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Old 10-13-2007, 01:56 PM   #1
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Hi all

I presente Samuel Belgium (You know the little country Capital of Europe)

The Good works is not surprising it is simple to accomplish: D

And I thank the company for their Tyga performance shroud high quality!

So I buy a Body Kit NSR250 (which has nothing to do with the honda NSR125 that it looks rather a cbr250)

So my bike at the beginning looked like this:

I recall that it was a small 125cc 30Cv/22Kw Vmax reached 180 km/h @ 11,500 rpm (meter therefore + /-170 km/h) with a cruising speed of 150 km/h has 10000/10500 rpm, Average consumption of 4L/100km





So I scrap the mouth a few days after changing tires (during running of tires rolling over a white line it's dangerous ...)

So as my bike was broken, I decided to buy it: (I buy one of the CBR250 because it is identical to the NSR125 in any case much more similar than the NSR250)
And a meter style gp, it is well but I was over by its size but once buy steep although I put

TYGA BODYKIT NSR250 MC28



METER KOSO RX1N


So that I begin dismantling the large...




Compare the size of the meter ..


Forwards:

After:


And the careenage '(bodykit) placed ...









The painting begins ...





... A few days later ... Mounting careenage + exhaust Tyga







And as the exhaust was much ado I wrap of inner tube (tires) and everything held together with tape Heat Resistant, noise is reduced by 20Db!!! (We did it in competition motorcycle cross in Belgium)











Vynil added on the screen


here Clutch and break lever and Rsw Style Front Fender


And here with autocolant/vynil





RSW Front Fender



Catches of endurance for the ramp creates seat




A follow in the saeat ...
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Old 10-13-2007, 02:27 PM   #2
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Welcome man! Nice bike you got going on there...looks like it's going to make a great track/fun bike.

Great work with it, love those smaller bikes...wish we they were more popular in Venezuela and not a grey market.
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Old 10-13-2007, 06:11 PM   #3
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That looks like a blast to ride for some reason. Great work with all of it.
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Badass job man. Lets see some pics of it with some lean angle!
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Nice!!! Looking much better than stock

WHY CAN'T AMERICA HAVE THESE?!?!
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WHY CAN'T AMERICA HAVE THESE?!?!
Because of you gringos and the "bigger is better" mentality, DUH!
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nice friggen bike
will look even better once you get that tail section on
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Because of you gringos and the "bigger is better" mentality, DUH!
hey, who are you calling gringo, gringo? bigger IS better. my 2400cc bike is faster then yours. only real men have big bikes!
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hey, who are you calling gringo, gringo? bigger IS better. my 2400cc bike is faster then yours. only real men have big bikes!
Only 2400cc? Pfffffft!!!!

Real men ride on V10's

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Interesting build. I, too, wish we could get those over here.

BTW internet language translators rule!
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What koso dash are you using there? And just leaving empty space around it?
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^ Guy hasn't posted in 4 years, I doubt he's coming back to answer that.
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honda motorcycles are the best no doubt
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NSR's are sweet! Nice Build!
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