My new " Goose-bike" replica

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My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby joeGermanGoose » Tue Oct 11, 2011 6:38 am

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Hi folks, just let me show the result of workin´on my replica this year.
After selling my first Goose-bike years ago,. i´ve started up to build another one in february...it´s not really ready, sure not perfect ( p.e., it´s missing the right cast wheels), but thats in process.. :D ...next project is to build up a " Bubba Zanetti" or " Toecutter" bike...
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If you need further informations, feel free to contact me with PM!
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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby rustycarr » Tue Oct 11, 2011 11:47 am

cool
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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby raindogs » Tue Oct 11, 2011 3:32 pm

Very nice bike man... :fingerup:

I drive lots better and newer bikes, but every time I drive my old Z, the good times roll... ;) :mrgreen:

You are from Germany ?

What is "cast wheels" ??


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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby moko » Tue Oct 11, 2011 8:48 pm

awesome man......i really need to do one of these
....apiece here...apiece there....
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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby joeGermanGoose » Wed Oct 12, 2011 2:44 am

Thanks, fellows,
yes, i´m from Germany,...cast wheels means the ENKEI aluminum wheels, Kawasaki put them p.e. on the MK II and Z1R in the late 70th´s., see on the pic below, on my first "GOOSE"-replica from 2007....yeah, it´s always fine for me too, to ride that ol`bikes...have 3 of them. :D

and MOKO :do it, nothing can stop you... :D
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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby raindogs » Thu Oct 13, 2011 1:11 am

Thanks for information, I got this kind of wheels too on mine, 18/18 with 7arm.. 8-)
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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby joeGermanGoose » Thu Oct 13, 2011 3:01 am

Hi raindogs,
nice bike also!! Basic is an MK II ?
If you want to create your bike to an Goose-bike, Toecutter or Bubba Zanetti, just let me know...i have fairing-kits complete for selling :D
( i´ve worked on the parts this summer about 400 hours, to re-create the style of fairing so close to the original as i was able to...than let made a mold, let made the screens for it and so on...the same old story: a lot of blood , sweat and tears.. :D )
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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby raindogs » Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:48 pm

joeGermanGoose wrote:Hi raindogs,
nice bike also!! Basic is an MK II ?
If you want to create your bike to an Goose-bike, Toecutter or Bubba Zanetti, just let me know...i have fairing-kits complete for selling :D
( i´ve worked on the parts this summer about 400 hours, to re-create the style of fairing so close to the original as i was able to...than let made a mold, let made the screens for it and so on...the same old story: a lot of blood , sweat and tears.. :D )


Never mind, the result is awesome... 8-)

I put my bike together from the parts, so I use Z1000A2 rahmen :?: and strength it by Yoshimura manual. I put on MK2 engine with 28 carb fited with 1,30mm jets and sprint filters, cuted Marving, Z1R 18/18 wheels, KB1 (kawasaki-bimota) 3rd bridge and fuzzdraster :?: ...
Evrything on the bike is produced before 1979 except rear shocks.
I use my bike for oldtimer racing and outlaw midnight rambleing :mrgreen: so I built it to be usefull, I do not like replica, but with years of explatation it looks littlebit like MM warrior... :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby mack tanker » Thu Oct 13, 2011 3:35 pm

Nice Job
Looks good
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Re: My new " Goose-bike" replica

Postby aussie muscle » Sun Oct 16, 2011 9:30 pm

say... thats a nice bike!
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