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#1 paul@detaildownunder

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 10:44 PM

Finally after Months on the Bench "MR BAD" is complete ,but not with out a lot of choice words :D ! Lots of Mods with as much plumbing as i could think of adding and heaps of Machined Parts all came together in the end to turn out a sweet little chopper and I even won the Bikes Category at a recent NNL here in Oz.
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Handle bars are scratchbuilt ,the tank and rear fender have been modified .There's over 40 machined parts including the wheels (machined by a fellow modelling buddy)and all other parts where made by myself .
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Machined hand grips and gas cap
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Machined valve stem
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Pulley Drives are also Machined with electrical tape belts, linkage is scratchbuilt ,machined oil tank and braided oil lines added
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rear brake is from a tamiya Ducati
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The Scull tail light/number plate holder is the kit air cleaner with tamiya putty molded to resemble a full Scull and the eyes are tamiya clear red .The number plate I printed on photo paper and stuck that to aluminium and added PE Screws.
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Carby is from a tamiya kit which is detailed with throtle cable/linkage and spring, aircleaner is a Detail master Velocity stack with tamiya mesh insert

Comments and Questions are Welcome.................Thanks for looking!

#2 Robert81

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Posted 19 September 2007 - 05:12 AM

Dude, where are the keys? :lol: i can just see "Mr. Bad " terrorizing the street. B) Great work. Now, how about a ride ;)

#3 bsoder

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Posted 19 September 2007 - 07:43 AM

WOW!..that is one "bad" bike..the machined parts really stand out B)

#4 Smart-Resins

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Posted 19 September 2007 - 01:34 PM

Very nice build indeed!