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Old 15th March 2008, 11:21   #1
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With your valuable feedback on the 800, Check out my 1993 Suzuki Samurai with mild mods...Free Flow, Bored out to 110 CC, K & N filter, Front Disc' with 18" front & 16" rear...Tops at 125Km/H..Nowdays used for shopping in close quarters...lies idle most of the time...Once in a while get the revs to hit on the higher side to keep it in shape...shortly would be switching to Pulsar Front Forks & Alloys...

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Old 15th March 2008, 18:57   #2
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Hey that a very nice looking bike. Never thought a bike would look good in white.

Those discs look rather small. Are they from another bike? How much does it cost?
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The Discs are petal disc, an aftermarket one which I picked up in Chennai. I paid 1500 Rs for the Disc Rotor.
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Hey that a very nice looking bike. Never thought a bike would look good in white.

Those discs look rather small. Are they from another bike? How much does it cost?
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I owned a 1993 Samurai for about 11 years and it never let me down once.

@Mridul: The bike looks good in white, no doubt. There is one thing that caught my attention which is the absence of a grab rail on the tail light panel. In my opinion, it would enhance the looks of the bike if you can fit one on the likes of the Fiero, CBZ and paint that black or in some contrasting colour(maybe in red since you already have the front shocks etc in red).
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good paint job.
Bike looks awesome in white .
even i feel the same the contrasting coloured grab rail on the tail light panel would enhance the looks of the bike .
And black powdercoating on the exhaust (only the black part ,untouch the chrome)will be superb..

Bikes awesome in white .
Even i feel the same the contrasting colour of grab rail on the tail light panel would enhance the looks,
And Powercoat the exhaust with black color untouch the chrome part it will look awesome..

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Is that your car?? i've seen it so many times in Cathedral road, Nice looking car!
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