My 1972-1976 XS650. Since I bought and built it in 2011, I've ridden her in classic races in The Netherlands and Belgium.
Pretty good and tough engines. I ran my X650 racer for three seasons. We did two three hour endurances the first year and afterwards ten full bore...
For my racer I could use this MAC Performance exhaust system!
(I'm the one with the blue cap)
Great, I could build my own Seeley chassis. Sign me up!
I've replaced mine by traditional ones, after the revision sets did not deliver the promised results. End of irritation.
With the tophalf painted and mounted, my XS650 road racer looks even better, I think. Ready for the second half of the season.
Jobs for this...
Our bike could use a nice set of rims. We're racing the bike in Dutch and Belgian classic events. The present rims are rather dented.
And some more pics.
This time it's me in the saddle.
May 27th, 10:35 p.m, nice pic of my mate Tajan van der Wiel, aboard our Motorsport Harlingen team's tuned XS650. On one of the oldest bikes at the...
Good to see that the XS flame keeps on burning in the Netherlands. Good luck for this project!
I wouldn't know, to be honest.
But I wouldn't be surprised if it did.
Here more pics of my XS and me. I've been racing the bike since August 2010 in Dutch historic regularity runs. A lot of function, not form. We...
On my XS I fitted a XS750 tank. It fitted very well, cups and mount lined up fine, but on the underside I had to dent the metal one or two...
We have about 65 HP. We don't have a speedo, but I suppose she'll do 195 kmh on the straight. That's 123 mph, I think.
This is my XS, I've been racing the bike since August 2010 in Dutch historic regularity runs. A lot of function, not form.
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