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« on: 21.05. 2023 17:30 »
Isn't that nicely done👌
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Re: Bleader
« Reply #1 on: 21.05. 2023 17:38 »
Nice job, though it's a shame he's shortened the back mudguard.
I like the subtly increased front brake size.

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Re: Bleader
« Reply #2 on: 21.05. 2023 18:44 »
Nice job, though it's a shame he's shortened the back mudguard.
I like the subtly increased front brake size.
I hadn't spotted the mudguard. That's a real shame 😕

I reckon you'd need better anchors than standard D1 brakes 😁
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Re: Bleader
« Reply #3 on: 21.05. 2023 20:43 »
G'day GB.
Nice job and doubling the power.
I remember racing against an Ariel Arrow  *eek* When asked how he got it to go so quick he said with a smile everything inside the motor was Suzuki RM250  *work*
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