10th February 2013 at 4:06 pm #864610th February 2013 at 4:13 pm #8647
In Germany it is strictly forbidden to weld something to the frame!
Only a few specialized firms are allowed to do that legaly and they know what to charge for that !!!
I have to help myself with “screwed/bolt on” constructions to see how it can work if it is welded.
Position of upper suspension strut and rear frame is not finalized yet.10th February 2013 at 9:55 pm #8644KaptainkwakKeymaster
Now that is customised lol and it looks awesome. Keep us posted there.
I have 2 1/2 CSR’s. One i want up to showroom standards. One i want to customise my way and the rest im hopping to turn into a bobber made from any Kawasaki parts but with the twin engine.
These should compliment my ZRX lol10th February 2013 at 11:21 pm #8648
have you placed pictures of your bikes in the forum?
Please advice how I can find them 😉
I will use CSR wheels in my hardcore chopper project 😉
But until now that is just a LTD frame, front fork, it’s dual disc brakes and fuel tank, a 35 cm Apehanger and advanced(?) foot pegs.
Short dual rear suspension lower the height of the seat 😉
A motor is around, several other parts as well. Let’s see how this goes.
Another “dream” is to place the twin motor in a Honda VFR750F chassis. I have bought the frame already and it fits after a really minor change around the twin motor 😉
When this project goes on I have to strip my stock VFR (100.000km/ 62.000miles) to get the rest of the parts I need for the VFR-Z750 ;-)))
My girlfriend has a Z750LTD Twin Y1 since 2012 in stock condition (except paint). That bike was standing somewhere for ages, needs new tires, braking hoses and a lot of polish. I revitalized it and drove some kilometers, it works pretty well. She will have a lot of fun with that bike, as she always thinks about her sold Yamaha XS650.
She actual rides a Yamaha YZF600R Thundercat and the Twin will be her second bike.
You can see, a lot of things around bikes and the Twins !10th February 2013 at 11:38 pm #864910th February 2013 at 11:42 pm #865011th February 2013 at 1:16 am #8651
and this is my Honda VFR750 with Kawasaki and Ninja stickers on it at the Twin meeting in Germany 2011.
I had so much fun with this bike under the Kawasaki label, ROFL 😉
Especially at a large Kawasaki meeting.
One fan want to take some pictures of this really great Kawasaki Ninja with single side rear swing arm !
ROFLcopter !!!3rd March 2013 at 2:47 pm #8645TangoParticipant
They look ace. I’m having enough trouble building a standard ish? one back up to get back on the road. You must be good at problem solving! that’s all I can say.3rd March 2013 at 6:19 pm #5230
Hi all Lonesome Twins,
as I am trying always something new I have decided to modify a Twin with a central rear suspension.
It is still a long way to go and to get it legalized in Germany via T3rd March 2013 at 6:19 pm #8652
thank you 😉
I am just using the parts that I think they might work.
Try it, adjust it, modify it, get it !
Two wheels, suspension, brakes, frame, motor, carbs, exhaust, seat, stearing, fuel tank and a bit of electric stuff, that’s (nearly) all you need 😉
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