'97 Sprint Cr

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  1. R. Steady

    R. Steady Member

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    #1 R. Steady, Apr 15, 2019
    Last edited: Apr 15, 2019
    Hello All,

    I wanted to post this thread when the bike was ready and running.
    But then something unexpected happened (again) what made me post it earlier, hoping to draw some attention from other builders who can help me out with some advice.

    This is the sprint when I bought it and the other picture how i visioned it.

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  2. R. Steady

    R. Steady Member

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    So I did this to get more of this shape.

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  3. R. Steady

    R. Steady Member

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    So I made this what made it look like that,.... But the banana wasn't satisfying, so thought a little less is more...

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  4. R. Steady

    R. Steady Member

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    So we cut a little more and the result is this!

    I am a happy man!

    But now I something broke off my cilinderhead, see my post in the technical forum.

    What do you think so far??

    Greetings,
    Tjeerd

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  5. dilligaf

    dilligaf Guest

    Looking good mate :cool:
     
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  6. Twiddler

    Twiddler Member

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    Just what I was looking for, thanks for posting!
     
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  7. R. Steady

    R. Steady Member

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    This is how it is now. Sort of finished...
    The seat needs remodeling, but I haven't figured out yet how I want it so it is okay for now.

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  8. Twiddler

    Twiddler Member

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    Is that the original tank?
     
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  9. R. Steady

    R. Steady Member

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    Yes, original tank and taillight.
     
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  10. thebiglad

    thebiglad Old fart, still riding !

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    Hi RS, that looks really Badass, well done.
     
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  11. Twiddler

    Twiddler Member

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    That’s cool, I was thinking about using the original tank, stripped back to the steel and lacquered.
     
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  12. Twiddler

    Twiddler Member

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    That’s cool, I was thinking about using the original tank, stripped back to the steel and lacquered.
     
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  13. R. Steady

    R. Steady Member

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    Haven’t seen that on a t300 yet, Nice!
     
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  14. joe mc donald

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    R. Steady.
    The bike is quite neat. Does look the business.
    Regards & Ride Safe
    Joe.
     
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  15. R. Steady

    R. Steady Member

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    Thanks Mate, I'm happy to say it lives up to its expectations since shortly,
    safe ride to you too,
    Tjeerd.
     
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  16. Ivor

    Ivor Well-Known Member

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    looks the dogs that , well done :)
     
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