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This is a discussion on White Trash Fabrication's Post Apocalypic 250 Ninja Street Fighter within the Project Builds forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; Originally Posted by knappyfeet I think a madmax bike with a little rockabilly sounds fun. We can tolerate it. We've had bosozoku builds, choppers, I'm ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by knappyfeet View Post
    I think a madmax bike with a little rockabilly sounds fun.

    We can tolerate it. We've had bosozoku builds, choppers, I'm going to do a Prince replica one day........a rockabilly madmax would be a nice change of pace from the run of the mill cafe stuff.

    Dohc is correct tho......a solid...welded swing arm is solid advice.
    I over build everything. I'm certified in stick, mig, and tig all positions and aluminum all positions. Also I been a welder/fabricator for over a decade the one thing I learned is there is no such thing as overkill it always just enough kill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckypabst View Post
    What's the sidevalve v-twin in the Matchless frame, in the background of the first few photos?

    chris
    It is 1942 Indian Scout 741. It was built in 1972 by the Vice President of the Jolly Rogers M/C out of Seattle WA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenessex View Post
    Hi Julian,
    Welcome to Caferacer.net. You have pretty nice bike to start from, in fact, I believe it could be the next CB350 as far as making modifications and performance improvements. My only question is in what way have you done anything which has improved the performance or function of the Ninja 250?


    Have a great day and good luck on your project.
    No I haven't done any performance upgrades. It is a strictly a cosmetic build, but I'll have to do some suspension adjustments because of extending the swingarm.

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    You should make a scale tank like your fender - that would be awesome. The Mojave tank ain't gonna suit it at all.

    And yeah - just build shit, fuck the haters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DohcBikes View Post
    Im too tired but tomorrow im gonna go off on this bullshit so wake up early everybody
    Yeah, can't wait for you to go off again...

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    Make a "scale" fuel tank to match your fender. That Mojave tank doesn't suit it all.

    Easiest way would be to tack plates over your existing EX tank, but you're a welder so you call the shots.
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    Yay another art project.

    No need to use a jig on the swingarm to ensure the spindles stay parallel.

    When it comes to painting I find the best technique is to put about a liter in, bring my knees up to my chest, spread my cheeks as wide as I can get them and then release the flow.

    You could try coughing during the delivery for some nice "spatter" effects.

    Welcome to the site. You obviously have thick skin or are some sort of wierd sado masochist.

    I'm off to chop up a nissan micra, put loads of spikes and dust on it and then post it up on the nascar owners forum....

    carry on!

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    Pwalo, I'm impressed if you can fit a litre of paint in your asshole! Wow! Talent, baby, that's what you've got...
    It ain't easy bein' fat and greasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pwalo View Post

    I'm off to chop up a nissan micra, put loads of spikes and dust on it and then post it up on the nascar owners forum....

    carry on!
    Good thing you didn't choose a Beetle cause it's been done....


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    Quote Originally Posted by thechief86 View Post
    Pwalo, I'm impressed if you can fit a litre of paint in your asshole! Wow! Talent, baby, that's what you've got...
    Eugh! that's disgusting.... I'm not putting stuff up my ass!!!

    I just drink about a liter of blue paint and 3/4 of a bottle of turbolax and wait for the magic to happen!!

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