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Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com Unknown (HD)
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 483
Votes: 82 / Ave.: 5.17

1424x950  285 KB

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

Production (Custom) Yamaha V-Max, As it is now, The 'Spanish Flyer', after almost two years modifying the bike in the spare time. The most iportant changes were to improve handling. This included a single billet rear swinging arm from Fischer (Germany), Front USD forks from TUNING Formula, 17' wheels originally from a GSX-R Suzuki and Pirelli radials Solid mounts for the engine and other smaller adjustments. On the braking side of this machine, the front brakes are from an R1 and the rear a four pot Billet unit.

Add to this the PCW 1500 Long Rod engine, where all but the engine casings have been modified, producing in excess of 190 RWHP, over 125lbs/inch torque and some cosmetics and you have the most enjoyable bike, with handling to match and power coming right from the bottom of the rev. range. 

I did have a CBR929 RR, where the power comes in like a two stroker, over the 7000 rpm mark, nothing down below........ I did 500 miles and sold it, not a chance to this monster's riding pleasure.
2000 V-Max
wakeforest.infonegocio.com
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 1,021
Votes: 100 / Ave.: 5.17

1536x1058  194 KB

As it is now, The "Spanish Flyer", after almost two years modifying the bike in the spare time. The most iportant changes were to improve handling. This included a single billet rear swinging arm from Fischer (Germany), Front USD forks from TUNING Formula, 17" wheels originally from a GSX-R Suzuki and Pirelli radials Solid mounts for the engine and other smaller adjustments. On the braking side of this machine, the front brakes are from an R1 and the rear a four pot Billet unit. Add to this the PCW 1500 Long Rod engine, where all but the engine casings have been modified, producing in excess of 190 RWHP, over 125lbs/inch torque and some cosmetics and you have the most enjoyable bike, with handling to match and power coming right from the bottom of the rev. range. I did have a CBR929 RR, where the power comes in like a two stroker, over the 7000 rpm mark, nothing down below........ I did 500 miles and sold it, not a chance to this monster's riding pleasure.

Racing Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 221 Unknown (HD)
Date: 05-Jun-19
Views: 518
Votes: 131 / Ave.: 5.17

1528x1200  253 KB

Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 221

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com Unknown (HD)
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 517
Votes: 108 / Ave.: 5.17

1200x917  246 KB

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2435 Unknown (HD)
Date: 18-Apr-19
Views: 577
Votes: 42 / Ave.: 5.17

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Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2435

17-Apr-09 shierie8076.yahoo.com - What a bike!!!
Production (Stock) Honda Valkyrie, 25,000.00 U. S. I think I heard them say! 2004 Valkyrie
harryjaner.earthlink.net
Date: 09-Jan-19
Views: 800
Votes: 48 / Ave.: 5.17

1600x1220  362 KB

25,000.00 U. S. I think I heard them say!

Production (Stock) Kawasaki Vulcan800, Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com 2002 Vulcan800
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 648
Votes: 66 / Ave.: 5.17

1200x872  230 KB

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

Production (Stock) Honda CB175, Honda - CB175 - 3966 CB175
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 637
Votes: 18 / Ave.: 5.17

1200x938  196 KB

Honda - CB175 - 3966

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2591 Unknown (HD)
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 537
Votes: 24 / Ave.: 5.17

1200x929  349 KB

Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2591

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2573 Unknown (HD)
Date: 05-Jun-19
Views: 553
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

1600x1238  287 KB

Harley Davidson - Unknown (HD) - 2573

Production (Stock) Triumph Speed Twin, Triumph Speed Twin Speed Twin
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 770
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

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Triumph Speed Twin

Production (Stock) Norton 850 Commando, Norton 850 Commando Norton  850 Commando
Date: 08-Jun-19
Views: 353
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

2069x1313  481 KB

Norton 850 Commando

Production (Stock) Royal Enfield Bullet 500, Royal Enfield 500 Royal Enfield  Bullet 500
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 797
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

1456x1094  352 KB

Royal Enfield 500

Production (Stock) Moto-Guzzi Unknown (Moto-Guzzi), Moto Guzzi Moto-Guzzi  Unknown (Moto-Guzzi)
Date: 20-Apr-19
Views: 488
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

1000x788  131 KB

Moto Guzzi

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson VRSC, What a perfect license plate. VRSC
irwfo.optonline.net
Date: 21-Apr-19
Views: 1,009
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

750x1038  250 KB

What a perfect license plate.

Production (Stock) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Orange County Choppers Unknown (HD)
Date: 21-Apr-19
Views: 521
Votes: 12 / Ave.: 5.17

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Orange County Choppers

Production (Custom) Unknown Unknown (Unknown), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com Unknown  Unknown (Unknown)
Date: 16-Apr-19
Views: 566
Votes: 115 / Ave.: 5.17

768x1470  219 KB

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

16-Mar-04 m.cronan.comcast.net - Sweet ride!
Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com Unknown (HD)
Date: 07-Jun-19
Views: 441
Votes: 115 / Ave.: 5.17

1548x1140  340 KB

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

Production (Custom) Harley-Davidson Unknown (HD), Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com Unknown (HD)
Date: 08-Jun-19
Views: 505
Votes: 73 / Ave.: 5.16

1536x1182  541 KB

Uploaded for: bigjohn1107@hotmail.com

Production (Custom) Yamaha V-Max, As it is now, The 'Spanish Flyer', after almost two years modifying the bike in the spare time. The most iportant changes were to improve handling. This included a single billet rear swinging arm from Fischer (Germany), Front USD forks from TUNING Formula, 17' wheels originally from a GSX-R Suzuki and Pirelli radials Solid mounts for the engine and other smaller adjustments. On the braking side of this machine, the front brakes are from an R1 and the rear a four pot Billet unit.

Add to this the PCW 1500 Long Rod engine, where all but the engine casings have been modified, producing in excess of 190 RWHP, over 125lbs/inch torque and some cosmetics and you have the most enjoyable bike, with handling to match and power coming right from the bottom of the rev. range. 

I did have a CBR929 RR, where the power comes in like a two stroker, over the 7000 rpm mark, nothing down below........ I did 500 miles and sold it, not a chance to this monster's riding pleasure.
2000 V-Max
wakeforest.infonegocio.com
Date: 06-Jun-19
Views: 1,098
Votes: 104 / Ave.: 5.16

1536x1058  194 KB

As it is now, The "Spanish Flyer", after almost two years modifying the bike in the spare time. The most iportant changes were to improve handling. This included a single billet rear swinging arm from Fischer (Germany), Front USD forks from TUNING Formula, 17" wheels originally from a GSX-R Suzuki and Pirelli radials Solid mounts for the engine and other smaller adjustments. On the braking side of this machine, the front brakes are from an R1 and the rear a four pot Billet unit. Add to this the PCW 1500 Long Rod engine, where all but the engine casings have been modified, producing in excess of 190 RWHP, over 125lbs/inch torque and some cosmetics and you have the most enjoyable bike, with handling to match and power coming right from the bottom of the rev. range. I did have a CBR929 RR, where the power comes in like a two stroker, over the 7000 rpm mark, nothing down below........ I did 500 miles and sold it, not a chance to this monster's riding pleasure.

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