Beelady said something about this, what i really want is a dual purpose Elefant 650 for a bit of off roading, keep my 750 Elefant for adventures and probably sell my CBR600F sport for a different sports bike at a later date.Then i have different bikes for different purposes folks.It is not just that, it is the fact that i like them for what they are and what they do too.
Just a quick question folks, how much horsepower can you get from a Ducati Pantah 750 Santa Monica engine without converting it into a race bike engine with race carbs on it ?.Meaning road legal and still 750 cc. My thought was to convert it to an 8 valve engine and DOHC engine with race cams perhaps plus the rest of the tuning bits on it as well.
The reason i bought the Caponord is because it is a modern bike compared to the Elefant in many ways.I like the colours of it and i like how it has been made too.But i don't need two adventure bikes sat around.One is enough to be honest.
If Cagiva made a new 750 dual purpose bike and they replaced the E750LE with a new adventure bike, i would buy both and sell the existing Elefants that i would have.
Technical and tyres
................ those made for FatBoy and Softail Deluxe. What do you think?
You're talking in dollars and about Harleys ..................
There is only one person on here who can help you , as I know he loves everything Harley Davidson !
Over to you @Colonial-Piglet
Go here: http://www.racetech.com/page/id/59
Having cleaned the chain I scrub molly into the links with my sons toothbrush, as prep for the ride just give it a quick spray with WD or chain lube. Tried using a ptfe one year didn't quite trust the dry look of the chain although we use it all the time in work. Must remember to give the brush back...
What does your dentist say about this?
All you will ever need for street riding: http://www.aerostich.com/men-s-r-3-one-piece-suit.html
A good idea to spice up world superbore bikes is to put a sex doll on the back, or even better put the girl on the front. I followed the series from 1989 but it's a total bore now it's time may come around again but with GP racing as good as it is I doubt you will see superbore bikes as popular as it was in the 90's.
Legal and insurance
Touring & travel
HolidaySafe provide motorcycle specific insurance, which proved a much better deal than I found anywhere else.
Buying and selling
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