Brooklyn Invitational 2

sorry these took so long, I was really busy. The last two are of my XS650 project which goes under the knife this winter!

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3 responses to “Brooklyn Invitational 2”

  1. Richard says:

    Damn. Is that the stock geometry for the xs frame? It looks awesome.

  2. ed says:

    xs is lookin good. what type of seat is that?
    -ed

  3. ludwig says:

    Richard – Thanks! no it’s not stock, it’s stretched out quite a bit but it is still manageable. I may cut the fork springs down a bit at some point. Right now the motor is back in and it’s *kinda* on the road. It’s still sketchy but I want to give it some solid rides before it gets stripped down. I want to make sure I get all the kinks in the motor out before I started laying the megaflake down. Ed – the seat was an old king queen that I found that the vinyl was half way ripped off. I took it down to the pan, did two layers closed cell foam and an open cell then white vinyl with a diamond quilt pattern on top. you can check out the process here: http://picasaweb.google.com/xbattlesx/MotorcycleStuffs

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