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Old 01-12-2010, 02:25 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Ok, here are a few of my 2-wheeled toys!

2000 Bimota DB4

2000 Honda RS250

2000 Honda RS125

2008 Honda CRF250R


The RS250 is my all-time favorite bike to ride period! I love 2-strokes!
Sweet bikes! Especially the RS250 and 125. Where are you riding at in the pictures of your CRF?

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Old 01-12-2010, 02:31 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Thanks, top pic is at a friends private track here in MN and the bottom pic is actually the first day of me riding the 4-stroke out in Colorado @ Thunder Valley. My 125 seized the lower rod bearing so I went and picked up the CRF from a local dealer so I could ride the rest of the week...

This what it looks like to put 5 dirt bikes in a 10 foot enclosed trailer with 4 people's crap in there, I had to partially dismantle the 125 to make it work if you look in the back you can see the rear wheel and some other parts of it!

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Old 01-13-2010, 12:12 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Kawi KH750 2-stroke triple:




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Old 01-13-2010, 01:10 PM   #64 (permalink)
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Gotta love the old Kawi triples! I have a couple of H1's myself and they are a riot to say the least!
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that is awesome any link to the build?? also got to be loud as all hell

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Old 01-13-2010, 04:04 PM   #66 (permalink)
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that is awesome any link to the build?? also got to be loud as all hell
http://thekneeslider.com/archives/20...ne-motorcycle/

http://thekneeslider.com/archives/20...ycle-finished/


That's all I've got. For such a cool thing, there seems to be precious little information about it on the intarwebs. If anyone finds a full build documentary somewhere, I'd be thrilled.


EDIT: No one but me probably wants to see tuned scooters, but I like this stretched dio. 2-stroke swap!


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Old 01-13-2010, 11:43 PM   #67 (permalink)
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found a small build thing on it from the mazdatrix site

http://mazdatrix.com/rotorcycle.htm
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Sweet Honda RC51

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like putting some sportmaxes on it.
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Old 01-16-2010, 10:19 PM   #70 (permalink)
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that ^ is G!
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especially with mismatched wheels
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especially with mismatched wheels
i've been looking for a new rear wheel but the mismatch kinda grew on me
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Thread moved to Pub Roadster where it is more appropriate.
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Old 01-19-2010, 06:33 PM   #74 (permalink)
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Old 02-02-2010, 04:08 AM   #75 (permalink)
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I'll take a proper Cafe racer / Bobber over any new bikes anyday!

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last but not least, the absolutely stunning Falcon Bullet!!


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That carbon RC51 give me a boner every time, i gotta get a bike
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RIP, Haga #086. May the bastards that stole you burn in the 9th layer of hell for 086 eternities.
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I took this photo today.I shot this in my drivers seat at a stop sign
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Sweet job drilling the sprocket cover - add lightness
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Old 03-11-2010, 10:30 AM   #80 (permalink)
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Default Honda RC142

I love all early Honda GP bikes but this one, the RC142, is really growing on me.



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June 1959, TT of Man
Honda arrives on Man with 5 riders, 4 Japanese and one American. They bring along five 125cc racing motorcycles and four training bikes, plus enough spares and tools to set up a self sufficient workshop - a very professional approach.

The racers, with the type designation RC142, have open spine frames, in which the engine is a stress bearing part, with leading link front and swing arm rear suspension. The engine is a four stroke twin with the cylinders slightly inclined forward under 6 degrees, with DOHC, driven by a vertical shaft with bevel gears on the left hand side of the engine, and from there with gears to the camshafts.

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There are two valves per cylinder, as can be clearly seen from the position of the spark plugs in the picture. When during practice it becomes clear that the bikes are lacking in power, four-valve heads are flown in from Japan. Bore and stroke are 44 x 41 mm for a capacity of 124.6 cc, and with a compression ratio of 10.5 : 1, 18.5 bhp is developed at 13,000 rpm; maximum rpm is 14,000. The valve angle is 40 degrees for the inlet valves and 44 degrees for the exhaust valves; spark plugs for the four-valve heads are 10 mm. Carburation is by flat-slided Kei-hin carburettors with remote float chambers. Ignition is by magneto, driven by the inlet-camshaft. Lubrication is by wet-sump system, carrying 2 litres of oil. The gearbox contains 6 speeds, and the total weight of the bike is 87 kg. The wheelbase is 1265 mm. In the TT, the bikes finish 6th, 7th, 8th and 11th, earning Honda the team prize. The American rider drops his bike and doesn't finish.The race proved that the Honda's were reliable, but not yet fast enough, although the results no doubt would have been better if top European riders, well acquainted with the TT course, would have ridden the bikes. After the race, Honda's team returned to Japan, having spent on this one trip as much as most factories would spend on a whole season of racing.

It showed the world that they meant business, and that they could expect them to be back.
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Often it has been written that the Honda 125cc racers were copies of the NSU Rennmax twins. That, in my opinion, is nonsense, and the people saying it don't know what they're talking about. Apart from the fact that Honda in far away Japan had absolutely no access to the very secret data of the NSU racing department, the Rennmax was 250, the Honda 125 cc; the Rennmax had its bevel shaft driving the inlet camshaft, the Honda's shaft ended between the gears. The NSU had coil and battery ignition, the RC142 got its sparks from a magneto, and had four valves against the two of the NSU, which had dry sump oiling whereas the Honda had a wet sump. So the only common points were the bevel shaft and gears, and they were not identical, and the fact that it was a four stroke twin. Well, the slightly earlier Simson 250cc racers from East-Germany and 250cc Mondial racers from Italy had the same characteristics (bevel shaft and gears, four-stroke twin), and nobody ever called them NSU copies. It shows the bias against the Japanese designs, which even now still exists.
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http://www.curryspeed.com/

Check out their Report and Blog sections for some great pictures.

























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Sooo sick!
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Love the way that thing looks, and I love the old Cafe style bikes as well.


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http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_JNgH2kk8pu...SC01913web.jpg

This thing's pretty flippin sweet looking, too.
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