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    Default A little somthing different.

    If you guys don't know what a supermoto is, it's a racing dirt bike that has different wheels and suspension.

    Here is a pic of mine before the rebuild:


    THe bike in action:



    Well last trip out I messed up my steering head bearings. This is what happens when you do too many wheelies:


    Then I did this....
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    Back from powder:


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    New master cylinder:




    New clamps:


    Adjusting the valves:


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    New brake lines:


    New billet Brembo caliper:


    I had to order a new stem. Old one was too small:


    Rear caliper:


    Rear master:
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    My man cave:
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    Nice... what size engine and what's the cruise and top speed ?
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    If I ever get fed up with being married, I'll just try a little motard project like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoama585 View Post
    Nice... what size engine and what's the cruise and top speed ?
    It's a 450cc. It has a small gas tank so not really made for crusing. But with the gearing I run, I can do 70 on the interstate easy. There is no really comfortable speed because it's a race bike, that's street legal.

    Top speed is 115ish. It's made for curves. But I can do 100mph with my knee on the deck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jp2code View Post
    If I ever get fed up with being married, I'll just try a little motard project like that.
    It's the most fun you can have with your clothes on.
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    Hey 225

    why not go with Pitster ?
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    I raced moto and flat/short track when I was a kid MX and YZ days.

    SuperMoto was on and off road back in the day? Have not seen it is years. Pitster would not have the power of that thing.

    If I am right, were do you race. Any videos?
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    yes the good old days i had a YZ 490 when they was still air cooled lol my first dirt bike was a 125 Suzuki RM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodsmachineshop View Post
    yes the good old days i had a YZ 490 when they was still air cooled lol my first dirt bike was a 125 Suzuki RM
    Road a white RM a few times a buddies bike. That was a few years ago.
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    I own a Honda 50. I want a pitster because they make street legal 50's.

    Here I am 3 years ago at Deals Gap. On my 50.


    Will post all my youtube videos. Tomorrow. Or look up " deals gap supermoto" on youtube. Then look for users - sv650_pimpin, brapppforum. Both are my accounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    Road a white RM a few times a buddies bike. That was a few years ago.
    They have a big race series in FL.

    http://flsupermoto.com/
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    A few more pics.

    I couldn't make a group ride and my friends are funny....


    I work on a boat. Swamp people, be jealous:


    2 of 5 bikes I own:


    On my 50:


    In Tenn:
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    DOn't own this one anymore:


    Wife:


    More:



    Another bike I used to have:
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    My "touring" bike:


    It's kinda slow.....


    lololol...
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    Working on this for a good friend. Have a second coming after this one is done. It is for sale once carb is set.
    New carb, was not setup. It is fun as heck to ride. Bad pics, dark and crammed in a hole.
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    I had a 160cc pitster from Oleg once. Was fast little thing. Ripped the valve stem in the grass in the first 20 minutes on the first ride. User Chadrock working on it and picture before plastics. Note size of motor. Oleg was a bit of an over-achiever.

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    Mike R.
    Email: admineverlast@everlastwelders.com
    www.everlastgenerators.com
    www.everlastwelders.com
    877-755-9353 x203
    M-F 12 - 7PM PST
    FYI: PP50, PP80, IMIG-200, IMIG-250P, 210EXT and 255EXT.

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    Supermotos are awesome! Nice bikes.

    I make trips up to the dragon every now and then. Definitely a fun road.
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