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AStinkley Icon .

AStinkley Icon .

Postby Matt Spencer » Wed Oct 26, 2016 8:52 pm


http://www.returnofthecaferacers.com/20 ... uxton.html

Looks pretty good , but typical of modern puss bucket baboon riding position , you get the tachometer up your nostral if you tried to get under the paint.
Most youd end up looking like Feeeth . If your butts arft of the rear axle , it can lead to difficulties . But Straigh Arm gets you back and out of the wind .
If you cut 8 inches out of his spine . :(

ANYWAY , the TANK is a Bit Like a 70 Daytona F-750 triple , so some Heritage seems involved . :?
The Japanese response to ' styling ' , was to add more .
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Re: AStinkley Icon .

Postby grandpaul » Mon Oct 31, 2016 5:46 am

No thanks.

Talk about a ridiculous amount of unsprung weight...
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Re: AStinkley Icon .

Postby cjandme » Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:41 pm

gotta love the title of this thread though..... :lol:
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