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    A few photos from this morning, complete shoot here:



    http://www.osakacustomstyle.com



























    Come on springtime!



    Bart

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    very nice.! i like the 5th pic the best....

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    Hey, thanks!!!



    Be sure to click the link at the top for the rest of the photos. I took a boat load!!! Thanks again.



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    all your hard work has paid off. Now imagine all those other bikes in Japan you saw that were customized and those scooters. Big difference between America and Japan. They really take things apart and put it back together. It all starts with one shop doing a custom and bam the whole nation is doing it and companies begin to make parts from scratch.

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    Yup! That is one thing I always liked about Japanese culture, that is, making things custom and one-of-a-kind. I like it because I have always been that way myself. All of my vehicles are pretty unique and customized, so the bike is no different. Vehicles are definitely an extension of your own personality, and can say a lot.



    I really want to build another bike now!!! I need to finish my other vehicles first, but my next build will be a RD400/500 most likely.



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    Bart, I like it!!! You did an outstanding job! I wish I could afford several TW's, I'd build each one different! They are so fun to customize.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbracket View Post
    Bart, I like it!!! You did an outstanding job!


    Thanks!!



    Quote Originally Posted by mrbracket View Post
    They are so fun to customize.


    And easy!!



    Bart

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    Great Job!



    It came out so awesome! I love the all back, looks bad ass!!!



    What K&N filter is that? Does is attach directly to the carb or did you use the original rubber tube to connect them? I can't really tell from the pics..
    "I've often said there's nothing better for the inside of a man than the outside of a motorcycle"

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    Thanks, the filter is a RB-0510.



    Look at my post here for better pics:



    http://osakacustomstyle.blogspot.com...er-hanger.html



    You have to pull out the tube from your airbox. The filter came as a kit when I ordered it from Japan. It came with a clamp to punch a hole in your original rubber tube and metal collar so it has something to clamp down to. If you just buy the filter, you will have to punch the right hole yourself and make a collar of some sort for the hose clamp.







    So now I have a question for you. What is the process for rejetting? I think I pretty much need to now.



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    Thanks for the info Bart!



    Here is a link to everything you'll need to know about jetting your carb:



    https://tw200forum.com/index.php?/topic/647-carb-tuning/



    I'm right at sea level so I'm running a 130 main and four .05 neddle shims...Although I know I can go even a little bigger and richer still..



    I feel the 130 Main jet would be a good place to start and take things form there...



    -Todd
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