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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Apr 2001
    Yes, it is a Wes Cooley Replica...nice call! I'm the second
    owner of the bike. The original owner raced it in superbike in the early '80's. It's all safety-wired and still has the Daytona '81 stickers on the tank, which has kept me from doing a restore project on it. It's my daily
    rider. Hugh

  2. #12
    Charter Member #139 /Moderator/Platinum Member Charter Member klaw's Avatar
    My Boats:
    1989 Cigarette Bullet cig 20 resto mod
    Join Date
    Nov 2000
    McHenry IL /Duck Key FL
    The worst news is when Kaw got out of superbike racing they were offering the race bikes to dealers (less the trick head) fo $5,500
    I was a school and my dealed did not call me OUCH

    ok guys I am interested in a h2 I know I can buy a rolling race chassis or restore one
    who has what and how much

  3. #13
    Registered RUSSSR1's Avatar
    My Boats:
    38 Cig Flatdeck
    Join Date
    Jul 2001
    Arlington Hts. Il.
    My arm is stock with a custome brace. The bike in post 5 was the bike that inspierd me. The only diferance is mine has mags not spokes. I am updating the front calipers to Nissen 6 piston from a GSXR.

    Cool bike I love the old classics they have a ton of character and the alive feeling they give is awsome. Nothing like powering out of a corner with the frame wallowing about under you.

    All you need is the H2, Air tech makes the bodywork and mounts. Than just get as one off as you can. Call me you can have the H2 cheep.

    630 215 7504 cell

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Apr 2001
    It would definitely take a classic bike fan to describe that
    wallowing feeling as "awesome", although there was a time when we didn't know any different, huh? Hugh

  5. #15
    Registered NASTY HABIT's Avatar
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    Join Date
    Feb 2002
    Klaw , I'm thinking about it...the one I have was a 1 nieghbor wheeled it over to my garage last is ready for a resto although I have fired it up once or twice....

    I am picking up a pretty cool 67 Triumph chopper tomm .... if anyone migh tbe interested...I'll throw a couple pics up when I go get it...right side shifter...WIERD !!

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