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Old 18th June 2010, 21:28   #631
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^ actually this guy has a rocket silencer, bigger tank, custum paint job, alloy wheels, custum speedo, bigger handle, custom number plates and backlight, maybe a bigger tyre and a thunderbord seat , cant see the front
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Old 19th June 2010, 20:14   #632
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I too feel the engine covers are dummy. I'll confirm when I see this bike again.

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Here is a better picture of the RE I posted earlier. The engine covers are dummy.


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Old 26th June 2010, 23:21   #633
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This is a pulsar 180 modded into a duke streetfighter. Great work though. Excellent work efficiency of the modifier shown on the job.
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This is a pulsar 180 modded into a duke streetfighter. Great work though. Excellent work efficiency of the modifier shown on the job.
the bike looks stunning. i just feel the mid-section feels kinda weird. like someone removed its stomach
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Old 27th June 2010, 16:45   #635
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This is a pulsar 180 modded into a duke streetfighter. Great work though. Excellent work efficiency of the modifier shown on the job.
If I am not wrong you too are trying something similar to your Yammie right ?
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Old 29th June 2010, 20:02   #636
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This is a pulsar 180 modded into a duke streetfighter. Great work though. Excellent work efficiency of the modifier shown on the job.
Its modded by a Indonesian, i've seen some really neat mods and paint jobs on their forums. They also tune the ECU of the bike.
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Old 22nd August 2010, 21:01   #637
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Default Honda unicorn up-gradation.

May be this not the modifications you expect. My 2005 Unicorn was modded to 2010 (at least tried to ). It has been 5 years and I was seriously thinking of purchasing a new Unicorn, but the thought of parting my baby was heart breaking. But I needed a new look for my bike too. Thus came the idea of updation and was done by a mechanic and a friend of mine,who deals with only Honda two wheelers. It was done in three stages, thus avoiding a pocket drain.
See the pictures and judge.
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Old 24th August 2010, 10:32   #638
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May be this not the modifications you expect. My 2005 Unicorn was modded to 2010 (at least tried to ). It has been 5 years and I was seriously thinking of purchasing a new Unicorn, but the thought of parting my baby was heart breaking. But I needed a new look for my bike too. Thus came the idea of updation and was done by a mechanic and a friend of mine,who deals with only Honda two wheelers. It was done in three stages, thus avoiding a pocket drain.
See the pictures and judge.
Nice resurrection
I guess the belly is from the the stunner?
Can you please give the total cost(in break ups),if possible.
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Old 24th August 2010, 22:36   #639
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Nice resurrection
I guess the belly is from the the stunner?
Can you please give the total cost(in break ups),if possible.
Hi rakesh_r, thanks. The work was done in a timespan of 6 months in three stages. Ill give you a rough break up of things I remember. The products used was a mixture of new and sparingly used Honda genuine parts. I had to start from the start.
1st stage : Engine over-hauling. There was some problem with the piston. All the replacement and labor cost came to around Rs8500.
2nd stage : 1. Front disc changed. Got it from second hand market, and was in good condition. (rs 500). The assembly was retained from my old unicorn.
2. SS rims were replaced by black alloys (rs 5000).
3. Front visor was replaced by new model, broad visor, again from second hand market. (Rs 500).
3rd stage : Paint job, sticker works, logos (rs 3500). Side cowls were replaced by new model ones (cost, im not sure, was OE from showroom.), Battery was moved from left to right to accommodate the cowl, Slight modifications were done on the silencer. I think I shelled out rs 4500 for this.)
This is all I can remember, and after this, the vehicle looked brand new.
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Hey guys,

this is MUSTANG, my latest creation, let me know what you think, specs below,

350cc Electra ES

Font and rear discs

fat front tyre and fatter rear

chassis modded for that dragster stance

Sculpted Bodywork

and a lot of sweat, blood and grease and this the first of our Street rod styled bikes, stay tuned for "SHADOW 500" and "WOLVERINE",

Ride safe and let me know what you think.
Excellent workmanship! Can we have look at the rear section from the left side of the bike, please? There is no photo from that angle!
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A very neat matt black paintjob on an RE ! The pic doesn't do justice ! It looks extremely beautiful in flesh !
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Old 8th September 2010, 21:28   #642
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Check out the FZ-R15 cross. Got this pic from a friend in orkut. It doesn't look much modded right?
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Old 13th September 2010, 11:31   #643
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Here's a Modded bike to a hayabusa. It was taken at MTS promotional ceremony.
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Old 21st October 2010, 13:31   #644
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Found this bike in my office parking lot. The work done was very good and proportional. The engine looked like a 100cc HH engine , but on closer inspection it looked a little different.


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Old 21st October 2010, 14:58   #645
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Found this bike in my office parking lot. The work done was very good and proportional. The engine looked like a 100cc HH engine , but on closer inspection it looked a little different.
the work is good but not proportionate IMHO. the engine looks to punny compared to the tank and panels on the bike. i think an Enfield engine would have done justice to the mods. Or atleast a 150cc engine. I like the paint job on the tank though.
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