Street Fighter Day One (Tips and recommendations)

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as for blade forks...

ok

93 to 97 with matching yokes go straight in, they also allow you to use your storm wheel and discs etc.
98 to 99.. same as above but you need spacers for the storm wheel as the yokes on these years are further apart.

after those years you need the matching wheel from whatever blade front you use but they all just pop straight into the frame headstock. :thumbup:

they look nicer but a well setup set of storm forks work pretty well..

iv a 97 front end in mine and it has white power internals ,i find it them bloody brilliant.

iv also just sold a storm that had i think a 03 upside down front end with standard internals and big brakes which are epic compared to storm brakes but the actual suspension was better than a storm but not good enough to warrent the expense, :thumbup:
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Good man :thumbup:

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Like these bikes streetfightered, very different with rads all on show! Stick a gas mask over those headlights!!!

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Rads look better black ImageImage


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Burn them...burn them all with FIRE ! :twisted: :Gun1:

Viva la revolution...Long live the fairing !!!!!
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MacV2 wrote:Burn them...burn them all with FIRE ! :twisted: :Gun1:

Viva la revolution...Long live the fairing !!!!!
What with the amount of fairings you smash ImageImageImage


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Ooooh, touché Mousier Mac. The Dufster has you rinsed!!!!
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Kev L wrote: Tue Apr 20, 2021 6:50 pm Ooooh, touché Mousier Mac. The Dufster has you rinsed!!!!
I've only smashed one.

Custurd's is just scuffed... Ok 3 lots of scuffing but its not smashed so... :Tongue1:
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Duffy1964 wrote: Tue Apr 20, 2021 10:16 am Rads look better black ImageImage

Looks amazing mate. Mine is nowhere near finished but I’d be happy with something similar to yours in my own way
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Duffy1964 wrote: Tue Apr 20, 2021 10:16 am Rads look better black ImageImage

Any more pics? And where did you get the belly pan?

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Cheers I got loads of stick on here as it took me 5 years


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Duffy1964 wrote: Thu Apr 29, 2021 8:16 pm Cheers I got loads of stick on here as it took me 5 years ImageImageImage


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