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" X-Mas fairytale "

" Once upon a time there was ... euh is a place
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Re: " X-Mas fairytale "

so this is n't a fairytale its true ... next season in both the Heron Suzuki colors

blue / white & red / black / yellow ... Harris Suzuki GS XR69
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Very nice i really like the color of the wheels for some reason, it kinda reminds me of VW platinum paint.

Is that an GS motor? You can, though you may have to do some porting and get custom head bolts, put a GSX-R head on one of those, i have a GS1100E motor with a DOT head on it. It's not a runner just an idea for a project one of to many that i can't afford to finance.
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Sexy!
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That shock arrangement, does the top mount/link move and is the bottom fixed?
do you have close up picture? it looks most interesting
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Merry XMas Hans!

That looks like fun!
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Looks like a nice build.
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Familiar lookin' engine...I have a "T" with the same engine style...except your cam covers are circular as oppose to rectagular.



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Very nice indeed. Hans!!

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Familiar lookin' engine...I have a "T" with the same engine style...except your cam covers are circular as oppose to rectagular.



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That would be 8 valve versus 16 valve???

Nice project you got going on there.
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And a full set of spares too! Is that Jeroen's new ride for the European championship you guys race in? Beautiful stuff Hans.
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That would be 8 valve versus 16 valve???

Nice project you got going on there.
Well that's probably it! I didn't stop to think??? Thanks!

I was told I had a GSX but for some reason, the US was the only one not to label it as such.

My bike is a 1982 GS750TZ.




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And a full set of spares too! Is that Jeroen's new ride for the European championship you guys race in? Beautiful stuff Hans.
indeed it is ...
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indeed it is ...
Will you be running in a different class? Or did they outlaw the GSXR in your class because you were murdering all the competition
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Will you be running in a different class? Or did they outlaw the GSXR in your class because you were murdering all the competition
Different class sofar, incl. i.e. 4-hours " Endurance " Races

The GSX-R was already outlawed in 2011 for the reason that you mentioned, in a different EU competition figting RR/RK's, RC30's and Kwaaks the good results went on & on & on ...

With a total of 4 bikes it will be busy and " throwing the dices " might decide where to go ...

One thing's for sure: I will be missing at work in the office more & more & more ...
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sure we know some of these ... but is it already enough ?!

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Very cool link. I love the trick exhaust hanger on the bike pictured above.
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Because of the OW01 (Yammie) I thought you paid Marco a visit again, Jeroen has a very good taste aswell By the way, I found a magazine (Kicxstart) from years ago with Jeroen telling about racing a (street) Bimota which had cost a small fortune back than


Quite a project! (beslist geen half werk)
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