Started life as a 1980 Kawasaki KZ750. A great friend of mine and I collaborated over the phone together about what should be done to it after he bought it. He fell on hard times and couldn’t finish it. He told me to make the 6 hour drive to Atlanta and I could have it if I’d finish it. We’ve had it bored. Lowered several inches front and back. A good friend made the stainless rear struts. I relocated the ignitionIgnition The way the fuel is ignited inside the engine. This is normally archieved by a spark from a spark-plug. switch to under the seat and hid it all nicely in a stainless dog treats container. All electronics and fuses were moved and mounted to a pan under the seat. Of course there were a lot of little bits that had to be fabbed. I love this bike! I love my old friend for letting me finish it in his vision! I love your magazine. But most of all, I’d love to see my bike, from my brother, in your magazine! It’s not complete, and I’m not content until I make readers rides, or Back Talk!
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