Sort of a resto

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Geoff S
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Re: Sort of a resto

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Thanks to Mr Pineapple and Mr Twinthing my storm is now the proud wearer of high level cans :D

Now all I need is a red tank and some money to pay for it with :lol: :lol: :lol:

Now let me see if I can get an photo uploaded...

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lloydie
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Re: Sort of a resto

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Be careful as its a slippery slope !
Once you start messing with them it never ends


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Geoff S
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Re: Sort of a resto

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Image

She might look a little better without muffs on but at the moment I wouldn't be able to use the front brake after a while at motorway speed and all that work would be for nothing when I parked in a hedge :lol:

Geoff S
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Re: Sort of a resto

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[quote="lloydie"]Be careful as its a slippery slope !
Once you start messing with them it never ends


That it is. I bought an slightly tatty old Fireblade over winter expecting it to replace the storm after a while but I prefer the Storm hands down even before all the time and effort I have out into it. The Fireblade will be going once the sun comes out :D

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bigtwinthing
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Geoff S wrote:Image

She might look a little better without muffs on but at the moment I wouldn't be able to use the front brake after a while at motorway speed and all that work would be for nothing when I parked in a hedge :lol:
looking great Geoff. Pleased with the sound!!!
missing the noise, not the vibes. However never say never!

Geoff S
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Re: Sort of a resto

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looking great Geoff. Pleased with the sound!!![/quote]

They sound awesome! Not sure the neighbours agree though :twisted:

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bigtwinthing
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Geoff S wrote:looking great Geoff. Pleased with the sound!!!
They sound awesome! Not sure the neighbours agree though :twisted:[/quote]


what about the new neighbours did you find any or are you still looking.
missing the noise, not the vibes. However never say never!

Geoff S
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what about the new neighbours did you find any or are you still looking.[/quote]

Still the old ones so not too worried about annoying them :wink:

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agentpineapple
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Re: Sort of a resto

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looks like a completely different bike, well done mate, and those hi levels just look the part.... :thumbup:
HEY YOU GUYS!!!!!!

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bigtwinthing
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agentpineapple wrote:looks like a completely different bike, well done mate, and those hi levels just look the part.... :thumbup:

i know Marty iam still crying!!!
missing the noise, not the vibes. However never say never!

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