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sunshine

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My son has a company that builds custom motorcycles.  I provide photos for his web site and for customers.  Here are a few shots of his latest build, completed this week.  This bike started life as a Yamaha XV920 Virago.  It now has front suspension and brakes from a BMW, Honda 5-spoke rims, Suzuki GSX-R rear shock, gas tank from a 1970s Suzuki "water buffalo" 750cc 2-stroke, and lots of custom made parts.  The ignition and electrical system has been updated with a unit from Moto Gadgets that can be controlled from a smart phone via blue tooth.  The phone acts as the proximity key and turns on the system when you get close.  And if you forgot your phone, it also includes a traditional key switch hidden under the gas tank.  This is the third "Scout" that he has built.

 

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Intersting machine! :P

 

Only the first shot of this cool set is not up to the others

in terms of rendition… DRL was not tweaked!



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Fantastic work. Both the photos and the bike.