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post #1 of 7 Old 08-21-2009, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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Vintage Drag Bike

Here is one that surfaced a few years ago - one of the few I would have to think long and hard about opening the throttle up all the way on.





















Fun stuff, eh?

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one of the few I would have to think long and hard about opening the throttle up all the way on.
why??? was the frame welded by the same guy who did the 500 chopper???








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Here is one that surfaced a few years ago - one of the few I would have to think long and hard about opening the throttle up all the way on.
I'll do it and I won't think twice about it.

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I'll do it and I won't think twice about it.
I've got kids and grandkids, a blown nitro bike without wheelie bars would be a big no no for me.

You've got huge nads

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why??? was the frame welded by the same guy who did the 500 chopper???




Hahahahaha, good one!

Nope, the Orange bike was extremely well built, for the period.

No wheelie bars, but those could of been added......

I almost bought the bike, almost......

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Was that a KZ1k motor or GPZ ?

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Was that a KZ1k motor or GPZ ?
KZ, kind of cool how they sliced and welded it, eh?

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