My next project

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Ugly American
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My next project

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I already have everything to put it together but time.
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mickthemaverick
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Who am i?: An aspiring boring old fart whosevery early days on Bikes were superceded by cars and rallying. Rallied quite successfully for 20 years then ran out of cash. Now tinker in garage with cars and bikes and watch loads of sport!! Like a beer too!!
Location: Hertford, Herts

Re: My next project

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Doesn't take much thinking to work out why you havn't got time to build a car!! :D :D :-bd:
A trained RF engineer!! Unfortunately it stood for Radio Frequency!
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alien937
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Tj! Where have you been! Hope you're well :-bd:
Ugly American
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mickthemaverick wrote:Doesn't take much thinking to work out why you havn't got time to build a car!! :D :D :-bd:
You betcha
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tony
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Re: My next project

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That sure is a nice looking ride ;)
O yay and Suzuki did say! at 4000 miles or every 12 months, thou shalt change the oil, according to Suzuki service manual chapter 2 paragraph 1 of the periodic maintenance, Ahmen
Ugly American
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Re: My next project

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I have a GSXR 1100w motor already sorted out to install in it.
I'm still trying to finish my big bore build, then I can properly focus on her, um I mean the Reverse trike.
The next major hurtle is the front brakes. The original design require taking the hubs off in order to replace the rotors. But I think I'm going to go with a Mazda Miata design.
Go easy on my co-pilot there, she scares eazily
Ugly American
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Re: My next project

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I have a GSXR 1100w motor already sorted out to install in it.
I'm still trying to finish my big bore build, then I can properly focus on her, um I mean the Reverse trike.
The next major hurtle is the front brakes. The original design require taking the hubs off in order to replace the rotors. But I think I'm going to go with a Mazda Miata design.
Go easy on my co-pilot there, she scares easily
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Re: My next project

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WOW....well if your offering test rides.. :handgestures-thumbupleft:
not sure of here, but stateside that would be awesome.. :-bd:

and i concur, it must be hard keeping your mind on the build
with a lady like that being around.. ;)
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Re: My next project

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If you are interested in the website

http://www.tripodcars.com/
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