Cool Gen2

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    mabdcmb@yahoo.com

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    Very cool adaptation for sure!
     
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    That is a TOUGH looking bike for certain.....
     
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    Bad azz!!........:biglaugh:.......Love the styling!!..........:worthy:........Tom.
     
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    Haven't seen that one before, I like the theme and overall appearance.

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    From a practical standpoint, if you ride when it rains, that tiny front fender isn't going to do you much good, but we probably all have foregone aesthetics for style favorites.
     
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    With that big back tire and the cafe racer rear -- just a wet road is probably going to give you a nice wet stripe on your back haha.

    I think one of the biggest challenges with customizing a VMax is making their scoops flow with the design. I really like how they did the scoops on this bike. With the way they painted it -- It's subdued so if you're unfamiliar with a VMax you can't really tell. But if you are familiar with a VMax then you see and appreciate it. And I like how it's all one piece with the headlight fairing. Very nice custom job.
     
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    Really nice! They got rid of all the swoopy stuff and made it tough looking. I would love to do something like that with a second gen.
     
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