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Old 13th March 2011, 22:24   #676
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Saw this Jawa a couple of days back.
That bike is maintained so sweet... damn, it probably the only bile I saw on this thread taht I didnt even want to put my muddy boots on...

VERY NICE.

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Old 13th March 2011, 22:27   #677
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Anyone seen a conversion done on a RE... gearbox+brake swap?
PIctures or even scheme/procedure and est cost would do for starters.

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Old 23rd March 2011, 11:25   #678
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i hav put 19-t front & 36-t rear sprocket on my classic 500.
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@Konjaril: Is that the Pulsar digi speedo on your CBZ? How did you manage to get a digital output?
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Old 4th April 2011, 23:31   #680
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@Konjaril: Is that the Pulsar digi speedo on your CBZ? How did you manage to get a digital output?
well that was a very difficult task. the electronics of the bike was modified using pulsar electronics.
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i hav put 19-t front & 36-t rear sprocket on my classic 500.
Hi Harish,
How is the performance of the bull now?
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i hav put 19-t front & 36-t rear sprocket on my classic 500.
Think you did for higher speeds, whats the max like now??

Also tell us what were the stock sizes, where do you get these from & the cost element as well. And a closeup of front sprocket as fitted on the shaft if you please.
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Chech out the Ninjafied Pulsar . Looks wierd though

Mods- Please move this post weird and wacky mod jobs if you feel too wacky with this.
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Chech out the Ninjafied Pulsar . Looks wierd though
OMG
Poor man's Ninja
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Chech out the Ninjafied Pulsar . Looks wierd though

Mods- Please move this post weird and wacky mod jobs if you feel too wacky with this.
Whoever has done it, has done a commendable job, its a poser bike though.
Also did anyone notice the Dual Disc setup up front and the mono shock at the rear, it even has the same IRC tyres the stock 250R sports.
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Whoever has done it, has done a commendable job, its a poser bike though.
Also did anyone notice the Dual Disc setup up front and the mono shock at the rear, it even has the same IRC tyres the stock 250R sports.
+1. that's a nice conversion. like you said, poor man's Ninja
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Some kinetic moped modified to be a solar scooter. comes with an ORVM as well.

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edit : i think this pic belongs to weird and whacky thread? mods do the honors if applicable.

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Some kinetic moped modified to be a solar scooter. comes with an ORVM as well.

edit : i think this pic belongs to weird and whacky thread? mods do the honors if applicable.
What so ever it may be, a good initiative to save nature
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Check these out. Ninjafied 220 and SBK'd 220s
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I thought we had a common thread for all "identify this bike" posts.. anyways.

Spotted this "cocktail bike" in Ooty . Can you identify what bike it is?

Engine, chassis & utility box look like Hero Honda CD100 / Splendor / Passion. Tank, speedometer, headlamp & indicator lights look like Thunderbird. Side box looks like Rajdoot. Suspension, seats & tyres I'm not sure. Exhaust also looks like HH but I'm not sure.

Are such bikes legal? Sure looks interesting, and I would like to ride it .

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