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Old 1st May 2011, 23:16   #691
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R15 modded into a Wannabe R1
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that is hilarious.and what was the owner even thinking when he purchased the fz rear tyre.the profile is just out of order.
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Any place in Bangalore when I can get my bike modified? [Wind 125]

All I want is the front changed from Drums to Disks. This would mean changing the complete front including handle bars. I would probably go for a solid looking set.
Also planning to change the exhaust with a growlier note.

Appreciate your help guys.
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Old 7th May 2011, 14:48   #694
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Hi chip, thanks for the comment. the rear rim spokes are bent in a very uniform manner to enter the rims orifaces which were drilled by us. the work is done by an expert on spokes and rims. the wheel is so perfect and true that you wont bilieve its a hand job.
It think you should ditch steel rims for alloys. will look much better
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It think you should ditch steel rims for alloys. will look much better
wanted the retro look buddy, hence opted for the rims

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1979 Modded RE Std 350.
wow! that is one awesome RE!

IMO: lose the stickers (front shocks and battery box) and the 350 painted on the rear swing arm - it will give the bike a clean look.
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Old 9th May 2011, 21:33   #697
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wow! that is one awesome RE!

IMO: lose the stickers (front shocks and battery box) and the 350 painted on the rear swing arm - it will give the bike a clean look.
Sure will. Actually, in the process of doing that. Problem is those arent stickers on the swing-arm, its painted, so, getting that off is also going to take some weight off my wallet. Working on an exhaust pipe for the bike as of now.
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Old 10th May 2011, 00:09   #698
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Yes, i logged back to Team-Bhp after a very long time and thought i should share my bike pictures, didn't know that image hosting websites are no more required here now. My apologies for that Moderators.

So, here are the pictures again.

1979 Modified RE STD 350
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here are some more pictures ..
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My designs on the Pulsar 200, 180 Yamaha R15 as well as some helmets.

I have been associated with bikes since a very long time. After working for automobile magazines, this interest became a passion as I got to ride a variety of bikes. Even after leaving this profession, I am still attached to my present bike (Pulsar 200).

The problem with me is, neither can I sit idle nor do I let my bike sit idle. There is always something going on and I keep changing the look of my bike. The outcome is not always good but then, that's how it is. Even if I do not ride my bike extensively (terrified of parking it on Pune's streets), I keep on working on her in some way or the other. Then, there are always some friends who want to have their bikes' looks enhanced and I am only too pleased to help!

I have also been custom painting helmets for some time and in the past, I have designed helmets for Adil Darukhanawala (Editor - Zigwheels, Former editor - Bike / Car India, Overdrive, Car & Bike) as well as my friends. My wife, who is a qualified artist has hand painted one of my own helmet taking inspiration from Rossi's many helmets.

I have uploaded a few of my recent creations here -
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very very tastefully done..especially the last helmet job..kudos to your wife on this sir.. anyways i think the best combo i liked on your 200 is the orange and matt black..just classic. cheers again!
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1979 Modified RE STD 350
Wonderful execution. Can I have a ride?

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Excellent man!! I like the Pulsar 200 except for the handle bar.
But, everything is a neat job.
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Old 12th May 2011, 10:11   #703
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Me. Boss, thank you. I have changed my bike's handlebar with that of a Bajaj Avenger is order to get a slightly upright riding stance. This helps in a comfortable ride as well as the bike handles better.
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very very tastefully done..especially the last helmet job..kudos to your wife on this sir.. anyways i think the best combo i liked on your 200 is the orange and matt black..just classic. cheers again!
+1 to that! like the orange and black Pulsar. its a little bold, but hey - who wants to be part of the crowd!

awesome job mate. nice helmets too
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Me. Boss, thank you. I have changed my bike's handlebar with that of a Bajaj Avenger is order to get a slightly upright riding stance. This helps in a comfortable ride as well as the bike handles better.
Amar,

I love you mods. The helmet done by your wife, made my day. On the other note, I am changing my Avenger handelbar to that Yamaha FZ for a more comfortable ride and relaxed shoulders. .

Also There is a PM for you.
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