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post #256 of 4654
Nope, but it might pass for a vibrator.
post #257 of 4654
All images stolen gratuitously from stromtrooper.com That road(?) looks like... fun?!?
post #258 of 4654
Thread Starter 
FWIW, the latest issue of Motorcycle Consumer News has an awesome comparison of the BMW R1200GS, KTM 990 Adventure, and the Buell Ulysses XB12X.
post #259 of 4654
Don't think I have ever posted a shot of my day-to-dayer.

Honda AX1 250.

post #260 of 4654
Hmm, based on the XR250?
post #261 of 4654
no, I have one of those too. Very different bikes. This one much stiffer, more motard style. Somewhere between dirtbike and roadbike.
post #262 of 4654
Very nice bike, Matt.

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One of the only belt conversion kits I've found runs ~$800, so it wouldn't be a cheap endeavor. Actually, since it came up: anyone have any experience running belt drives? I've talked to two guys locally, and they said they've seen problems with eating belts within a short amount of miles. How's the durability compared to a chain?
I have no exp. w/ a belt, but the bmw salespeople say they're more reliable than chains. No idea if that's true.
post #263 of 4654
I drive an '04 Ducati Monster, 800cc. I'll try and get pics up sometime. I love it. This thread has some nice pictures.
post #264 of 4654
Here's my bike...going to strip it down and paint it (going to stay black though). Also excuse the garage...making some changes the house with the fiance moving in.









post #265 of 4654
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no, I have one of those too. Very different bikes. This one much stiffer, more motard style. Somewhere between dirtbike and roadbike.

Interesting. That looks a lot like the XR400 frame and I couldn't remember if they ever made a version for the 250. It's considerably stiffer than the old tube frame.
post #266 of 4654
Finally did a tail chop along with mounting new aluminum turn signals (as opposed to the stock chromed plastic ones): I think it looks pretty decent. I will rig up some sort of "fender" to help keep spray from the underside of the seat etc.
post #267 of 4654
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^ Nice ass...
post #268 of 4654
My new Vespa..... So I traded in the flame job one and have just gotten this back (straight swap with a mate who restores them).... A few things to go with it...firstly it needs a rack at the back for mounting spare wheel, a couple of badges (Vespa and Saigon Scooter Center) but I also want to give it a little something to kinda make it pop...at the moment thinking about a racing stripe in silver across the front and on the side panels, but not quite decided yet...any ideas welcome.
post #269 of 4654
My bike was taken advantage of recently, but luckily I caught the violators in flagrante delicto:
post #270 of 4654
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^ Nice ass...
Man, if I had a dollar for every time I heard that...
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