame, then its legitimate). .. Besides bits and pieces each bike needs individually to make sure it is mechanically ok, the things all bikes will probably require include; Brake lines (steel braided is preferable) New oil (coolant if its liquid cooled) Tires (if they are more then 6 years old, or close to it, or if they look worn out or bad, replace them) Brake lines and a brake flush is a good idea for any bike, brake lines are only good for so long and 30 year old rubber lines are no good. As well, you can then mess about with mounting as the seat may need to come off occasionally, its nice if its not too hard to take off. DONT DO IT! It may be tempting to take it for a test drive, but dont.