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Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com
1424x950  285 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 475
Votes: 82 / Ave.: 5.17

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

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.
1536x1058  194 KB
2000 V-Max
wakeforest.infonegocio.com
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 1,004
Votes: 100 / Ave.: 5.17

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.

Racing Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 221
1528x1200  253 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 05-Jun-19
Views: 510
Votes: 131 / Ave.: 5.17

Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 221

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com
1200x917  246 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 508
Votes: 108 / Ave.: 5.17

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2435
1280x1000  300 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 18-Apr-19
Views: 569
Votes: 42 / Ave.: 5.17

Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2435

17-Apr-09 shierie8076.yahoo.com - What a bike!!!
Production (Stock) Honda Valkyrie, 25,000.00 U. S. I think I heard them say!
1600x1220  362 KB
2004 Valkyrie
harryjaner.earthlink.net
Date: 09-Jan-19
Views: 783
Votes: 48 / Ave.: 5.17

25,000.00 U. S. I think I heard them say!

Production (Stock) Kawasaki Vulcan800, Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com
1200x872  230 KB
2002 Vulcan800
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 625
Votes: 66 / Ave.: 5.17

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

Production (Stock) Honda CB175, Honda - CB175 - 3966
1200x938  196 KB
CB175
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 630
Votes: 18 / Ave.: 5.17

Honda - CB175 - 3966

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2591
1200x929  349 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 525
Votes: 24 / Ave.: 5.17

Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2591

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2573
1600x1238  287 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 05-Jun-19
Views: 546
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2573

Production (Stock) Triumph Speed Twin, Triumph Speed Twin
1070x638  200 KB
Speed Twin
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 751
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

Triumph Speed Twin

Production (Stock) Norton 850 Commando, Norton 850 Commando
2069x1313  481 KB
Norton  850 Commando
Date: 08-Jun-19
Views: 338
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

Norton 850 Commando

Production (Stock) Royal Enfield Bullet 500, Royal Enfield 500
1456x1094  352 KB
Royal Enfield  Bullet 500
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 783
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

Royal Enfield 500

Production (Stock) Moto-Guzzi Unknown (Moto-Guzzi), Moto Guzzi
1000x788  131 KB
Moto-Guzzi  Unknown (Moto-Guzzi)
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 480
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

Moto Guzzi

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson VRSC, What a perfect license plate.
750x1038  250 KB
VRSC
irwfo.optonline.net
Date: 21-Apr-19
Views: 993
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

What a perfect license plate.

Production (Stock) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Orange County Choppers
1110x866  200 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 21-Apr-19
Views: 515
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

Orange County Choppers

Production (Custom) Unknown Unknown (Unknown), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com
768x1470  219 KB
Unknown  Unknown (Unknown)
Date: 16-Apr-19
Views: 562
Votes: 115 / Ave.: 5.17

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

16-Mar-04 m.cronan.comcast.net - Sweet ride!
Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com
1548x1140  340 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 436
Votes: 115 / Ave.: 5.17

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com
1536x1182  541 KB
Unknown (HD)
Date: 08-Jun-19
Views: 498
Votes: 73 / Ave.: 5.16

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

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.
1536x1058  194 KB
2000 V-Max
wakeforest.infonegocio.com
Date: 06-Jun-19
Views: 1,076
Votes: 104 / Ave.: 5.16

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.

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