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    Default Kenny's Bike from France

    Hello,
    I'm sorry I do not speak German and my English is not so good.
    I live in Normandy in France.
    For six months I changed my bike with new ideas.
    I hope you appprécierez my bike.
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    Congrats........... I like it .

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    Very nice, and so far, your English sounds perfect.

    Is that color shifting paint?

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    Your 9er looks great!!!!! I like it!!!!!!!



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    Looks great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HyperPete View Post
    Very nice, and so far, your English sounds perfect.

    Is that color shifting paint?
    It's a special color with rainbow effect.


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    Love it !

    Like the forks and the derby cover. Bike looks great !
    And no problems with your english
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    That paint video is awesome. Just wondering why you posted this on the South Africa section? More members will see your bike in the "pictures and video" section.
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    Looks magnifique! And your English is better than my French :)

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    We need a close-up of the forks.

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    Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt1moore View Post
    We need a close-up of the forks.
    I made the drawing sheaths forks on the computer and a friend made ​​them for me.

    Then I did make a black anodizing.

    After I glued rhinestones swarowski in small milling to give a bright side to the sun.

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    Looks great
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt1moore View Post
    We need a close-up of the forks.
    Hi,
    You can see the photo of the fork tip detail
    I put rhinestones svarowski to be in harmony with the rest of my bike.
    We also make this model or mirror polished chrome version.

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    That paint is really outrageous! Love it. Very creative and cool.
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    LOVE THAT COLOR...
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    Very nice indeed, bad azz pipes too
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    Wow, amazing looking bike👍


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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverSurfer View Post
    Very nice indeed, bad azz pipes too
    A small video with the sound ...

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    Very nice!!

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    Nice
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    What an awesome bike!!! Love that paint!!!
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    Is that the stock exhaust with custom tips ? Sounds Farkin terrible that close to the mic, looks the part though .

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    Me like it very much!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sidVZR View Post
    Is that the stock exhaust with custom tips ? Sounds Farkin terrible that close to the mic, looks the part though .
    I make tailpipes.
    There are different styles and can be made according to special requirements, just a drawing.
    The advantage of these tips is that it does not affect the setting of the machine. You can easily change to another model. Baffle can be removed very easily if you want more noise.
    I have a document that explains how to get the tips for those who wish.
    In France, this system is highly appealing to owners M109R.
    Sorry for my bad english ...

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    Default love the sound of those tips!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by kenny27 View Post
    I make tailpipes.
    There are different styles and can be made according to special requirements, just a drawing.
    The advantage of these tips is that it does not affect the setting of the machine. You can easily change to another model. Baffle can be removed very easily if you want more noise.
    I have a document that explains how to get the tips for those who wish.
    In France, this system is highly appealing to owners M109R.
    Sorry for my bad english ...
    So you made those? How do they install on the bike? Hey can I get a pair for my bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny27 View Post
    I make tailpipes.
    There are different styles and can be made according to special requirements, just a drawing.
    The advantage of these tips is that it does not affect the setting of the machine. You can easily change to another model. Baffle can be removed very easily if you want more noise.
    I have a document that explains how to get the tips for those who wish.
    In France, this system is highly appealing to owners M109R.
    Sorry for my bad english ...
    how much for a set of tips?
    nuffin wong wiv your engrish! its fine!

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    badass bike right there!

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    Great job Kenny,

    bike is awesome!

    well done!
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