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Tip: Put a bathroom scale under the front tire and weigh it. Repeat on back tire and combine weights.
Yeah it should be. Stock should be around 475lbs? Good job
I guess I should say what was done. I cut off everything that was unnecessarymy seat only weighs 1.5 lbsaluminum akront wheelseverything that could be drilled has had the piss drilled out of itair box gonepass pegs goneframe ends gone... I don't know what else. it's funny how much weight you can lose off a part when you drill holes in it. they all feel like I'm holding a feather.hey stig sam, why is yours so much lighter?
i was talking about sams bike if i remember right he said in another thread what it was worth and there was alot of money added and its lighter
Quote from: SamCB750A on October 27, 2009, 04:21:29 PMand faster in this condition does it compete with a newer sport bike or is it still a dinosaur?
also no kick start shaft and cranker.Sam.
I've seen people remove the kicker and shaft, they cap off the hole. I've always wondered what they do...
Quote from: SamCB750A on October 27, 2009, 03:52:50 PM also no kick start shaft and cranker.Sam. and oil pump removed also? the oil pump is driven by the gear on the kick starter shaft.mec
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