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Join Date: October 1, 2002
Location: NoVA
September 13, 2004, 12:09 PM

On July 11th the bike was looking good…

On July 12th I high-sided at the track (T9 Summit Main)…

Then the repairs and modifications started…

First up was the STEALTH 520 conversion (+2 rear)…

Then it was modifying the airbox…

Ripping out the pair valve and associated crap (thing next to the left of the shiny cylinder)…

Adding some additional graphics…

The big one was fitting a TLR swing arm to the TLS…

Since the exhaust took such a hit I decided to go a new route… 2-1 Yosh custom hybrid..

I still have a bit to work on but I hope to have her done enough to run again at Summit on Oct 11th.
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September 29, 2004, 06:45 AM

the bike looks great bernie !!!!!!!!! and your going to love that steath sprocket.


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