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Old 18th February 2011, 07:30   #12856
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Forget wierd and wacky, I believe this is an AWESOME execution done to transform a street bike to a dirt bike!!

I dont know from which angle is this wierd.

Probably one of the best dirt bike made out of a FZ.
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+1 . That is definitely not weird!!..
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i agree, but the mid-section looks kinda bulky. specially the tank!
That's why I asked, if these pics belong here. Can it be moved to the right section please?(which will be where exactly?)
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Old 18th February 2011, 08:24   #12857
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i agree, but the mid-section looks kinda bulky. specially the tank!
I also like it though......
altough weirdness/wackiness may actually become apparent when he tries to take it off road, propah.

that FZ lent itself quite easily to a trailie mod, didnt it?
and is that a bespoke swingarm?FZ owners?
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Old 18th February 2011, 10:59   #12858
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That's why I asked, if these pics belong here. Can it be moved to the right section please?(which will be where exactly?)
i've been wanting this ask this for quite some time - is there a thread for nice/awesome mod jobs? i see a lot of vehicles out there which have been modded pretty nicely, but can't post pictures of them.
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Old 18th February 2011, 11:58   #12859
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i've been wanting this ask this for quite some time - is there a thread for nice/awesome mod jobs? i see a lot of vehicles out there which have been modded pretty nicely, but can't post pictures of them.
There is already a thread for bikes atleast.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/motorb...only-here.html (Modified Indian bikes - Post your pics here and ONLY here)
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Old 18th February 2011, 13:55   #12860
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I see lot of cars with the playboy rabbit sticker, even tourist taxis. I wonder how many of them know what it means...
Here is a Nano with Playboy stickers. Spotted near Shoranur, Trichur.

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Old 18th February 2011, 15:56   #12861
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Now guys behold, may I present to you, the 2.5 litre Swift. May be it just means this swift can hold 2.5 litres of coolant or perhaps wiper wash?
The easiest, quickest and that too a "DIY" engine swap ever seen on T-Bhp

I think I should put two of them on my car to make mine a 5L (2.5+2.5) engine
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Old 18th February 2011, 16:13   #12862
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I don't think the Yamaha enticer qualifies wacky mod but it's done up well, the mod from a city bike to a dirt bike is fantastic and professional, well done. Now the blue Alto qualifies all the credit of not only being yucky but scary. Huge bonnet, twin exhaust what is it for, is it running on an tank engine.
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Old 18th February 2011, 16:23   #12863
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Am a regular visitor to Mumbai, on my last visit I happened to notice an Accent converted to Beetel, its so damn weird. Sorry no pics. This vehicle was parked near the slum which on the way to Powai from vikhroli (Godrej compound gate 2), I donno the exact name of the slum. If anyone happen to pass through that place, please check for that weirdo.. It has all the rights to be in this thread
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Old 18th February 2011, 18:06   #12864
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The Enticer is fantastically done. I could not even realise it was Enticer. Great work
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Old 18th February 2011, 20:19   #12865
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Hideous taste!! What a sad combination of colours:

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Old 18th February 2011, 20:33   #12866
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I don't think the Yamaha enticer qualifies wacky mod but it's done up well, the mod from a city bike to a dirt bike is fantastic and professional, well done. Now the blue Alto qualifies all the credit of not only being yucky but scary. Huge bonnet, twin exhaust what is it for, is it running on an tank engine.
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The Enticer is fantastically done. I could not even realise it was Enticer. Great work

Its Yamaha FZ -16 guys not an Enticer.

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Old 18th February 2011, 21:12   #12867
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Its Yamaha FZ -16 guys not an Enticer.

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May not be and enticer, but not entirely sure about it being an FZ.
one is the swingarm, and second is the wheels.
If indeed it is, then this is one mod where he's "unmodified" his bike.
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May not be and enticer, but not entirely sure about it being an FZ.
one is the swingarm, and second is the wheels.
If indeed it is, then this is one mod where he's "unmodified" his bike.
The engine is a give away , and add to the other bits of FZ, the bike is surely Yamaha and is quite a looker. A vry nice attempt to make a scambler / dirt bike out of a commuter bike.
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Old 18th February 2011, 22:03   #12869
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May not be and enticer, but not entirely sure about it being an FZ.
one is the swingarm, and second is the wheels.
If indeed it is, then this is one mod where he's "unmodified" his bike.
From the engine, chassis and the body panels, it is a FZ-16 undoubtedly.

According to me, mods look like:

1. Longer Front shock absorber assembly for better travel during dirt biking.

2. Raised rear mono-shock

3. Changed rear rims to 16 inches (Could be from Yezdi, the old school RX style)

4. Changed front rims to 19 inches (Again done by all veteran dirt bikers during competition)

5. Motocross tyres.

6. Modified rear swing arm for rear disc brake set up.

7. Modified exhaust.

Few here and there like front mud guard fly, handle bar, longer side stand.

I guess the body panels, fuel tank, head lamp and chassis remain untouched.

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This FZ is done by Kumar, a reputed tuner of bikes in bangalore. This one has the capability to do some serious off-roading, I have personally witnessed it once. And yes that tank is not blending with the setup, also affects the handling in the MX tracks. If I am not wrong, its his personal bike!

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