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Offline Betablocker

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Streetfighters SF5 Feb/Mar 1993
« on: September 30, 2009, 02:25:14 AM »


‘Power only ever takes a step back when confronted by more power’
- Malcolm X


If you want to read about riders' rights, the Motorcycle Action Group
or how write a letter to your MP about pubs that've just banned you,
then might we respectfully shuffle you towards Back Street Heroes?

That's not what Streetfighters is about, but that doesn’t mean
we're going to pretend that you, me, and the crazed bastard over
here on the 1380 turbo/nitrous GSX-R, won’t be affected by strictures like the
proposed 100bhp limit. Let’s face it, you wouldn't be reading this shit otherwise.

We are a passive nation, us Brits. No-one gets that fired up about anything - except at
about quarter past eleven on a Friday night after the ninth pint of Tennant‘s Extra.
Then we drop asleep though.
That's the popular perception. Outraged and deranged French farmers we are not.
Remember the Poll Tax? Well, in California the highway patrol
are finding it virtually impossible to enforce the new compulsory helmet law in the face
of mass public disobedience. We’re British, and I always thought that meant that we
don’t do anything just because someone else tells us to do it. l mean, your bike might
 be Japanese, but your not?
Something else Malcolm said about getting what he wanted was ‘By any means necessary'
Mind you, he was holding an M 1-carbine at the time. After you with the Uzzi, Dave  



Predator





Suzuki GSXR1100K with M wheels and 750k Disks and GSX 1100F forks. 750 swing arm with spondon adjusters.
Suzuki M motor with 1277cc big bore 12.5.1 compression.
40mm Carbs
Dyna coils, Cobra zorst



Yellow Hammer





One off frame from Black Art Fabrications, tail section off a Kawasaki KR1S, 1 off tank.
Front end off a GT750 with a J wheel, Rear wheel and arm are FZ750.
Engine is a 1000cc Trident.
JCB Yellow



Earth Mover



1500cc Cosworth big bore kit, Kent pro stock cams etc etc etc the FULL MONTY
200BHP Motor....then stage 2 nitrous first hit takes it to 250 BHP, 2nd hit is 320 bhp
9 secs and 168 mph 1/4 mile.



Mr Max



1260 cosworth motor
PDQ Single sided swingarm, white power upside downers, 320mm fully floating spondon disks
with 6 pot calipers and loads of other bits



Orange Crush






Just look and Drool.



Ruby Max



Mr Rothwell again.




Master of Menace





Suzuki GS1000 frame converted to mono shock and a Suzuki GSX1140EFE motor
Kawasaki Z650 tail piece, Modified tank from the GS1000 and a TZR125 fuel cap mated in.
Std EFE forks and wheels.



Shark Attack





Suzuki GSX750F frame, forks, KBR single sider and PVM wheels  with German Carbon fibre body work
Suzuki GSXR1100 motor



True Grit



Extensively modified Norton featherbed frame with a full blown Weslake 8 valve race motor
Yamaha RD400 wheels, lockheed race spec callipers and master cylinders


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Diplomacy is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip.

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« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2009, 09:56:18 AM »
Doesnt it just show how stale, lame and predictable 99% of the current SF building scene is when you look at that wide variety of bikes and styles?

Orange crush still stands as one of the best Vmax's ever built.
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« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2009, 10:02:37 AM »
Quote from: zyklonlee;237179
Doesnt it just show how stale, lame and predictable 99% of the current SF building scene is when you look at that wide variety of bikes and styles?

Got to agree with you there zyk.
Incompetant!

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« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2009, 01:51:26 PM »
dunno mate

this months is pretty ot there..area 51...and the single side fronted blade

theres still some stuff that raises eyebrows...I guess theres only so much you can do to a frame, engine and 2 wheels?!?....but maybe not in the average guys shed.  the whole scene is limited by the majority of the people in it and their skills

like me...I have none,...but like to try...but I could NEVER build a single side front end
"if it doesn\'t perform as well as look mean, it hasn\'t got what it takes" #1

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« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2009, 04:28:19 PM »
Whats the motor spec of the blade?
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« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2009, 05:05:24 PM »
New thread please guys..........unless about this issue.
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« Reply #6 on: September 30, 2009, 08:34:47 PM »
Master of Menace does it for me - Aggressive, no frills and dig that bobbed seat. My kind of bike that is.

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« Reply #7 on: January 07, 2012, 12:38:17 AM »
earth mover for me:nodyes:

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« Reply #8 on: July 24, 2012, 10:16:38 PM »
Earth mover for me too. This bike influenced me to do a drag/road gsx efe many years ago. Mine was as low as that at one point. But i went everywhere in cirlces. Left handed ones,so as not to catch the exhaust.:big grin: