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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-07-2009, 11:51 AM Thread Starter
 
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VN750 Thanks!!

Just a quick thanks, you guys have helped me sort out my Vulcan and it is running sweet now!! ... I guess that's the kiss of death for it!!

The ACCT thread is an absolute diamond, I thought the engine was seriously bad and it sorted out beautifully...
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-07-2009, 11:53 AM
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Niiiiice....Love the white walls

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Nice looking bike Tony.
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Nice bike Tony... I need a set of tires like yours.
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I'd love to say it was all my own handywork, but I more or less bought it in this condition!! Just some finger-scraping carb-mods and a general clean-up!! I bought this as a bit of my mid-life crisis (I already have a 2006 Yamaha FZ1S and a 1977 Honda SS50 5 speed) without really seeing it and I have to say I think the bike is awesome. It's an early one (1985) and I believe it's a Japanese import with only 16k kms on it. The muddies will need re-chroming at some time as there is surface pitting and I'll have to see what else I can trick-it-up with! When I first bought it, I thought those tyres have got to go, but I've really begun to like the look now.
Very chuffed!!
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Yeah, I say keep 'um dude - they're nice. What kind of seat is that do you know? Its not stock...
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Niiiiice tires! What brand and size are they?

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Nice seat! And NICE white walls! It seems many of us would like some detailed specifics on them both.

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