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post #11 of 14 Old 12-08-12, 21:34
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Well Riktig, you've already built two Daytona to Street conversions (you inspired me to do mine ), so I reckon it's time for something different. Don't know what, but something different.

To read about the transformation click > Project Trixie Transformation

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I would love to someone build a really minimalistic 675 streetfighter.

Make a small subframe to just hold the seat. Low exhaust, and a Diavel-style plate bracket.

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Had my eyes on that bike on Copart. Wasn't worth shipping all the way out to Ohio though. I guess fixing it would depend on what you payed for it. I was thinking like someone else said, perfect track bike. Someone saved me the time of stripping off all the crap I didn't need anyways.
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Oh and that bike might not have been wrecked but was definitely down. Scrapes on the clutch cover, sides of the engine, and looks like the frame too.
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