interceptor tribute bike

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Re: interceptor tribute bike

Postby moko » Mon Feb 10, 2014 5:23 pm

cool.....I have a zx11.....thinking about a goose replica,or like Bubba fat,a Jonny one "replica" :)

here I am cruising through Atlanta,fast forward to the end...and I spotted a cop :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irZsiDXL1Ek
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Re: interceptor tribute bike

Postby moko » Mon Feb 10, 2014 5:36 pm

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Re: interceptor tribute bike

Postby Bubba Fat » Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:57 pm

moko wrote:cool.....I have a zx11.....thinking about a goose replica,or like Bubba fat,a Jonny one "replica" :)

here I am cruising through Atlanta,fast forward to the end...and I spotted a cop :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irZsiDXL1Ek


Nice words, just that my Johnny The Boy "replica" (a Z1000 A1) was rather a replica of what Cundalini, Starbuck and Clunk had in Mad Max 1. I didn't have the typically Ducati 900 SS- Mono seat. Just the original part like the dudes I mentioned. As for a Mad Max replica the ZZR 1100 would be nice, but needs a LOT of modifications and would never be accurate enough for a tribute bike. Let your 1100 like it is. A watercooled bike would just be too off. Try to find a fairing in a good condition and let the ZZR for what is was planned for: Catching GSX-R 1100! I Do had this beast and it was great to beat Suzuki with that great machine from Kawasaki. :mrgreen:
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Re: interceptor tribute bike

Postby Anklecranker » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:22 pm

Enjoyed the video.

Looks like you were traveling directly through the city, North on I-85.

I got pined by a cop just north of there, heading South on 85.
Laser tagged me at 88 mph. I was lucky, was well into three digits before that.

Georgia as the Super Speeder law now that really makes it expensive to be clocked over 85 mph.
Cost a grand to get out of the ticket as I live in a different state.
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Re: interceptor tribute bike

Postby moko » Mon Feb 24, 2014 7:03 am

thanks Bubba fat,ill keep my zx the same...and get me a kz to do the replica with...not exact but atleast same frame/engine type

Anklecranker....I know what you mean on the new laws.....its just bullshit...lol our country is turning into a police state,and Georgia is the worst of all of them.....it was a prison state to begin with,and they certainly don't want to change anytime
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Re: interceptor tribute bike

Postby scubabiker » Tue Mar 04, 2014 8:27 am

not much to update, started sanding a panel, but picking up the car this week so thats taking over my whole life!
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