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Old 07-24-2003, 01:12 PM
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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
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Old 07-24-2003, 01:14 PM
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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
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Old 07-24-2003, 02:46 PM
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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.

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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.

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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.

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Old 07-25-2003, 01:55 PM
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Russ,
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
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Klaw , I'm thinking about it...the one I have was a 1 owner...my nieghbor wheeled it over to my garage last year...it 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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