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Aussie Special complete

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My goal was to make a dual purpose bike as similar to the old Aussie xr600r as possible. I wanted to stay with Honda lights and use an AC system. I used the ProCycle harness and handlebar switch, very easy installation for around $200. I got the turn signals from eBay. Using a rear rack was the best way for me to mount the Honda turn signals. I do not have high/low beam, but I can live without that as I do little riding at night. It has a Staintune muffler, stock headers, FCR 41 carb, xl tail light. I'm running a size 42 pilot jet that gives me 3% CO exhaust at idle. Tires are Maxxis 6006.

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NICE, VERY, VERY NICE! :thumbsup: Real CLEAN too !!

That's my favorite color combo for the white Honda 's although I like mine a lot too.

I see a few have that rack, who makes it, how much ?

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a nice set of Renthals on there to replace the stock waterpipe jobbies and you're done.

I've seen bikes in a show room that aren't as clean as that one!!! Nice Job!!!

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Thanks all for the 'clean' comments! When you take it apart 50 times just to get things right, it kinda winds up that way.

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Just so happen to have a shot with nicer bars on, I couldn't stand the white ones.

These are Tag CR bend, double high.

Just nice to have a set of quality bars on, ya know . :thumbsup:

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Super job :thumbsup: :thumbsup: congratulations, the "six-hunny" is still a terrific do-it-all bike.

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