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Old 3rd February 2009, 17:14   #106
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Maaan! What a rebuild! Congrats on your new bike.
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Old 3rd February 2009, 17:20   #107
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Woow!!!! Kapil Gorgeous, Wonderful, Absolutely Beautiful .. Words are Stuck in my Mouth . I knew she would turn out to be a head turned & I was not Wrong.. Congrats Man keep her like that always.. A BIG to the RX
100. Now you must share the Pricing & Part Details Piece by Piece so that
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@ kapiljolly : Just one word, WOOOW . Kudos to you.
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Old 3rd February 2009, 18:32   #109
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Thanks Ram. My new bike. I love the sound of that.

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Thanks badboy. Appreciated.

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Old 3rd February 2009, 19:11   #110
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Hey. Thanks buddy. I will have to take some time to list out the expenses part by part. I have to really sort out the list because of a few freebies, but will have it listed as well.

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Woow!!!! Kapil Gorgeous, Wonderful, Absolutely Beautiful .. Words are Stuck in my Mouth . I knew she would turn out to be a head turned & I was not Wrong.. Congrats Man keep her like that always.. A BIG to the RX
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other RX Lovers can have an idea of what it Costs to rebuild the Superb Rx 100.

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Old 3rd February 2009, 20:32   #111
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Why do I feel that the front tyre has treads in reverse direction?

I thought they should be pointing downwards, or it this correct? Somehow, looks different to me.
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Old 3rd February 2009, 21:45   #112
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Awesome Rebuild, Have a Safe and Enjoy the Ride, Cat is Out of the Box and Rock on Streets.

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Old 3rd February 2009, 23:32   #113
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Kapil jee the bike is looking amazing and i would like to ask what head lamp are you using it some how does not seem to be from RX100
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Hi Kapil,
Did you changed the stock CDI along with 12v electricals as well?

Thanks.
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It would be great if you could upload a video with sound : would love to hear the sound of that engine !
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the rx is already a beauty. you have done an exceptional job man! certainly looks just out of the showroom. and the bigger headlamp isnt looking out of the place at all. its quite good. it must be more functional too. am i right?
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Default Headlight.

Hey guys. Yes, thats not the stock headlight. Its the suzuki samurai headlight. And its a bolt on fit. Its got better asthetics than the smaller yamaha dome. And a better light focus too.

@vaasu, yes, we've moved to a newer cdi to support the 12V circuitry.

I shall also try and upload a video in a day or so. Will be sending the bike today for transfer of registration and test of fitness. So shall be punching the number plates out today. Yes, I have my own plate punching machines too but thats a different story. See you guys soon.
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Looks fresh out of the showroom!
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Perfect! Has come out really well, and just looks like from the production line! You need to get a black powder coated straight bar crash rod to complete the looks
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Default Crash guard

Jaggu Bhai, I'm considering the inverted butterfly one. I've lilked that one more and had the same one earlier. Desideep is helping me source the heavy guage one that came on these as standard accesory from dealerships. The single crash rods came in much later and were aftermarket fitments.

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