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    Senior Member Mame Shiba's Avatar
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    Hi

    here's the last update







    cheers
    Please contact member MichaelC from San Diego Cal. before asking info or putting comments about tuning parts, motorcycle customization and everything linked to TW in Japan. Thank you very much.

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    That engine looks quite Suzuki-ish. Is that the Van Van 125 or a highly modified TW?

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    I'm curious to see how you're going to mount rear lights and a license plate. Are you going to run a front fender? Looks pretty cool so far.

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    LOVE IT!

    It looks like a cartoon bike or something a circus clown would ride

    Just the thing to wear full bad biker duds with leather chaps and vest, boots and tats...



    So funny!

    I think that would qualify to enter a parade anywhere.

    Definitely a chick magnet. Girls will come running to say how "cute" it is and want to get their picture sitting on it.

    Like the guy who rode a Honda trail 70 (clone) to STURGIS of all places and the Harley bikers liked it and the biker babes REALLY loved it.

    Many agreed to take their tops off to get to sit on it.

    He has lot's of pictures of his trip and the attention his bike got on the Chinariders site.



    You will be the center of attention on that bike for sure!
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    Such a cool bike!

    I thought it had a familiar look, or "style" to it but I couldn't think of what until this morning.

    Then I realized why... It resembles, or at least reminds me of, the Mustang Motorcycles.

    Very neat machines! Check 'em out here:

    http://www.mustangmotorcycles.net/bikes.html



    More pictures as you progress, please!
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    When I win the lottery, I'm going to Japan and buying all the parts I need to build something like that.




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    another project

    Please contact member MichaelC from San Diego Cal. before asking info or putting comments about tuning parts, motorcycle customization and everything linked to TW in Japan. Thank you very much.

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    the drag bars in the last pic look bad ass.

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    Two different front tires or an anomoly of the camera?




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    Please contact member MichaelC from San Diego Cal. before asking info or putting comments about tuning parts, motorcycle customization and everything linked to TW in Japan. Thank you very much.

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