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JP/ Kaffee - August 4, 2011, 02:44 PM




JP/ Kaffee Axel Budde :

"...This custom cafe racer was built for an english customer- John Purser (JP).
The donor bike was his old T3 California. The wasted fat lady was reborn as a skinny supermodel (180kg dryweight)- only the frame lost 3kg of needless metal.
The engine was modified to LM 850 specs, ALL components on the bike are handcrafted. I even modified the few aftermarket parts, to match the optics.
Shocks are Ikon, fork is of a Le Mans 3 with new tubes and FAC dampers. I built a minimal electrical system including a motogadget instrument, electronic ignition and dyna coils...."
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August 4, 2011, 03:29 PM

Yes please.
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August 4, 2011, 03:32 PM

that's it, I am buying an old bike I can do this to ...

what a great looking motorcycle


-Fitz

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Brace Yourselves... the cries of "It's too cold to ride" are coming...
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August 4, 2011, 03:49 PM

I've wanted a Guzzi for a while, but they always seem so big. This guy nailed it.
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