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Old 2nd September 2009, 22:16   #301
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@SPS: Isn't that wind shield making making your handling a bit tougher? I guess it's somewhat heavy! That's the reason I didn't prefer that on my RE.

@Arun: Nice bike but didn't like the color though! You got the pictures with bike completed assembled?

@Ashok: Very well kept bike man. 60s look is always a good look!
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Old 6th September 2009, 19:15   #302
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Default A new relationship with my new bull

hello Everyone, it's a joy to be a part of this community. i bought a bull on 26th june this year, here are some pics.

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Old 6th September 2009, 19:21   #303
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Default 1952 350 restored

@ ?ushk@r, thanks !

Here are some pics of my friend's 1952 bullet.
This one is a beauty; wish I had clearer pictures.
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Old 6th September 2009, 23:06   #304
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Shan, your bike's looking beautiful.
I like that wide number plate.

BTW, the world will remember the day you bought your bull. That is the day when the King of Pop moonwalked away. :(
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Old 6th September 2009, 23:36   #305
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hi ! Thanks for the comment.

Infact i heard this news at the bullet showroom in haridwar, i am basically from dehradun, but as my uncle owns that brand store i bought the BULL from there.. :( , but i never realised till today, its sad for me too :(
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Old 10th September 2009, 18:10   #306
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Default Here are some pics of my 500

These pics were taken during my coorg ride.
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Old 19th September 2009, 02:12   #307
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Default Here's my Birdie,2003 Tbird

Hi folks.
Below are soem pics of my Birdie,a 2003 super tuned Thunderbird

Mods done so far:-
1. Upswept powder coated Goldstar
2. Custom Single seat(Coz no one supported me, when I paid for it)
3. Dirt track Handle bar fr extra strength and support

Clocked just 40000 kms yet.
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Old 19th September 2009, 09:12   #308
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These pics were taken during my coorg ride.
Hey, cool bike, liked the seats very much, does the pillion sitter feel comfortable on long drives, I am planning on getting one, just wanna know your experience with respect to comfort with those seats.

Cheers, keep rocking !
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2. Custom Single seat(Coz no one supported me, when I paid for it)
Hey Saruabh, the seat is good don't bother about others .. be your own, even liked the chromed mirrors very much, where are those from ? And the cover for the headlamp, man .. that's so thoughtful.

Cheers.

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Old 19th September 2009, 12:48   #309
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Hey, cool bike, liked the seats very much, does the pillion sitter feel comfortable on long drives, I am planning on getting one, just wanna know your experience with respect to comfort with those seats.

Cheers, keep rocking !


Hey Saruabh, the seat is good don't bother about others .. be your own, even liked the chromed mirrors very much, where are those from ? And the cover for the headlamp, man .. that's so thoughtful.

Cheers.
I just got it frm my nearby auto parts dealer.Its easily available in Karol Bgah,New Delhi.
The Headlight cover is just a protection frm Dust and stones when I am doing off roading.
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Old 19th September 2009, 15:52   #310
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Default Nice looking bike

Sans @ very nice looking bike ,the seat looks cool.

The dirt type handle bar IMO does not quite suit the over all bullet image though, but that's subjective.

Question : In a Tbird can the tank mounting be lowered ? To make it more flattish as opposed it pointing a little upwards.
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Old 21st September 2009, 11:19   #311
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Hey, cool bike, liked the seats very much, does the pillion sitter feel comfortable on long drives, I am planning on getting one, just wanna know your experience with respect to comfort with those seats.
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Well my friend who sat at the back during the ride told me the pillion seat is pretty comfortable, they are also spring loaded.

Regarding the front seat I felt it comfortable but for a very very long ride( read non stop ride for more than 2 hours) I wish it were a bit more soft.

Another thing i would advice you is that take extra caution for you wallet in your back pocket for the split seat. My wallet popped out thrice from my pocket with this seat!!!!
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Old 21st September 2009, 15:31   #312
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Default 1983 - RE STD 350cc

Here's my 1983 STD 350cc Bull, Am looking to make some minor changes cosmetically.

I personally do not prefer the alloys, however when I bought the bike it came along with the alloys so will be riding along with them until I manage to have some excess funds after which I will be switching back to rims.
  • The handle bar was having a supporting rod, which I have sawed of on the sunday morning to avoid my nephew from getting a broken tooth just incase I end up braking hard. Have stuck small rubbers on the handle bar to cover the edges which were a little sharp.
  • Crash gaurd has been painted black at home in my liesure time.
  • Changed indicator glass from transperant to amber colour as it somehow manages to compliment the black look.
Since right now I would not be able to go for rims, I was planning on painitng the alloys "Matt Black".

Do let me know if it sounds good to go ahead with the paint job.
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Old 22nd September 2009, 12:30   #313
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Well my friend who sat at the back during the ride told me the pillion seat is pretty comfortable, they are also spring loaded.
Regarding the front seat I felt it comfortable but for a very very long ride( read non stop ride for more than 2 hours) I wish it were a bit more soft.

Ya thats right, the springs are the one's that got me attracted. I know the softness you are talking about, sometimes I used to pray for a bumper to come along, so that my behind gets a break . I wish we had more options to customize the seats. Anyone with sources on seats (softer ones) ?
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Here are the pics of my new bullet, hardly two weeks old
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