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    Cool My new old bike.

    Here is the before pic.
    Last edited by razor78016; 07-11-2011 at 07:49 AM.
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    Where's the pics of it now?
    1984 Honda Shadow VT500C

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    Bigphillip79 is offline Don't need no stinkin' clutch Dec BOTM 2010
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    Awesome. Great potential for little bucks.

    Lose the front fender, chop the rear fender, new tail light, bust out the flat black for the tins and red for the wheels, White walls, Clubman Bars, header wrap and that would be an awesome little bobber.

    How does it run with the open pipes, have you re-jetted it?

    Wait, There it is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KjeEhGuPv8&feature
    Last edited by Bigphillip79; 07-11-2011 at 07:34 AM.
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    Oh sorry, I lost track of where I was. to this...
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    Now it has these lights on it.
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    Much better.

    I got those same Hardley mufflers on my 'Wing.
    "Be kind to your birds and your goats."

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    Hey thanks man. I removed the front fender, but a small rock hit me in the face lol and wondered what it would do to the radiator. so I lowered and moved it back for a cleaner look.
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    Bigphillip79 is offline Don't need no stinkin' clutch Dec BOTM 2010
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    I like the placement of the gauges. Looks good and better than getting rid of them.
    "Be kind to your birds and your goats."

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    Thanks bud! Since I relocated the gauges, I relocated the ignition switch as well, now it resides where my fuel shut off used to be. That is behind the side cover now.
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    I need to get with you when I start to chop mine.
    1984 Honda Shadow VT500C

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