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Good looking machine. I noticed the bi-metal rear sprocket. How much did you change the gearing?

-GPz/Gary
 

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Yeah vance and hines with an x pipe. Sounds lovely.

Changed the chain and sprocket purley for looks. Kept the same gearing as thought it was geared nicely as stock. Didn't like the stock sprocket tho
 

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Fehling bars Internaly wired. Was by far the hardest/ scariest upgrade I have done to date due to wiring blocks not fitting through bars.
 

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Wellcome and a great looking bike.

Love the look of the handle bars.

A lot of good memories my my youth camping in Wales.

Cheerio,

Roy ( a Shropshire lad in Arizona )
Where abouts did you go. Im From London orig but moved here years ago. Easy to forget how lucky we are in Wales until you talk to other bikers at the cafes and realise how far they have travelled to ride this area. Arizona sounds better tho
 

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Hi @Bobberwood,

We were only a few miles from the Welsh border, so in my your me and my pals would be up Wales camping at every opportunity. I won't embarrass myself by trying to spell all the places we went but Anglesey was alway a favorite. One we also following the coastal road all the way around Wales, that was spectacular. Great memories for sure.

Enjoy!

Cheerio,

Roy
 
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