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Big Motorcycles Modification

Wed, 09 Feb 2011 15:45:00 +0000

(image) Customizing a motorcycle dates back in an era when American soldiers came back from World War ll. They remembered the lighter and stylish European motorcycles that they had ridden in Europe. These riders that served overseas thought of incorporating the style of the motorcycles in Europe and blended it with and improved the bikes that were made locally
(image) So they began to get together and started removing or shortening the fenders or any motorcycle parts they felt was unnecessary. They chopped off or added detachable windshields, front fenders, crash bars, seats,headlights or anything that they can think of. Large footrests were replaced with forward-mounted foot pegs
(image) To allow for an increase in the wheelbase, the angle of the fork to the ground was decreased by raking the front end of their motorcycles. They also raised the handlebars and thus the ape hangers were born. The rear tire was made fatter and front tire made smaller. Each rider created the bike as an extension of his personality. If the rider loves speed, then he may want to consider getting the engine rebuilt for added horsepower
(image) Maybe he is the type who likes to cruise along the major thoroughfares at boulevard speed. He may want to enjoy the asphalt all to himself, soaking in the moving sights, sounds and smells of the scenery, yet at the same time want to look good on his cruiser and does not feel the need to try hard. Then he may want to accessorize his motorcycle with studded leather saddlebags and backrest or add chrome



thailand there was also a trend in the modification of motorcycle

Wed, 09 Feb 2011 15:42:00 +0000

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(image) thailand there was also a trend in the modification of motorcycle



new tops motorcycle modification

Wed, 09 Feb 2011 15:35:00 +0000

(image) It is not possible to travel long distances on a motorcycle without making some modifications to the motorcycle. These are necessary for safety as well as comfort and improved storage capacity
(image) Fit a luggage rack behind the saddle, above the tail light. Make sure it is strong enough to support camping gear. Some racks have provision for panniers which attach to either side of the motorcycle. Panniers can hold quite heavy loads
(image) They are ideal for storing clothing and food as they are water resistant - some are fully water-tight. When fitting panniers you may need to reposition the turning indicator lights. Make sure the fitting kit contains the correct brackets for this motorcycle
(image) A tank bag attached to the top of the fuel tank is handy for personal items which need to be taken with you when the bike is left unattended. The bag clips to a fame which fits over the tank. Some tank bags have a clear section at the top to put maps under for easy reference
(image) A fairing reduces buffeting. In hot weather only a top fairing is required. In cold weather a fairing which also covers the legs is desirable. A bike without a fairing should be limited to short or slow-speed journeys



Sport-class applesauce performed modifications

Fri, 04 Feb 2011 23:34:00 +0000

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(image) Sport-class applesauce performed modifications



cool Modification Motorsport

Fri, 04 Feb 2011 22:50:00 +0000

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kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

Sun, 30 Jan 2011 07:46:00 +0000

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho

(image) kickboxer motor cycle - motor keren dan macho



Best Motor Cycle Modification for New Years 2011

Sun, 30 Jan 2011 07:38:00 +0000

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New sexy Motorcycle Modification

Sun, 30 Jan 2011 07:28:00 +0000

(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification

(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification

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(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification

(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification

(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification

(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification

(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification

(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification

(image) New sexy Motorcycle Modification



Honda CB750 Cafe Type Motorimoda

Sat, 08 Jan 2011 12:57:00 +0000

(image) Honda CB750 Cafe Type Motorimoda Front View

(image) Honda CB750 Cafe Type Motorimoda Wallpaper

(image) Honda CB750 Cafe Type Motorimoda Photo

(image) Honda CB750 Cafe Type Motorimoda Sport Touring Bike



Triumph Thunderbird 1600 Cafe Racer

Sat, 08 Jan 2011 12:56:00 +0000

(image) Triumph Thunderbird 1600 Cafe Racer Photo

(image) Triumph Thunderbird 1600 Cafe Racer First Look



Ducati Monster Titanium Pictures

Sat, 08 Jan 2011 12:55:00 +0000

(image) Ducati Monster Titanium Sport Bike

(image) Ducati Monster Titanium Disc Brake

(image) Ducati Monster Titanium Engine

(image) Ducati Monster Titanium Double Exhaust



BMW AC Schnitzer S 1000RR First Look

Sat, 08 Jan 2011 12:54:00 +0000

(image) BMW AC Schnitzer S 1000RR Sport Bike

(image) BMW AC Schnitzer S 1000RR Dash

(image) BMW AC Schnitzer S 1000RR Rear



2011 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Photo Gallery

Tue, 04 Jan 2011 16:02:00 +0000

(image) 2011 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Sportbike

(image) 2011 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Black Color

(image) 2011 Suzuki GSX-R1000 Pictures



2011 Kawasaki Ninja 650R Pictures

Tue, 04 Jan 2011 16:01:00 +0000

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Motorsport Sunglasses and Goggles

Tue, 04 Jan 2011 16:00:00 +0000




Honda Motor Sport Mdification

Tue, 04 Jan 2011 15:56:00 +0000





Yellow Honda Motor Sport



CRS DUU Motorcycles Concept

Thu, 02 Dec 2010 12:15:00 +0000

(image) Those of you who had the abdomen to sit through Terminator Salvation with your eyes accessible will bethink the mototerminators that launched themselves from the legs of the behemothic collectors. Those were absolutely based on Ducatis, but if you absurd the attending of them, again Italian bike architect CR&S has article appealing close.

Called the DUU Concept, the naked ride is a aggregate of "a adventurous European rolling anatomy powered by a able-bodied American big-twin." The agent is a 1.9-liter (117 cu. in.) X-Wedge supplied by S&S. Wrapped about that powerplant is a anatomy that CR&S says can be tailored by the chump – although they don't announce how above presenting the best of distinct or two-seater versions.

But back anniversary DUU will be fabricated by hand, one-at-a-time, we brainstorm they'll be blessed to do annihilation your wallet will allow. The DUU Concept is actuality apparent November 10 at the Milan International Bike Show. CR&S said it has affairs to body them from abutting year, at €20,000 ($30,000 U.S.) apiece. Check it out in the arcade of high-res images below.

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(image) «DUU» on the Milan dialect means “two” and characterizes the complete set of 2-liter 2-cylinder engine, as well as the connection may be one of two “cultures” moto structure. Conceived live you will see very soon on the EICMA 2009 passing from 10 to 15 November.

Speaking about the cultures of moto-structure of compounds in this motorcycle, implying the existence of a European sports chassis and a large, traditionally-unit type of the American V-Twin. The engine will have a capacity 1.926ss, but data on the power and weight of the motorcycle is not yet known. Design DUU swift and aggressive, though, unwittingly, an association with Ducati Streetfighter, if that was designed Harley-Davidson, with the use of design elements from musclebike Yamaha VMax and MT-01.

The company CR&S plans to begin selling «Duu» in Europe by 2011 at a price which starts from 20 000 Euro (29 500). Each year, will be made by hand, only a few motorcycles.
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Picture Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R

Thu, 02 Dec 2010 12:12:00 +0000

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Hats off to the Kawasaki Ninja® ZX™-6R then, winner of 600cc comparison tests in just about every publication and website of note on the planet. With an engine the critics agree feels bigger than 599cc, and a chassis that out handles all others, the ZX-6R returns as the bike to beat in 2010.

With a fine-tuned chassis including a class-exclusive Big Piston Fork and fully adjustable shock out back, razor-sharp handling sets the ZX-6R apart. To optimize front-rear rigidity balance, frame stiffness around the swingarm pivot and the rear engine mounts is carefully tuned, with the compact engine rotated forward around the output shaft for a steep cylinder bank angle and optimal center of gravity. An exhaust layout with a short side muffler keeps the weight low, and an exhaust pre-chamber further contributes to the ZX-6R’s mass centralization.

But Kawasaki didn’t just declared themselves satisfied with that, it needed to bring that power and torque to the rider’s right hand without this involving jerks, only smooth and instant throttle response and control. In order to achieve that, engineers added cylindrical guides to the top of the air cleaner box, bringing chirurgical precision to air intake systems and getting the maximum bang from every fuel load going into the cylinders. The throttle bodies were lengthened, increasing distance between oval sub-throttle and round main throttles 10mm, resulting in a much smoother transition, reducing inlet turbulence and increasing efficiency. Also, the cylinder porting and ignition coils were revised in the quest for performance.

As weight is a key factor, the making of this inline-four involved finding solutions for reducing it. And if that meant making the camshafts from SCM, revising the top injector mounting plate, narrowing the transmission gears, revising and relocating coolant reservoir and heat pads, Kawasaki engineers didn’t boggle in doing it.



Design Ducati 1198S Corse Special Edition

Thu, 02 Dec 2010 12:10:00 +0000

(image) Ducati 1198S Corse Special Edition
(image) The 1198 S Corse Special Edition sports a bold red, white and black colour scheme to mark the historic introduction of a new Ducati Corse logo and celebrate the winning of both the World Superbike and Superstock Manufacturers’ titles. The Special Edition ‘S’ features a factory team-style aluminium fuel tank and race kit as well as world-beating Ducati Traction Control.

At 168kg (370.3lb) (dry weight) the Special Edition model weighs in at 1kg (2.2lb) less than the 1198 S thanks to the beautifully made lightweight fuel tank, which also boosts the bike’s fuel capacity by 2.5 litres (0.66 US gal) to 18 litres (4.75 US gal). The tank is formed in 2mm thick aluminium, brush finished and clear-coated to maintain a factory race tank feel and proudly displays the new Ducati Corse logo on top.

(image) The 1198 R Corse comes in the red, white and black Corse Special Edition livery bodywork with the new aluminium fuel tank clear-coated for all to see. The Trellis frame is also in red with the front and rear 7-spoke Marchesini wheels finished in black. The front fender and side panels are left in a contrasting natural carbon fibre finish while the belly-pan is painted, but reveals its carbon fibre material inside the aerodynamic recess for the side-stand. A subtle ‘1198 R Corse Special Edition’ graphic on the tail fairing leaves no doubt as to what this magnificent bike is.

This top-of-the-range model is supplied with a race kit that includes a full racing exhaust system with 102dB carbon fibre mufflers by Termignoni and dedicated ECU which raises power output to approximately 186hp (intended strictly for track use only). Also in the kit is a unique Ducati Corse branded bike cover designed by Aldo Drudi and rear paddock stand as well as an official cased plaque of authentication that confirms the collectable value of this exclusive motorcycle.



New Yamaha Star Stryker Chopper Style

Thu, 04 Nov 2010 04:57:00 +0000

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(image) New Yamaha Star Stryker Chopper Style
Intended to complement Star’s successful big-inch Raider motorcycle, the 2011 Star Stryker features the same aggressive custom attitude with a more manageable motor. The engine on the Stryker is a 1304cc liquid=cooled 60° V-twin, with a bore of 100mm and a stroke of 83mm. The four-valve heads have a compression ratio of 9.5:1 and use overhead cams.

The liners are ceramic composite housing forged pistons, and dual 40mm throttle bodies with 12-hold nozzles deliver the air-fuel mixture. The 2011 Star Stryker’s double cradle frame is steel with the dual-counterbalanced motor rigidly mounted as a stressed member. The seat height is 26.4″ for a sit-in motorcycle riding position. The 6° steering yoke giving the forks a distinctive 40° rake, and the weight bias is 45% front and 55% rear. The Stryker has 41mm forks and a well-hidden linkage-assisted single rear shock.

Cast aluminum five-spoke wheels are used on the Stryker, with a 210 rear on an 18″ rim, and a 21″ front with a 120 mounted. The wheels are also the same dimensions as the custom-look Raider motorcycle. A single 320mm front disc is used up front, in addition to a 310mm rear brake. A belt-drive is used to transmit power from the five-speed transmission. Over 60 motorcycle accessories will be available from Star for the Stryker, including windshields, leather saddlebags, additional lighting, custom wheels, backrests, chrome and guards. Steel fenders are stock to facilitate customizers. MSRP for the 2011 Star Stryker motorcycle begins at $10,990, and the three available colors are Raven, Impact Blue and Reddish Copper.






Creative Modifi Yamaha Vixion Sport

Thu, 04 Nov 2010 04:52:00 +0000

(image) Creative Modifi Yamaha Vixion Sport
Motor sport bike and streetfighter naked homage often shunned petite biker. The reason is a big power, handling will be difficult to control, as well as between the biker and motorcycle display will jomplang....






Modification Honda CBR 600 Motor Full Specification Airbrus

Tue, 05 Oct 2010 02:02:00 +0000

(image) Modification Honda CBR 600 Motor Full Specification Airbrus
Specifications honda cbr 600 motor sport:
Velg front of the original honda cbr 600
Velg back original honda cbr 600
Body motor honda cbr 600 native cat in the blue and white bubble
Original swing arm honda cbr 600
Racing exhaust
Upside down genuine honda cbr 600
Fairing honda cbr 600
Front tire size 110/70 federal
Rear tire size 140/70 federal
Airbrus white cat blue bubble



Classic Motorcycles - The Suzuki GSX1100E

Fri, 01 Oct 2010 17:14:00 +0000

(image) Classic Motorcycles - The Suzuki GSX1100E
After the "power is everything" attitude of Japanese motorcycle manufacturers in the late 60s and 1970s, the 1980s saw potential legislation and handling concerns as issues that needed to be addressed. As far as legislation was concerned, manufacturers were beginning to realise that some bikes could be legislated off the roads, particularly when you consider the previously unheard of power-to-weight ratios available to people of just 17 years of age with little road experience.

This had already prompted Germany to introduce a 100bhp limit on bikes imported into the country which had already had Honda decreasing the bhp of its CBX1000 to 95 from 105bhp. As far as handling was concerned, the big new Suzuki was a step up from the plethora of 1000cc machines. Despite the fact that the frame of the GSX1100E was pretty conventional, with a tubular steel duplex frame and twin rear shock absorbers, it was the engine that gave it its edge.