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1989 CBR F1 ---> 2006 Repsol Rep 600RR Conversion.

Newbie here, heres some pics so far before me and my pops get some brackets made up and the subframe/engine painted. Didnt have time to bust out the DSLR but will soon when the bike looks better ish. Headlights etc. are on the way from Amazon.------Wanting some DDM 35watt 4500k Dual Hids running off a Bosch 5 Pin Relay.-----bought this hurricane a week after my 20th Birthday around January 12th, 2012.



















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Interesting concept. Itll be interesting to see when done.

Also, you painted your RSX in the mean time.
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hmmm cant wait to see finished pics gonna look interesting. but ima following



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woah, when it first started was a bit neglected lol...i have a 1988 cbr400 im trying to sell that was never that dirty; (I was bored, cleared that whole bit of snow just for that one photo to replace main for sale photo online)


It's original mostly(ok, brake lines are goodridge and screen is a double bubble and exhaust is a race exhaust...), still going, it's older than me! :P I'm also interested how your bike turns out, gonna take alot of customising bits im sure, better you than me :)
wow thats a clean ride man good luck selling.
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also cool concept. how close are the fairing bolt holes?
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looking good!

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Sweet conversion

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Once it gets hotter out the motor/subframe will get painted. White wheels then probably picking up a 1000rr in a few months.
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Interesting indeed!

That CBR400 is cleannnnn! If you were nearby I would've been interested for my little brother.

I feel like saying it because everybody else said it... you decided to paint the DC5 while you were bored? lol... The white looks better :P
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is that thing seriously gonna work out?? damn that bike is made when i popped out to this world... interesting.....


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lol, bikes almost done. My sister owns the white 2006 the Black RSX is my project car that I finished---owned the thing for 5 years. Wanting to throw a Full Race GT35R turbo kit on that and build the fuel system with dog cut gears.
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