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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-28-2012, 09:00 AM Thread Starter
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Some pics of other bikes I have owned

I hope you all don't mind me posting this link here bit I keep saying I have had other bikes that I modified or restored.

Have a look if you want

Some bikes I have done up over the last few years

Dan

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Dan I love the SXV. Thought thousand times about to buy one. I should the next time..., at the moment they are cheap.

@ 15.000U/min you have no friends
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Hi Zico,

This is a bike I have regreted selling the most, it was incredible to ride, really powerful and the handling was superb, it would do anything you wanted it to.

When you were really riding it hard it was devastatingly fast, you really had to concentrate though as it would lift the front wheel very easily and coming out
of corners would loose traction, you really had to hold on tight!

The negatives were the obvious ones really, poor fuel range, no wind protection and the engines are a bit delicate.

I loved it though it was such an awesome bike, fantastic sound too.

Eventually i would love another supermoto bike, I like the KTM 690 and 990 and would love another SXV in the future.
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Great pics and amazing work.

being an Indian, I did own a 'Royal Enfield Bullet' modeled on the BSA above. They are still widely available and standard issues to uniformed forces, solely for their reliability and durability. Here is the link:

http://www.royalenfield.com/motorcyc....aspx?model=14
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