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    Senior Member Swagger's Avatar
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    I*MUST*HAVE*ONE!!!!!!! (warning: large pic)


    http://www.engmore.com/

    I think I just had a moment.......

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    some of these v-twin guys make me gag with their "real motor" bullshit.

    Pretty bike - I'd still rather have a confederate wraith.





    Edited by - Geeto67 on Sep 25 2006 2:41:31 PM

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    Oh my god that Wakan is fucking sick! I want one!


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    I'm not a fan of STOCK Hardleys but the Wakan is a 1640cc brute. There's a cat here in town that's build a 2003cc 235hp/260lb beast......I could deal.....yeah, I'm pretty sure.

    It looks like the Wakan and the Cofed. are both running the same wheels too. I like the Wraith just because it's so 'out there' without being a chopper, but the Wakan....damn man...that's just too slick and finished.
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    Is this bike available and how much?


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    Yes, you can contact them via the link below the pic. I don't know what they want for one...

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    confederates are usually in the $40-$50K range. There is another V-Twin based bike similar to the Wakan built in the states whose name begins with a P. It is also $40-$50K. Seems that anything V-twin based is going for around those figures.

    The wheels are marchenisi (sp) and are about as high end as you can get for a set of alloy wheels. they come stock on some ducati models also.


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    Sorry if its a repost, but have any of you guys seen this little fella?
    http://www.neander-motors.com/

    Definately not your average new bike........

    Goes like the proverbial violated primate....

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    quote:
    Sorry if its a repost, but have any of you guys seen this little fella?
    http://www.neander-motors.com/

    Definately not your average new bike........

    Goes like the proverbial violated primate....
    I love the fact that the tote themselves as the first turbo diesel motorcycle when they are the fourth I have heard about this year. I also love that they claim to to be in production but have nothing but CGI pics in their gallery.

    Royal enfield used to make a bullet diesel but they are long out of production. Like a regular enfield, they couldn't get out of their own way either.

    I like this - it is a kx chassis with a diesel stuffed in it for military use:

    http://www.peace65.freeserve.co.uk/P.../MDIESHDT3.pdf

    http://www.f1engineering.com/diesel%20bike%20specs.html


    and there is always the thunderstar, which they have been testing for a while now. Diesel sport bike - I can't wait:

    http://www.startwin.com/pagina/bikes...understar.htm#





    oh yeah and this is cool too:

    http://www.dieselmotorcycle.co.uk/



    Edited by - Geeto67 on Oct 06 2006 07:15:04 AM

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