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Production (Stock) Yamaha XS400, Uploaded for: steeve tremblay 1980 Yamaha XS400 1980 XS400
steeve.tremblay.nospam.aol.com
Date: 13-Aug-18
Views: 1,195
Votes: 3 / Ave.: 5.67

1583x1211  513 KB

Uploaded for: steeve tremblay
1980 Yamaha XS400

Production (Stock) Suzuki Intruder750, Uploaded for: chico 1988 Suzuki Intruder750 1988 Intruder750
chico.nospam.netzero.com
Date: 06-Jun-19
Views: 1,194
Votes: 0 / Ave.: 0.00

959x782  220 KB

Uploaded for: chico
1988 Suzuki Intruder750

Production (Stock) Honda Gold Wing, Uploaded for: Dionisio Sanchez 1980 Honda Goldwing 1980 Gold Wing
Dionisio.Sanchez.nospam.gmail.com
Date: 13-Nov-18
Views: 1,193
Votes: 0 / Ave.: 0.00

1919x1042  431 KB

Uploaded for: Dionisio Sanchez
1980 Honda Goldwing

Production (Custom) Kawasaki ZL1000 Eliminator, My 1987 Kawasaki ZL 1000 Eliminator - Mods include 2001 Suzuki GSXR 1000 Front end w/ZX-12 front rotors to keep stock speedo drive. 1255cc SuperBikeMike big block. Since this pic I've installed a Kawasaki Concours monoshock swingarm w/Kawasaki Mean Streak rear wheel w/rotor & 4-piston caliper to allow a 17' Dunlop 200/17 rear tire & fabbed my own upper triple tree out of 7071 billet & black krinkle powder coated engine cases & backrest rails & Canadian valve cover to remove emissions stuff. 1987 ZL1000 Eliminator
hawgnutts.hotmail.com
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 1,193
Votes: 31 / Ave.: 4.94

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My 1987 Kawasaki ZL 1000 Eliminator - Mods include 2001 Suzuki GSXR 1000 Front end w/ZX-12 front rotors to keep stock speedo drive. 1255cc SuperBikeMike big block. Since this pic I've installed a Kawasaki Concours monoshock swingarm w/Kawasaki Mean Streak rear wheel w/rotor & 4-piston caliper to allow a 17" Dunlop 200/17 rear tire & fabbed my own upper triple tree out of 7071 billet & black krinkle powder coated engine cases & backrest rails & Canadian valve cover to remove emissions stuff.

Production (Stock) Suzuki Intruder1400, Uploaded for: Rick Emard 2003 Intruder1400
webmaster.sportbikerider.us
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 1,193
Votes: 14 / Ave.: 7.79

798x424  107 KB

Uploaded for: Rick Emard

Production (Stock) BMW R1200CL, Uploaded for: Jaap 2004 R1200CL
webmaster.sportbikerider.us
Date: 21-Apr-19
Views: 1,193
Votes: 2 / Ave.: 5.00

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Uploaded for: Jaap

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson FXR, 1982 HarleyDavidson FXR 1982 FXR
Date: 15-Jun-19
Views: 1,193
Votes: 0 / Ave.: 0.00

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1982 HarleyDavidson FXR

Production (Stock) Harley-Davidson VRSC, 2002 -Harley Davidson - V-Rod - 18 2002 VRSC
Date: 15-Apr-19
Views: 1,192
Votes: 136 / Ave.: 4.86

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2002 -Harley Davidson - V-Rod - 18

Production (Custom) Yamaha V-Max, As it is now, The 'Spanish Flyer', after almost two years modifying the bike in the spare time. The most iportant changes were to improve handling. This included a single billet rear swinging arm from Fischer (Germany), Front USD forks from TUNING Formula, 17' wheels originally from a GSX-R Suzuki and Pirelli radials Solid mounts for the engine and other smaller adjustments. On the braking side of this machine, the front brakes are from an R1 and the rear a four pot Billet unit.

Add to this the PCW 1500 Long Rod engine, where all but the engine casings have been modified, producing in excess of 190 RWHP, over 125lbs/inch torque and some cosmetics and you have the most enjoyable bike, with handling to match and power coming right from the bottom of the rev. range. 

I did have a CBR929 RR, where the power comes in like a two stroker, over the 7000 rpm mark, nothing down below........ I did 500 miles and sold it, not a chance to this monster's riding pleasure.
2000 V-Max
wakeforest.infonegocio.com
Date: 08-Jun-19
Views: 1,192
Votes: 122 / Ave.: 5.45

1538x1044  398 KB

As it is now, The "Spanish Flyer", after almost two years modifying the bike in the spare time. The most iportant changes were to improve handling. This included a single billet rear swinging arm from Fischer (Germany), Front USD forks from TUNING Formula, 17" wheels originally from a GSX-R Suzuki and Pirelli radials Solid mounts for the engine and other smaller adjustments. On the braking side of this machine, the front brakes are from an R1 and the rear a four pot Billet unit. Add to this the PCW 1500 Long Rod engine, where all but the engine casings have been modified, producing in excess of 190 RWHP, over 125lbs/inch torque and some cosmetics and you have the most enjoyable bike, with handling to match and power coming right from the bottom of the rev. range. I did have a CBR929 RR, where the power comes in like a two stroker, over the 7000 rpm mark, nothing down below........ I did 500 miles and sold it, not a chance to this monster's riding pleasure.

19-Mar-09 iwheelie.optusnet.com.au - This would hae to be the best vmax on the planet! Sweet ride!!! I love it.
19-Mar-09 simde66.hotmail.com - whaoum a real v max wheeling!
Production (Stock) Suzuki LS650, Uploaded for: Glenn Grover 2007 Suzuki LS650 2007 LS650
Glenn.Grover.nospam.comcast.com
Date: 10-Feb-19
Views: 1,191
Votes: 1 / Ave.: 7.00

1727x1275  600 KB

Uploaded for: Glenn Grover
2007 Suzuki LS650

Production (Stock) Suzuki GN250, Uploaded for: Hendra H 2000 GN250
webmaster.sportbikerider.us
Date: 21-Apr-19
Views: 1,191
Votes: 6 / Ave.: 5.00

1144x856  163 KB

Uploaded for: Hendra H

Production (Stock) Suzuki Bandit400, Uploaded for: Krzysztof 1991 Bandit400
webmaster.sportbikerider.us
Date: 21-Apr-19
Views: 1,191
Votes: 3 / Ave.: 4.67

1280x856  264 KB

Uploaded for: Krzysztof

Production (Stock) Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200, Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com 1967 Sportster 1200
Date: 08-Jun-19
Views: 1,191
Votes: 141 / Ave.: 5.07

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Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

06-Mar-09 bluzaholic.hotmail.com - Is this for sale? I've been looking for one like my Dad used to have.
Production (Stock) Suzuki TU250, Uploaded for: giannis 1999 TU250
webmaster.sportbikerider.us
Date: 08-Jun-19
Views: 1,190
Votes: 2 / Ave.: 4.50

1535x1095  505 KB

Uploaded for: giannis

Production (Stock) Yamaha XS750, Uploaded for: Ben Currie 1982 Yamaha XS750 1982 XS750
Ben.Currie.nospam.yahoo.com
Date: 27-Jun-18
Views: 1,189
Votes: 0 / Ave.: 0.00

2915x1975  585 KB

Uploaded for: Ben Currie
1982 Yamaha XS750

Production (Stock) Honda VT500, Uploaded for: ben frazer 1984 Honda VT500(Shadow) 1984 VT500
ben.frazer.nospam.comcast.com
Date: 05-Jun-18
Views: 1,188
Votes: 0 / Ave.: 0.00

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Uploaded for: ben frazer
1984 Honda VT500(Shadow)

Production (Stock) Kawasaki Vulcan1600, Uploaded for: Bj?rn Nordstr?m 2003 Kawasaki Vulcan1600 2003 Vulcan1600
Date: 19-Apr-19
Views: 1,188
Votes: 0 / Ave.: 0.00

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Uploaded for: Bj?rn Nordstr?m
2003 Kawasaki Vulcan1600

Production (Stock) Honda CB450, Uploaded for: Rob Overholt 1973 CB450
webmaster.sportbikerider.us
Date: 06-Jun-19
Views: 1,188
Votes: 6 / Ave.: 4.83

1016x675  189 KB

Uploaded for: Rob Overholt

Production (Stock) Suzuki VX800, Suzuki - VX800 - 8729 VX800
pg75.spray.se
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 1,188
Votes: 11 / Ave.: 4.64

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Suzuki - VX800 - 8729

Production (Stock) Kawasaki Vulcan1500, Uploaded for: patryho 2002 Kawasaki Vulcan1500MeanStreak 2002 Vulcan1500
patryho.nospam.comcast.com
Date: 07-Jun-18
Views: 1,187
Votes: 2 / Ave.: 8.50

2332x1596  542 KB

Uploaded for: patryho
2002 Kawasaki Vulcan1500MeanStreak

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