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Old 29th May 2006, 14:57   #16
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too coool


@ F50: please throw light on the australian modified bike
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Old 29th May 2006, 16:10   #17
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hi guys,
check out this link to the 2 choppers made out of bullet.....
the modification job is done by Onkarpreet of MODBIKE......

http://www.xbhp.com/articles/2choppe...inja/page1.php
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hi guys,
check out this link to the 2 choppers made out of bullet.....
the modification job is done by Onkarpreet of MODBIKE......

http://www.xbhp.com/articles/2choppe...inja/page1.php
cool....just curious how much modding a bullet to a chopper costs?
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Old 4th August 2007, 15:29   #19
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I had 3 twin cylinder Royal Enfields at one time.

1. 1955 500 Twin - Karnataka registration. Bike presently in Mumbai
2. 1955 500 Twin - Ananthapur registration. Bike presently in Hyderabad
3. 1960 700 Constellation. Maharashtra registration. Registered in Bangalore now.

Sad, but for various reasons I had to let them go one after the other.
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Old 6th August 2007, 16:09   #20
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It is amazing well done job. I fact I thought it to be a functional one good I read the thread to find, its a dummy one.
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Old 29th August 2007, 20:03   #21
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I had 3 twin cylinder Royal Enfields at one time.

1. 1955 500 Twin - Karnataka registration. Bike presently in Mumbai
2. 1955 500 Twin - Ananthapur registration. Bike presently in Hyderabad
3. 1960 700 Constellation. Maharashtra registration. Registered in Bangalore now.

Sad, but for various reasons I had to let them go one after the other.
can you post some Pics please...
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I had 3 twin cylinder Royal Enfields at one time.

1. 1955 500 Twin - Karnataka registration. Bike presently in Mumbai
2. 1955 500 Twin - Ananthapur registration. Bike presently in Hyderabad
3. 1960 700 Constellation. Maharashtra registration. Registered in Bangalore now.

Sad, but for various reasons I had to let them go one after the other.
WOW. all are super duper rare bikes. too bad u had to let them go.
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Anyone seen the Fiero 300c V-Twin? It actually works and is no dummy. Its the only known fully functional V-twin developed in India. Awesome is all I can say about its power and performance.
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Anyone seen the 300cc V-Twin Fiero? And its no dummy, it actually works. Power & performance go with it. Its really awesome.
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Guys wating eagerly for the pics ........
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Anyone seen the 300cc V-Twin Fiero? And its no dummy, it actually works. Power & performance go with it. Its really awesome.
Your talking about Venugopal right
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Here is the bike ,it has been entered in the limca book of records .For being the first V-twin india.


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Yeah, Rtech this is good. Quality stuff like this is hard to come by. Like F50 says, there's a bloke that does the genuine article with the second cylinder to make a V-twin 1000 Bullet, and it seemed like brilliant engineering too. Wonder if it was that Brit nuclear engineer who used to make CBXs and Z1300 into V-12s, and couple of mind-boggling V-8s?
Another less hair-brained but equally spectacular machine is the Drysdale V-8 built outside Melb in Oz. (I got the soundtrack on me cell phone, mates). Drysdale- in a stroke of genius- uses a donor Yam FZ1000 engine to circumvent sticky Oz laws that require guarantees for spares availability for a fixed number of years after the machine leaves the die. I've heard he sells mostly to ex-racers; at 70K AUD, I'd figure they're the only blokes with that kind of moolah. I love the styling: she's a 'naked', but neither sit-up-and-beg nor crouching tiger. Wish we'd see more Aussie stylists come out from under their bushels.

Any news on the Brit who custom-builds Norton Manxes and BSA Gold Stars? This petrolhead's prayer? A Goldie built with modern materials.
Mo Theresa, hope you're listening :-)
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He should have left out the Harley Logo's,but great custom job though.
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you guys appreciate a second cylinder over the gear box..
dud.. heloo..
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