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  • The Guzzi's always sound awesome under full throttle, and definitely more reliable than a Duc'...I'm thinking Moto's V35 would be ideal for a cafe conversion
    1976 rd 400

    There is your new cafe racer...you can pop wheelies all day and probably keep up with your SV (until 100 mph!)
    I would never had been able to figure out it all with out your help, thanks man! I would give you a rep but I don't know how, lol!
    I finally got the grips to work, I needed to just add a new ground wire instead of using the the one that came with the grips, that is connected to the neg on the battery.
    Thats too bad, what a gorgeous bike! Well, so is the SV, my friend is rebuilding his 03 SV650 and putting GSXR forks, wheels, and rear shock along with powdercoating his frame and painting...he's had a busy and expensive winter.
    Yep, I'm afraid that someone will probably purchase my Bette (noisy redhead) and I've preemptively bought new gear along with the lid...Alpinestars CR Leather Jacket and a Corbin for the FZ.
    Don't hate me, the old chugging XS400 is up for sale here in the Twin Cities...I couldn't pass up a kicking deal for an Arai RX-Q in Diamond White.
    G'day mate , hows things ?? :D I see you havent entered a team in the MCN Fantasy yet :spank: :D C'mon mate , Goops in & you know how much you wanna win the YZF-R125 ;)
    Thanks for the Rep mate. Just doing my bit for the cheapskates of the world. If I can get away with using one of these tyre repair joeys, then I'd say just about anyone can...lol.
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