Another impulse buy CX500

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Re: Another impulse buy CX500

Post by Clarkey » 13 Jan 2019, 23:10

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Stumoores wrote:The original tank and USD forks throw the eye a bit I think. That rear sub is not that far from standard height. It’s not as simple as most folk think this custom game is it ? Using other builds for inspiration is defo the way forward.
That CB500 is the dogs bollox apart from the Akro sticker on the end can (or is it just me ?)


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I have that deluxe tank too but its just so big, i want the engine to be the focal point as its so original and clean, looks new almost
Is the plan to keep or flog this when it's done... Or have you not decided yet?

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Re: Another impulse buy CX500

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 14 Jan 2019, 18:06

Clarkey wrote:
rumpoldstilskin wrote:
Stumoores wrote:The original tank and USD forks throw the eye a bit I think. That rear sub is not that far from standard height. It’s not as simple as most folk think this custom game is it ? Using other builds for inspiration is defo the way forward.
That CB500 is the dogs bollox apart from the Akro sticker on the end can (or is it just me ?)


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I have that deluxe tank too but its just so big, i want the engine to be the focal point as its so original and clean, looks new almost
Is the plan to keep or flog this when it's done... Or have you not decided yet?

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No a clue mate, i’m a sucker for all thing shiny so maybe sell?
Problem is its modified to my taste and not generic. I have a BMW R80 that will be getting similar treatment but its a modular bike and easier to mod as you can buy stuff off the shelf that just bolts on, the loom even splits! How forward thinking of ze Germans.

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Re: Another impulse buy CX500

Post by Stumoores » 14 Jan 2019, 19:01

I always wanted to do an old boxer, proper rusted out rat look but with polished engine casing mmmm luverly


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Re: Another impulse buy CX500

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 14 Jan 2019, 21:02

Stumoores wrote:I always wanted to do an old boxer, proper rusted out rat look but with polished engine casing mmmm luverly


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I want to copper dip the tank and murder the rest out in satin black but spoked wheels and a yellow headlight as i’m a basic bitch Image

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Re: Another impulse buy CX500

Post by Cabernet » 14 Jan 2019, 21:03

The old boxers are the best and the only ones I'd give garage space.
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