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TerribleTabo1

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TerribleTabo1, Aug 12, 2021
    • Biff
      Nice job, it looks like it would be a great bike to do what you wanted it to do. I think it would be a blast just screeaming around in the dirt and dessert. I have an older friend that use to race the 650 Triumphs and Victors in the dessrt. He said that they may have been a little harder to ride but said he would always pass them up in the air off the jumps. Those older guys were tough racing theese heavier bike in the dirt and sand. they didn't have any suspension compared to the new bikes with 10" or more of clearence. Well I hope you have a blast with your bike I am sure it will do the Job!
      Can I ask where you got the high pipes? I have been looking for a year and can't find any that have only 1 pipe per side. Thought I would have to make mine. Thank you, BIFF
    • Rating:
      4/5,
      Biff
      nice job now enjoy
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    XS650 Scrambler/Desert Sled
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    Date:
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