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Old 18th October 2010, 20:21   #1
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Hey Guys,that's my new design with specifications

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Old 18th October 2010, 23:01   #2
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wow.. Great work of art.

Very similar to those appearing in American Choppers TV show.
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Old 18th October 2010, 23:27   #3
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Looks good, except the front mag wheel. That's the only thing which reminds me 'common' bikes arround. Can it be similar to the rear one?? Hey graphics could have been better. What you say?
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Old 19th October 2010, 10:55   #4
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nice..nice.. really liked your work buddy.

Btw i see a hand gear lever there? care to share some info on that? also more pics pleeaasee
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Old 19th October 2010, 11:33   #5
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amazing dude. really nice concept and keep up this great spirit!!
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Old 19th October 2010, 11:53   #6
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Apart from the spec mentioned above, I notice an AVL engine, probably and Pulsar's alloy wheels in the front right?

But 2 things are of puzzling to me...
1. Why a standard 350CC needs 500cc clutch assy & why not the 350's?
2. Why a hand shifter instead of placing it along with the forward controls?
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Old 19th October 2010, 17:03   #7
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1. Why a standard 350CC needs 500cc clutch assy & why not the 350's?
The heavy clutch of the 500cc would help achieve smoother gear shifts, better pickup (less clutch slippage) and top end.
Its a good upgrade, if you are into cruising and long rides. However, with the 500cc clutch, the bike will jerk at low speeds. One can't ride like the G2s (low speeds in the top gear).

aargee, its the cast iron engine.

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Welcome Khalidaro.

I had seen the unveiling video.

The bike is huge and looks modern.

I could spot the PSP, but where is the GPS unit and the music system.

Also one question. Doesn't the light setup cause any visibility problems?

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Old 20th October 2010, 02:01   #9
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Very very nice. I like what you did the with rear swing arm and shocks. Did you custom make these parts? Boy I wish I had a metal factory to make these parts
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Old 20th October 2010, 16:15   #10
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Looks ultracool, Khalidaro.

The design and execution, to me, is very niiiicee.
The fit and finish also look fabulous.
Do you do this as a one off, for yourself, commercially?

Do write more about yourself.

Maybe you could share some more high res pics.
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Old 23rd October 2010, 22:23   #11
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Thank's a lot for the comment,

Ok, Before answering the question, let me introduces myself:
I am Khalid, and I have my own setup, Khalidaro Design, I have been in this industry for around 5 years. Have designed many bikes, u can see my design on my facebook page

About the bike:

I usually design bike , on themes.
This bike is based on my dream car Ford Mustang, I always wanted this car, since my class V. At this point of time, I can’t afford, so, What the heck!, I design my own mustang. Coming to the making, I got to make my mustang keeping in mind the limited resources, and the major limit is 'moolah'. So its a blend of limited resources and unlimited creativity.
One of major highlight of the Mustang is its Power. Yes to do that 350cc(limited resources) was assembled with 500cc clutch assembly ,with bigger piston. So now, I get best pickup, top speed of not less then 140 with not to forget the huge 200mm rear tire. @'aargee' is answered rightly by jeeva, & like he mentioned 'the bike will jerk...' yes it's true, but since the bike is heavy in its mass (more than the regular bullet) jerk is not a problem . @Hammerhead: Yes, It can be similar to the rear, but the cost will shoot up, the graphic is of GT stripes, to keep up the with Mustang theme. ‘For don’t mess with me’ looks we have tank inbuilt lights So, That’s my MUSTANG
@Argee: It’s a standard 350 engine, Yes the front wheel is pulsar’s rear alloy, as it a light weight. Again, ease in availability of parts in future is my main concern.
@ Srk: The music system is inbuilt. GPS slot is vacant, Lights are long distances projector lamp with HID bulbs (x 2), it enhances the visibility will uploads the video soon
@Jeocreatives: yes they are Custom made, have proper setup
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Old 24th October 2010, 07:14   #12
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@Khalid - Pardon my noob questions as I'm not a bulleter
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Yes to do that 350cc(limited resources) was assembled with 500cc clutch assembly ,with bigger piston. So now, I get best pickup, top speed of not less then 140 with not to forget the huge 200mm rear tire.
If there's a bigger piston plonked in, shouldn't the size of cylinder also be changed? So wouldn't that become a 350+ cc?

So how about the push rods, tappets & crankshafts? Shouldn't that also be changed or strengthened?

And again, if the same thing would've been done on 500cc, would that have even more top end? Oh!! but again the clutch would become an issue is it?

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@'aargee' is answered rightly by jeeva, & like he mentioned 'the bike will jerk...' yes it's true, but since the bike is heavy in its mass (more than the regular bullet) jerk is not a problem.
Just like the same concept in old Indica right?

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we have tank inbuilt lights
How did you take the wirings? Wouldn't the lights heat up the tank on continuous use? Also, wouldn't the front inverted suspension block the light source when the bike is turned to left or right? Or is it just a feeling due to the looks of the bike?

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Yes the front wheel is pulsarís rear alloy, as it a light weight. Again, ease in availability of parts in future is my main concern.
That's a very smart idea I would say. Atleast, most of the parts are available from B.A.L on the shelves. So finding most B.A.L spares aren't that difficult.
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If there's a bigger piston plonked in, shouldn't the size of cylinder also be changed? So wouldn't that become a 350+ cc?

So how about the push rods, tappets & crankshafts? Shouldn't that also be changed or strengthened?

And again, if the same thing would've been done on 500cc, would that have even more top end? Oh!! but again the clutch would become an issue is it?
Only size of cylinder is changed by 20 size piston to 60 which makes it 350cc +,since the piston is company made, crankshaft, push rod,tappets, connecting rod , is all maintained the same. For converting the 350cc to 500cc have to change all mentioned above including head and block,which I would be doing for the next project, u can catch the making on the website metioned on the picture.

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Just like the same concept in old Indica right?
Its way different from Indica concept, will upload the video soon.You will get a better picture


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How did you take the wirings? Wouldn't the lights heat up the tank on continuous use?
Tank look like 25L capacity , but its only 12 L, considering the bike gives a good milage of 20 kmpl. This allow the feasibility of separate section of wiring and proper spacing or gap of 3inch between the light and the oil tank Plus the cross ventilation, which wont produce any pressure or gas.


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Also, wouldn't the front inverted suspension block the light source when the bike is turned to left or right? Or is it just a feeling due to the looks of the bike?
Initially, we used reflector light, but faced this problem, later the use of projector lamp solved it.Again the use of light as two source wont block the light. Thus maintaing not only the look but also the functionality

Sorry for the late reply, just keeping busy with my next project!
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Old 25th October 2010, 23:06   #14
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Hello Kalidaro,
What is the size of your front and rear tires?
I like the Yamaha Fazer style Rear Swing arm. Was this custom made, or did you modify one with Fazer as the base?
Is the base Frame that of an Enfield? Was it custom raked? What is the angle now?
What is the length of the front end?

Is there any math required to find a perfect match between the rear wheel size, Front wheel size, and front end rake angle? The reason why I am asking is, what if the rear wheel is so small that the frame tilts downwards by a small angle? Will this affect the working of the bike?

(I apologize if the questions are quite basic)
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Old 25th October 2010, 23:23   #15
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What front fork is that?
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