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The Final Product

Postby MalcolmBliss » Sun Apr 11, 2010 4:34 pm

Hi guys. The work is done and ready to install on my CX650C. My good friend in Kansas City, Troy delivered these parts to me last weekend and I am very impressed. In case you did not know, I decided to make this bike a "rolling memorial" to my recently passed on grandfather. He raced in the Blackhawk farms circuit in Illinois. He drove a Lola car with a Cosworth in it. His racecar number was 27. I decided to have that ghosted into the sidepanels and the rear cowl along with his name as it was written on the car. The car was Caterpillar yellow and the accents are done as such. Troy did one hell of a job and if any people in the U.S. want custom work done at reasonable prices, you need to visit his website at http://www.wolftrikeskc.com

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Re: The Final Product

Postby Gman » Sun Apr 11, 2010 6:44 pm

Nice work.Post a picture when it's all together :)
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Re: The Final Product

Postby MalcolmBliss » Sun May 02, 2010 2:14 pm

Here it is!
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Many thanks to Troy at Wolf Trikes for all his work.
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Re: The Final Product

Postby Gman » Sun May 02, 2010 2:20 pm

Sweet ride you have now :D

Harley owners can suck your mufflers<BFG> :evil:
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Re: The Final Product

Postby MalcolmBliss » Sun May 02, 2010 3:47 pm

Thanks Shep. It runs a bit rough due to the fact the carburetors had ingested rust, but I have another set being overhauled so it should purr like a kitten when they're done. I think that right now, it runs better than my old XJ750 :lol:
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