A project thus far

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  1. Scumbag

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    Enjoy...I have...

    still not done

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    the stock exhaust is on for now as I wait to weld up the 4to1 with a baffle

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    spolic and yard sale like this.
  2. Motorcycle man

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    Very nice, I was wondering when I looked at the first pic, but the further I got the better it looked!
     
  3. SparkyZ

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    Nice job, and thanks for letting us see the whole progression of work. Really gives a good idea of how much work you put into it.
     
  4. Wingman

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    Very nice.......:mfclap::mfclap:
     
  5. cordodor

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    yeah, i didn't realize that was a before pic until i started scrollin.


    Looks like it's been quite the project. It's come a long ways. Looks pimp. Well done.
     
  6. Scumbag

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    still far from done but all the major stuff is done...this is my third KZ650 and simply put I love em 8)
     
  7. cordodor

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    pics of the previous 2? were they projects as well?
     
  8. Scumbag

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    one was a turn around and sell...the other was a project when I was 18

    my first one, a '78...the only pics I have off hand...I am not on my own computer

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  9. Genesis

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    Where do I begin??

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    very cool
     
  10. traction

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    nice, I love cafe' style builds
     
  11. Loki

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    Great work, and nice progression in the pics. When I get into a project I always forget to take pics along the way. It makes for a much better story to see all the pics lined up like you have 'em.
     
  12. slacktide

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    Well, shee-it. I'm also working on a KZ cafe! Mine's a KZ400 though, got to have the twin. I'll have to take some pics later on. Any plans for gauges? Mine look kind of dumb, sticking above the cubman bars. I'm currently stuck on fabricating some rearset mounts, and seat pan.

    Have a look at this brit's cafe on KZ400.com... it's a long thread, but the last two pages have the finished product.

    http://www.armbell.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3264&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0&mforum=kz400
     
  13. Scumbag

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    I am going with an acewell unit

    http://www.acewell-meter.com/c0_1.php?pid=7

    very tasteful digi piece




    sooo about your 400...where did you drum up that tank? haha...
     
  14. ZXtasy

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    Oh man, your giving me so many ideas...must...go find...old KZ.

    Very nice!
     
  15. slacktide

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    Nice... Nono, that's not my KZ on the forum, it's some dude in the UK... and yeah, I think it's a bit big for the frame too. I've been on the lookout for an old Suzuki GS450 tank like this: http://www.650motorcycles.com/GilesBelaud8.jpg But no luck so far.
     
  16. Baldy

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    very nice I'm toying with doing that to the tank on my cb650 if I decide to getting going
     
  17. Kresto

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    WOW, very nice:mfclap: One hell of a project. Great job!
     
  18. Scumbag

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    workin on a new seat

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  19. Scumbag

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    well its in but it isn't attached fully...need to go to my buddy's house who has a welder so I can make a bracket and make a new mount for the battery

    but all in all I am gettin hyped!

    things still to do other then deal with the seat -

    + weld up baffle for the exhaust
    + tail light
    + chop a front fender
    + Acewell tach/speedo

    The Pictures

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  20. Shark*Daytona

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