Project exodus streetfighter

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by schneberger, Nov 7, 2008.

  1. schneberger

    schneberger New Member

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    Hello there .

    just wanted to share with you my recently built bike. Called Exodus.

    I challenge you do guess what bike it is built on.

    among some things that are exchanged i can mention ,

    forks : tl1000r
    swingarm : gsx-r 750 05
    brakes : tl1000r
    wheels : gsx-r 750 05

    to read the full story about the build check this out http://www.motorcyclebuilders.net/forum/showthread.php?t=11

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  2. 7960

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    is that panel supposed to fit flush?
     
  3. mistergixter

    mistergixter New Member

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    looks like a yamma-hammer to me. The tail section gives it away, also the paint job. Looks sweet. I question the tail section sitting flush too. Why did you pick out such ugly wheels? I know they are ugly because I have them on my 04 GSXR.

    I cheated and looked to see what the final answer was, and I was correct of make, you had me fooled on model though.

    Nice work.
     
  4. schneberger

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    no actually it isn't supposed to sit flush.. a bike can't have to much finish in my oppinion.. especially since i went for a racebike look. sort of. that is way i wanted that panl to sit with dzuz and not entirly flush.. and the wheels.. well .. i love them anyway =)

    thanks for the feedback..
     
  5. DoucheBag

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    not a fan of the streetfighter look, but overall its a really nice build. good job on it.

    also, looks like your chain could use some adjustment :dunno:
     
  6. schneberger

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    yeah i know.. the bike wasn't actually running at the photoshot.. but as you say.. when magazines call.. you take to dildo to the lady..

    it was a little tight with the deadline i had when the magazine came and made the photoshot..
     
  7. Buck something?

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    looks amazing, good job. more pics?
     
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    when someone says something "can't have too much finish" then my first thought is they're never going to be done because they want it *perfect*. that's not.......I see a paint bubble, chips where the panel was cut, poor fitment, the top/black square sticker is horribly placed, the bars are wrong for the style.........I'll give you credit because you can do 95% more than me, but that last 5% is what people see and I see :ugh:
     

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