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Post by Guest on Sun 03 May 2009, 13:39

John has asked me to post some more pix of his new bike, so here we are


Great paint,eh?
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Post by shadow on Sun 03 May 2009, 14:02

Great paint job. hyper
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Post by griz on Sun 03 May 2009, 16:20

Thats a great paint job!

I'd like to see more of that headlight too!
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Post by cabbie on Sun 03 May 2009, 16:44

That's awesome, more pix but full size please?
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Post by Guest on Sun 03 May 2009, 18:51

I'll try again then. Here's one;
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Post by Guest on Sun 03 May 2009, 19:03

And another;
and another;

last one
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Post by shadow on Sun 03 May 2009, 19:08

megawatt wrote:

I want that skull image as a desktop picture on my pc. hyper
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Post by 1992fireblade on Sun 03 May 2009, 19:10

Paintwork does look very cool indeed mate.
Is that headlight fairing a pyramid item? Looks similar to some i have ssen on Hornets.

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Post by griz on Sun 03 May 2009, 20:27

1992fireblade wrote:Paintwork does look very cool indeed mate.
Is that headlight fairing a pyramid item? Looks similar to some i have ssen on Hornets.

I think it's off a KTM??
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Post by 1992fireblade on Sun 03 May 2009, 20:38

1992fireblade wrote:Looks like this one on Jesters Hornet from Pyramid......


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Post by cabbie on Sun 03 May 2009, 21:01

I feel a project fighter coming over me hubba
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Post by Guest on Sun 03 May 2009, 21:31

Bloody ell cabbie, that one may rival Griz's
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Post by cabbie on Sun 03 May 2009, 21:36

megawatt wrote:Bloody ell cabbie, that one may rival Griz's

I doubt it, griz's fighter is and will always be a one off never to be beaten build!!
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Post by jallen on Sun 03 May 2009, 21:42

What an amazing paint job.

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Post by Fringe on Wed 06 May 2009, 10:08

Wow drool
who did the paint?
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Post by helrazzer on Wed 06 May 2009, 18:14

sorry no idea only just bought it
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Post by cabbie on Wed 06 May 2009, 18:52

helrazzer wrote:sorry no idea only just bought it

Hi mate, rude question but how much did you pay, just really curious with that paint work etc?
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Post by stuart on Wed 06 May 2009, 19:00

Absolutely mint. thumbup
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Post by griz on Wed 06 May 2009, 20:58

cabbie wrote:
megawatt wrote:Bloody ell cabbie, that one may rival Griz's

I doubt it, griz's fighter is and will always be a one off never to be beaten build!!

Thanks Cabbie! but mine's not that good, there's loads of bikes out there better than mine.
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Post by yammydave on Thu 07 May 2009, 06:24

Modesty seems to be prevailling there Griz.
Okay the pics above don't show that much, however it pretty much looks like the usual damaged and stripped Blade wearing a different arse end with the benefit of an wicked paintjob.
Sure it grabs your attention but you can't fail to notice the items that are on show with a fighter; fork legs, downpipes, radiator and I'd be willing to wager engine/swingarm areas.
Okay you've said before about yours not being show condition and the inevitable scratch and chip here and there building it up.
That doesn't take anything away though; as it's a bike to be ridden not shown and it will pick up stone chips/road dirt.
Your bike uses bold ideas and colours that can easily clash and end up looking like a dogs dinner.
Being able to pull them together cohesively is what puts the art into the fabrication and makes following such a build so rivetting.
Both you and Cabbie have kept a nation of Fireblade riders glued to their PC's.
Is it any wonder we are all on tenterhooks with the bodywork/instrument epidsodes?
There are builds out there with unlimited amounts of money chucked at them and various parts of the build contracted out, to guarantee an excellent result.
We've all seen American Chopper and the like with the "I'll just nip over to the bending machine", or "I'll get Joe to cut me this on the CNC".
That's when an eight hour job is demeaned into 30 seconds of TV time!
When bikes like your two roll out of a suburban garage (or kitchen) that's what makes the difference and becomes inspirational.
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Post by Fringe on Thu 07 May 2009, 09:51

+1 wot he sed. LOL
No offence, But, aint we supposed to be discussing helraisers fighter on this thread? tongue rofl
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Post by griz on Thu 07 May 2009, 22:19

yammydave wrote:Modesty seems to be prevailling there Griz.
Okay the pics above don't show that much, however it pretty much looks like the usual damaged and stripped Blade wearing a different arse end with the benefit of an wicked paintjob.
Sure it grabs your attention but you can't fail to notice the items that are on show with a fighter; fork legs, downpipes, radiator and I'd be willing to wager engine/swingarm areas.
Okay you've said before about yours not being show condition and the inevitable scratch and chip here and there building it up.
That doesn't take anything away though; as it's a bike to be ridden not shown and it will pick up stone chips/road dirt.
Your bike uses bold ideas and colours that can easily clash and end up looking like a dogs dinner.
Being able to pull them together cohesively is what puts the art into the fabrication and makes following such a build so rivetting.
Both you and Cabbie have kept a nation of Fireblade riders glued to their PC's.
Is it any wonder we are all on tenterhooks with the bodywork/instrument epidsodes?
There are builds out there with unlimited amounts of money chucked at them and various parts of the build contracted out, to guarantee an excellent result.
We've all seen American Chopper and the like with the "I'll just nip over to the bending machine", or "I'll get Joe to cut me this on the CNC".
That's when an eight hour job is demeaned into 30 seconds of TV time!
When bikes like your two roll out of a suburban garage (or kitchen) that's what makes the difference and becomes inspirational.

Sorry dave I'm not trying to be modest or anything, I guess for me it's my bike that I've built the way I saw it in my minds eye according to my budget, I love it to bits & every time I walk in the garage it makes me smile & I'm itching to see it finished as much as everyone else lol

For me the bike isn't a boasting right, it's just my bike. I guess I've not looked at it the way you put it, I see these bikes with amazing CNC parts etc & I guess because I've not been able to afford to have those fancy parts mines not as good as those but I can see what your getting at mate so thank you! thumbup

Fringe wrote:+1 wot he sed. LOL
No offence, But, aint we supposed to be discussing helraisers fighter on this thread? tongue rofl

Thanks Fringe!

& I agree, we should stop this line of talk & not bugger up hellraisers fighter thread! Laughing contiune any further responses on my thread please! Laughing
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Post by Guest on Thu 07 May 2009, 23:02

John's pickin it up tomorrow and Scotty gets to ride it back from Tamworth to Crawley, jammy sod!!!
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Post by griz on Thu 07 May 2009, 23:37

megawatt wrote:John's pickin it up tomorrow and Scotty gets to ride it back from Tamworth to Crawley, jammy sod!!!

John sure will have a blast on it for sure! I bet that paint work cost a pretty penny! eyebrow

Hey john how much did she set you back mate? what year is it 94 or earlier I guess??
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Post by helrazzer on Fri 08 May 2009, 06:01

is a 96. cost me 2k. but i think its worth it)). but ill let you know)))
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Post by helrazzer on Fri 08 May 2009, 06:05

tbh i dont mind hearing about your bike griz, from what megawatt told me and what ive read my bikes not a patch on yours. but im going to do what i can with it , im sure as hell going to enjoy riding it))
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Post by yammydave on Fri 08 May 2009, 07:54

Having the benefit of that awesome paintjob along with the excellent headlight fairing and the seat change certainly gives you a huge first step.
To have had that lot done, wouldn't have been a million miles away from 2K, so if you'd started with a basic stripped bike, then added them yourself you'd likely have spent more.
So what's the plans, ride now, wait till winter or is there more to follow?
More polishing to follow the frame's?
Blingy add-ons?
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Post by Guest on Fri 08 May 2009, 16:58

how about this mate?


and a mirror stainless skin over the silencer?
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Post by yammydave on Fri 08 May 2009, 20:52

Absolutely on the swingarm, but he's not having one of those Mad Max stubbies is he? Smile
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Post by Guest on Fri 08 May 2009, 21:36

Cheeky sod dave, it will be smooth, shiney and only have rivets at the ends!!! anyway this is John's thread. Is it in the lounge now John???
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