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    A Virago build that's about 93% right....




    Other than the done to death tank and doughnut out back I'd be pretty happy with this parked in front of the shop. As a daily rider I think it'd be a blast and with a little suspension work/upgrades it'd be a even more fun. I just picked up 920rh(chain drive) #2.75 and one might have to be setup like this. I like it!

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    That is really nice.

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    That is really nice.

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    Saw it on caferacer tv. Cool bike and cool builder. I like his clean, methodical work ethic.

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    Saw it on caferacer tv. Cool bike and cool builder. I like his clean, methodical work ethic.

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    Looks a lot better than a Sportster' cafe
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    Looks a lot better than a Sportster' cafe
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    There's some decent power to be had in the engine as well. Apparently 90hp and more is not unheard of with the basic bolt ons, port work and more compression. I do love a good v-twin...
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    There's some decent power to be had in the engine as well. Apparently 90hp and more is not unheard of with the basic bolt ons, port work and more compression. I do love a good v-twin...
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    Put a normal sized front tire on it, and it ain't bad.




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