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post #121 of 146 (permalink) Old 01-10-2018, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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Not quite the words I would have chosen but I agree .... I really don't like it.


Appreciate all of the work that has gone into it and the fact that it is unique but it's not for me.


BUT as long as the OP is happy then that is all that matters.
Amen!...........Show up to the next Gap-a-licious.......you may find that it looks 100 times better in person

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post #122 of 146 (permalink) Old 01-22-2018, 11:52 PM
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I absolutely love this bike. It's like a Brutale with way more attitude, and the pipes and look match the wonderful sound. Agree the hugger will give the rear end some balance.

However, the riding position remains viable only for small Italian guys who enjoy hot Yoga, or those with easy access to a chiropractor. No way could I ride this bike with any hope of comfort, which was one of the things that led me to sell of the F4 1000R and the 312R.

But I dig what you've done here, and what a fun bike to ride to bike night - totally original and that sound....
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Mega cool looks like a factory machine the finish you’ve done top work


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I absolutely love this bike. It's like a Brutale with way more attitude, and the pipes and look match the wonderful sound. Agree the hugger will give the rear end some balance.

However, the riding position remains viable only for small Italian guys who enjoy hot Yoga, or those with easy access to a chiropractor. No way could I ride this bike with any hope of comfort, which was one of the things that led me to sell of the F4 1000R and the 312R.

But I dig what you've done here, and what a fun bike to ride to bike night - totally original and that sound....
LMAO!!!!!!.............I'm 6'2"....weigh 245lbs........ I don't like Hot Yoga! Yes, the seat is unconvertible, yes the riding position is brutal....and the rear sets........UUUUuuuugh! but, all of my street bikes are set up that way..... I am used to it. I only ride on the twisties.....I avoid Highways at all costs.....and it's not to bad.



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Thank you.........that was my goal, to make it look like a factory made bike..... Can't wait for the new wheels!

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I absolutely love this bike,I’m big on custom bikes and this is right up there great job
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If you live custom bikes...........Make sure you check out my facebook page "Pasta Powered Cycle group of WNC"!!!!

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I have to say that I really tend to not like non fairing bikes, but absolutely love what you achieved. Congrats.


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I have to say that I really tend to not like non fairing bikes, but absolutely love what you achieved. Congrats.


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I'm just the opposite....... I hate fairing bikes......The MV has a beautiful Frame.....and engine, it deserved to be shown off!!!!!

Keep in mind, the bike looks 100 times better in person, at least that's what my friends are telling me!
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