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Re: '68 TR6R ground-up rebuild [Re: Dave M] #499136
07/26/13 6:12 pm
07/26/13 6:12 pm
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Congratulations for sure, Eddy! The bike looks good with the silencers (looked good without them too). I'd have loved to have heard it run with/without. I really like the look of your bike posed in front of those doors with the stonework -- it sets it off perfectly! Enjoy yourself, it's well deserved.

p.s. When you take your beautiful daughter for a ride on there, make sure she keeps her leg and her rubber soled shoes off those new pipes. At least she only has one side to worry about! 2c


'64 TR6R Plus some Twins from other countries (U.S., Germany, Japan)
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Re: '68 TR6R ground-up rebuild [Re: MotorEddy] #499548
07/29/13 2:15 pm
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That's about as cool as it gets. Very nice look without the headlight, I might've considered the tiniest tail (brake) light I could find.

I love the adrenaline rush when a bike fires up with too much throttle opening and no kill button! You need to make a snap decision on which method to inflict yourself with.


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