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Micke S

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Hi guys,

I'm still working a lot with small two-strokers and also bought another motorcycle, Kawasaki ZX10R -10.

The stock 3 gear engine on the Zundapp has now been replaced with a ported and reed-converted 5 gear engine. 20171015_232816.jpg

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Very nice Zundapp, do you actually ride it? can you still get tires for those vintage bikes?
Thats an interesting looking muffler on the ZX10, is it your own design?
 

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Very nice Zundapp, do you actually ride it? can you still get tires for those vintage bikes?
Thats an interesting looking muffler on the ZX10, is it your own design?
Yes I will ride it when the weather gets better. It is rainy and cold here at the moment. The Zundapp has 17" rims so it is easy to find tires for it.
The muffler, a so called GP-muffler, came with the bike. It is loud as hell so I have a dB-killer in it.
 
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