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Old 29-03-2015, 03:09 PM
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Default Suzuki VL 125 Intruder (SUPERMAN)

This is my Vl125 Intruder brought two years ago as a non runner
done strip down and a couple of mods.
Cut down the rear fender slightly got rid of the big tail/break light
got dents out of the tank,
striped engine down new rings valve stem seals etc sprayed it black and filed down the fins a bit to give it a modern look.
So I though what colour to spay then decided to do a SUPERMAN theme which turns heads when doing air ambulance charity runs etc.
All sprayed with rattle can

yes I'm 45 riding since 1986 and still riding 125cc's never gone for my full test but its all about the ride
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Old 29-03-2015, 03:13 PM
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Old 29-03-2015, 03:16 PM
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That's quite some transformation!

I had a 100cc stroker I rode for 3 years, I loved it so much that when I finally got a bigger bike I kept the baby Yam - only just sold it after sitting in my shed for years, (cos I'm on 3 wheels now), to a bloke who's done it up and put it on the road, and he loves it too! Made me very happy.
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Don't think I will ever get rid even if I go through a midlife crisis an pass mi test LOL
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For a second I thought "that's a shitload of overspray on that rear tyre!
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Default Cdi unit 32900-26f00

Well after may hours of riding the CDI unit has died I have searched all over the place AU,USA,UK Etc and cannot find one anywhere
If anyone could help in finding are know who is breaking one please help, 4 months of the road now arrrrrrgh
CDI UNIT part number is 32900-26F00
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nice super man bike ,theres a thunder bird bike ,that goes down hunstanton on sundays in the summer.
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