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just finished a 95 cbr900rr street fighter/cafe

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Old 09-21-2013, 09:03 PM
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Default just finished a 95 cbr900rr street fighter/cafe

check it out and tell me what you guys think
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:16 AM
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I like it. The nut/bolt pattern on the subframe is really cool looking. It definitely has a mad max outlaw thing going on with it. It looks great. Don't run out of gas (I don't see an odometer)
 
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Old 09-22-2013, 11:36 AM
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Looks good man. Ia that a shinko 009 rear tire I see?
 
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thanks guys, and yes that is a shinko tire in the rear
 
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Old 09-22-2013, 06:51 PM
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as for the odometer or any speedo, its not necessary here in Mi and its used for city anyhow-always full tank.
 
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Old 09-23-2013, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by moldousa View Post
thanks guys, and yes that is a shinko tire in the rear
Thought so. Alot of people complain about them, honestly, I have them front and rear on my bike. I have over 2400 miles on them from the last month and they still look brand new. They do take a bit to warm up, but for my 110 mile round trip commute, they are great. They hold good in rain and even torrential downpours. Plus, they were 175 a set

You have a very clean bike. I like the less is more look of it.
 
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Originally Posted by gtcole View Post
Thought so. Alot of people complain about them, honestly, I have them front and rear on my bike. I have over 2400 miles on them from the last month and they still look brand new. They do take a bit to warm up, but for my 110 mile round trip commute, they are great. They hold good in rain and even torrential downpours. Plus, they were 175 a set

You have a very clean bike. I like the less is more look of it.
Thanks, i have been using shinko's on two of my last builds, both cafe racers...i think its a great value for the price.
 
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That is a fantastic tail set up, super slick! what's the headlight on it?
 
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Old 09-23-2013, 08:29 PM
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Totally agree with you guys - I love my Shinko's. I'm running 010's, I love 'em to death. Best tire I've ever had (vs Pirelli Corsa's, Pilot Powers, Pilot road II's, etc.). They can be dicey over the white lines in the wet, but what tire isn't. And in the dry, they grip and rip. Then, there's the cost. You can't beat 'em. People talk **** until they try them (shinko's).

I don't care about the speedo/odo (I'm not sure if speedo's/odo's are mandatory anywhere really) - it just sucks trying to guesstimate how many miles it's been since your last fill up. But if you're always close to a gas station, then rock on.
 
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Originally Posted by amateurstreetfighter View Post
That is a fantastic tail set up, super slick! what's the headlight on it?
thats a headlight from ebay for cafe racers
 

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