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Old 2nd February 2009, 21:38   #76
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I heard "green" was the way to go, I didnt know this was it.
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Old 6th February 2009, 01:08   #77
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Waiting for your comments on this one. To me it was truly weird and wacky.

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holy goat!! thats what it was before it became Golly good seat! hope this guy would meet maneka gandhi or even tenzing sherpa! LOL

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What type of modification is this?
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It has nice alloys too.
Now, what do we call this, I heard of the venus flytrap - a plant that traps and eats flys.. never heard of the Jupiter Biketrap - tree that traps and eats yamaha bikes and makes people wonder.
Hope its not some guy who parked in a mangrove and went to take a leak.. to return to find his bike is lunch to the local bikevourous champion (2 bikes in one day) i'm dreaming!!!

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Old 30th March 2009, 13:20   #78
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HI,

Saw this bike on Kanakapura Road, Bangalore. A 350 cc ES modified to look like ghost bike. The owner and his friend did the modification on this bike. Snake is the silencer with two vents. One on left short travel and other continued line to the mouth of serpent. I felt the engine power is far too less to pull. Instead he could have fitted a M800 engine.
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HI,

Saw this bike on Kanakapura Road, Bangalore. A 350 cc ES modified to look like ghost bike. The owner and his friend did the modification on this bike. Snake is the silencer with two vents. One on left short travel and other continued line to the mouth of serpent. I felt the engine power is far too less to pull. Instead he could have fitted a M800 engine.
The quality of work is very good. Especially the serpant silencer
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This is seriously one of the best I've come across..!! great work guys.. keep em coming..
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wow oh man this is hilarious who did this bike,dwarka do post
more pics of this bike.
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Here are some more pictures of the m/c that Dwarak posted.

It may have it's shortcomings BUT the quality of workmanship was great. hats off to the person who did this work.

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PS: Pics taken by Siddhartha using Amrit's camera and then shared by Mukund
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The guy has passion no doubt and is good at his work (fabrication).

What's the plastic bottle for?
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wow oh man this is hilarious who did this bike,dwarka do post
more pics of this bike.
Here you go! Courtesy Mr. Punja, Siddartha's friend
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What's the plastic bottle for?
I'm no bike expert but I'm going to guess that it's for drinking water.
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The silencer right around the bike will it not cause hardhip for the pillion rider when it heats up.
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That's a cool looking bike but I feel the pillion will have a really tough time with the silencer!

The ODO is set on the front suspension fork! How will one be able to see it while riding?
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the son was kinda scared and the wife was very proud of her husband's creation , see how the kid is holding on to his father , and the look on the wife's face just before they took off .

hats off to the guy for pulling off something like that even though its crazy as hell.

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One hell of a diabolic bike.must
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HI,

Saw this bike on Kanakapura Road, Bangalore. A 350 cc ES modified to look like ghost bike. The owner and his friend did the modification on this bike. Snake is the silencer with two vents. One on left short travel and other continued line to the mouth of serpent. I felt the engine power is far too less to pull. Instead he could have fitted a M800 engine.
dwarak sir , did you get the guy's address and phone number , anyway you have a bullet , you now also have a spare 970cc gypsy engine. lol
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