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Old 2nd August 2006, 03:10   #1
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These bikes look really fancy- check it out.
http://www.candscustom.com/Gallery.html
May be works fine on a dragstrip. But for all other practical purposes - its useless.
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Hey prasadee, thanks for the link man.


Yea, I guess these bikes are with a single purpose: not meant to do mcuh else. They do look FANTASTIC though.
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Does anyone have any other links to sites where I can get hi res pics of custom bikes?

I dont mean customised superbikes, I mean the softails and custom-bodied cruisers.
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Wooow, that Gixxer looks like a beast. Thanx so much for sharing.
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Custom bikes like these very rarely perform as good as they look. But man, they look good !!!
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the gixxer and the likes will be very suitable for dragging because even the stock bikes will wheelie off the line sometimes going out of control so this will keep them planted and with the wider tyre they can put the power down more efficiently
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Check out this pic taken after dark.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/iipcache/36946.jpg
Eye candy! I am not a fan of stretching the bikes, but I can easily take the rest of the mods.
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