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Old 26th June 2013, 14:41   #781
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Hi Guys,

I'm in a state of quandary. I own a '08 Honda Stunner and recently removed all the fibre, headlights and the tail light assembly of my bike because of continuous rattling issues. I'm not looking to fit those parts back again but planning to do install some aftermarket stuff. For now, I have thought of a round/dual headlamp assembly, a FZ handlebar and a LED tail lamp assembly.

I need the opinion of the special ones whether these things are possible on the stunner. If yes, can somebody suggest me the place from where I can source these things in Pune and the best place to get them installed.

I'm also looking for an engine overhaul, but will hold onto that till I get to know about the fairing part.


Please Help!
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Old 1st July 2013, 19:35   #782
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Hey SoumenD! How much did Race Concepts charge you for the bore and free flow exhaust installations, individually?
Sorry buddy dint login for a long time, so missed your post. Well, I got it done 3+ years back around 2010 march. I took it as a combo(exhaust+bore) and dont remember exactly how much I paid but definitely around 10grands+/-

Mine was probably the 15th bike Joel(The man behind Race Concepts) worked on when the name Race Concepts was not yet coined.
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Old 11th July 2013, 00:53   #783
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My 2006 Pulsar 150 DTSi. Has run over 80,000 kms till now. Still returns a mileage between 55 and 60kmpl
Must say Real clean job. You have really managed to keep the identity of the vehicle intact while improvising on the looks. I must say that we need a change over a period of time & this is it. Decent work.
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Old 6th August 2013, 17:10   #784
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My 1986 std Royal Enfield 350 bobber.
Wanted to know which tyres you are using.
Also, have you made any kind of fork extensions to give it the lowrider look?
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Old 6th August 2013, 19:12   #785
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Must say Real clean job. You have really managed to keep the identity of the vehicle intact while improvising on the looks. I must say that we need a change over a period of time & this is it. Decent work.
Thanks Bigcat. The painting was a DIY job. Did it myself using two matte-black aerosol cans. The bike does not look like that now. I have changed the headlights back to single.
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Old 26th September 2013, 13:18   #786
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Sharing this fantastic bobber modification of RE Thunderbird. This is done by fellow RE club member Monal Shah here in Pune.
Seen the bike in person and have to say very well executed.
Some highlights -
1. 4 months in making
2. 19 inch front wheel, and Avon 5.00-16s rear wheel
3. real cool see through fuel gauge outside of tank
4. chain link rear brake connecting link
5. Springer front end

Full story in his own words - http://www.firelords.in/2013/09/ramp...n-the-journey/
This mod probably deserves a thread if mods permit.

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Old 22nd October 2013, 16:58   #787
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Rahul Vijayan shared this on our Facebook page:
Indian Custom Street Fighter "VeNoM"

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Old 15th November 2013, 19:33   #788
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We met the Mocha Bike Association in one of our Spiti Trips and this Thunderbird modded for offroading fascinated us very much. Quite a looker she was:

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Old 15th November 2013, 21:46   #789
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Rahul Vijayan shared this on our Facebook page:
Indian Custom Street Fighter "VeNoM"

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Excellent post, I guess this was helped by Mr. Chinmay, if I read it correctly.

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We met the Mocha Bike Association in one of our Spiti Trips and this Thunderbird modded for offroading fascinated us very much. Quite a looker she was:
Cool one, but not to break the bubble, I think it was made an ADV lookalike with a raiser front fender...

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Old 15th January 2014, 12:17   #790
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my friend's classic modded by Vardenchi
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Hi all, Posting a beautiful DUKE photographed by Abin Abraham.

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Hi all, Posting a beautiful DUKE photographed by Abin Abraham.

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That's his own Duke. If you would be a part of the KTM Duke 200 groups, you would see many more colorful dukes.
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Sharing this fantastic bobber modification of RE Thunderbird. This is done by fellow RE club member Monal Shah here in Pune.
Nice work . The overall retro feel is there. The front end deserves a huge round of applause. The fuel tank is the only point of difference of opinion. Cant understand why he had to give it such a steep look (camel's hump )?

P.S: I'm not a bike guy. This is just a personal opinion, no offense meant.
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That's his own Duke. If you would be a part of the KTM Duke 200 groups, you would see many more colorful dukes.
Please share some of them.
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Hi all, A stunning bike for all my mates. Have a rocking Sunday!!
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