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    Kawasaki GPZ 550 Project Bike yep. I would do nothing but fix the issue, service, and ride the living crap out of it.
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    Buell X1
    Honda S90 (box of parts)
    Honda CB750C (runs)
    The Others (mostly rolling wounded)

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    Quote Originally Posted by raven View Post
    Kawasaki GPZ 550 Project Bike yep. I would do nothing but fix the issue, service, and ride the living crap out of it.
    yep they were #1 at one time

    here is a sweet bad ass
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    "Scary fast". probably from those dangerous looking lower shock mounts, stock forks and no suspension improvements. My CB750C is scary fast with worn out rear shocks, a toasted chain, and swingarm bushings which could be optimistically described as vague.

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    but atleast that 750 has a padded seat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raven View Post
    "Scary fast". probably from those dangerous looking lower shock mounts, stock forks and no suspension improvements. My CB750C is scary fast with worn out rear shocks, a toasted chain, and swingarm bushings which could be optimistically described as vague.

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    but atleast that 750 has a padded seat.
    but it looks like a 3 peckered billygoat

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    put some rearsets on it for the love of god. those clubmans look like shit. all that gold
    I like my shocks like I like my women. Cheap and Chinese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raven View Post
    Kawasaki GPZ 550 Project Bike yep. I would do nothing but fix the issue, service, and ride the living crap out of it.
    no title thou. no spark (battery/fuse) for 650 looks good.
    I like my shocks like I like my women. Cheap and Chinese.

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    Norton Commando | eBay
    Not a true production racer but a nice replica
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    Quote Originally Posted by TCed View Post
    Norton Commando | eBay
    Not a true production racer but a nice replica
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    He compares the short stroke motor to a long rod motor. Stroke and rod length are not the same. Guy is talking technical stuff he doesn't know about.

    The GPZ550 is right around the corner, I may go look at it tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirkchecken View Post
    no title thou. no spark (battery/fuse) for 650 looks good.
    Or shot ignitor. Still should only be $100 or so 2nd hand.

    Is that true what he's saying about bikes older than '85 not needing a title?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillsy View Post
    Is that true what he's saying about bikes older than '85 not needing a title?
    no. don't know what the laws are in GA. but for a 1985 in NJ you need one
    I like my shocks like I like my women. Cheap and Chinese.

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