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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-19-2005, 09:10 AM Thread Starter
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Custom out 2K5 GSXR 1K

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Custom paint(by: Todd Fisher) Volusia County Customs
- War eagle dark smoke windscreen
- Mirror delete CSC custom block-offs
- Hidden flush LED turn signals front & rear
- Extreme graphics undertail tray
- CSC billet hand levers
- CSC billet hole style grips attached barends with red powder coated clip-ons
- Steel braided clutch, brake, throttle
- Colormatched dual race type radial mount Performance Machine calipers grabbing
- Galfer full float red powder coated wave rotors with polished buttons
- Chrome shortened forks topped off with CSC custom cap kit (color matched)
- Paint matched gauge cluster with blue l.e.d conversion kit
- Powdercoated upperfairing bracket
- Chrome billet frame sliders
- One-off billet clutch & stator covers with color matched hardware
- Chrome switch housings
- Polished steering stablelizer
- Lightech twist off gas cap (color matched)
- CSC chrome billet adjustable kickstand
- Race type adjustable Vortex rear sets with color matched hardware
- Polished rear mono shock with color matched coilover spring
- CSC chrome axle dressup kit
- Aftermarket fluid reservoirs and clear lines front&rear filled with purple dot5 with colormatched billet caps
- Chrome keyswitch cover
- Polished motor case
- Custom seat black (ostrich-shark)
- Wiring harness color detailed (red & chrome)
- Polished radiator tanks with color matched fan shroud
- CSC stainless steel oil cooler guard
- Stock titanium headers sporting trick polished titanium Racefit can
- American Metal Works double d wheels wrapped with avon 330/30vr17 rear 120/70zr17 front
- CSC single side swingarm 2"over stretch (low fat and tight)
- Integrated two piston rear caliper
- Dual gold d.i.d chains puts power to the pavement
- CSC chrome billet lowering links
- Custom chrome billet swingarm mounted tag bracket white LED light
- Red translusent powdercoated frame, swingarm, subframe, all hardware is color matched and or chromed














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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-19-2005, 05:06 PM
 
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i love the single-sided swingarm! the shorty exhaust looks kinda dumb to me. the paint is a little wilder than i like, but i guess it wouldn't be custom if it were like everything else out there. not too bad looking for a suckzuki.
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Defiantly to wild for my taste but very cool.

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can u send that ride to my house, Please.........

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that is a cool bike..... i would be afriad to lay it down i would start to cry if i did
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Bull... a bike like that isn't something you ride as a everyday thing, if at all!

Itgirl...is this one of the bikes pushing you towards a new mod on your Kaw? If so do like him...SSS and a fat tire kit!




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Itgirl...is this one of the bikes pushing you towards a new mod on your Kaw? If so do like him...SSS and a fat tire kit!
To much! To much!

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i really like the paint minus the flames, but theyre not bad. The rear is too much, visually disrupting being so out of porportion.
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i really like the paint minus the flames, but theyre not bad. The rear is too much, visually disrupting being so out of porportion.
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Isnt this the kind of bike that made you say yesterday that you didn't like 2 wheel tuner?


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I hate that show!

I hate seeing all those chromed out trailer queen busa's. It just gets old!

err yeah, Two wheel tuesday, not 2 wheel tuner


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Yep... I can only stand those every once and a while. But I won't go out of my way to watch a show about nothing but them... no thank you.




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I don't think I could handle owning it... I spend too much time riding, not enough time cleaning

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Looks like the kinda bike that should be in 2nd rate mag with STD infested tramp laying on it.....
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Looks like the kinda bike that should be in 2nd rate mag with STD infested tramp laying on it.....







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Yep... I can only stand those every once and a while. But I won't go out of my way to watch a show about nothing but them... no thank you.
to many of the same thing. You have to know and understand the details to understand the work that goes into these bikes.
I applaud any one that puts the time, money and love into these projects.

I still prefer to ride'em than look at'em.

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Question: I always thought the term 'tuning' meant things like engine work, electronics, stuff like that....? 'Tuning' the engine to make it faster, etc etc.... but nowadays a 'tuner' slaps on neon lights, ground effects, fuzzy dice, whatever.. Same with bikes. A 'Tuner' is really just someone with some cash to chrome parts and some elbow grease to polish the rest. But according to the latest issue of a popular m/c 'tuner' magazine, thats what a tuner is, someone who makes eye candy, thats about it... I forget the exact wording, I was reading it last night, but I'll look it up again...

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Good point Pickle!




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That's the truth Pickle.
I still prefer to ride'em vs. looking at'em.
Even my cars look basically stock but, they seldom are. I think that's referred to as a Sleeper. I've left some sweet looking rides in the dust more than once with my rides, Bikes and cars. Most the serious guys around here do it that way. It draws allot less looks form the Popo. Let the kids with the decals, flashy wheels and tin can muffler take that heat while I drive by un noticed.

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Yeah I had a super sleeper once... a Lincoln Mark VIII.... about 325 horse.... you wouldn't believe how pissed some guys would get when you dusted their Mustang GT or Camero with a Lincoln... too funny!!!




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Yeah I had a super sleeper once... a Lincoln Mark VIII.... about 325 horse.... you wouldn't believe how pissed some guys would get when you dusted their Mustang GT or Camero with a Lincoln... too funny!!!

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