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Re: getting the blue GS on the road

Postby jeffreyned » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:20 pm

Sweet! Nothing quite like the feeling you get when you make something run. 8)
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Re: getting the blue GS on the road

Postby joe » Fri Aug 31, 2012 10:12 pm

jeffreyned wrote:Sweet! Nothing quite like the feeling you get when you make something run. 8)



today was 40+ miles of riding with 9 stops/starts. first kick and ran well all day. :shock:
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Re: getting the blue GS on the road

Postby joe » Wed Oct 17, 2012 2:35 pm

in and out of the DMV in 30 minutes. She asked why I didn't go to the Eugene DMV and I told her because it was a nice day and JC staff is nicer :)

JC cannot approve special purpose registrations without manager approval. sounds like JC doesn't have a manager. I just did regular registration for now. Get special purpose after restoration. :|

My app is pending approval from Salem. They didn't question my Vermont registration much. they seemed more concerned with the number of CCs the bike was :shock:
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Re: getting the blue GS on the road

Postby joe » Tue Jun 25, 2013 11:37 pm

got an SS180 head and gearbox coming from italy! now I think I need an SS crank, clutch and conrod. getting close to rebuilding that spare GS160 motor into an SS180 motor. may go in the white bike.
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Re: getting the blue GS on the road

Postby jeffreyned » Wed Jun 26, 2013 8:46 pm

joe wrote:got an SS180 head and gearbox coming from italy! now I think I need an SS crank, clutch and conrod. getting close to rebuilding that spare GS160 motor into an SS180 motor. may go in the white bike.

Nice, but then you'll have the problem of what to do with that P200 engine... :lol: Better get another scoot!
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Re: getting the blue GS on the road

Postby joe » Thu Jun 27, 2013 7:46 pm

jeffreyned wrote:
joe wrote:got an SS180 head and gearbox coming from italy! now I think I need an SS crank, clutch and conrod. getting close to rebuilding that spare GS160 motor into an SS180 motor. may go in the white bike.

Nice, but then you'll have the problem of what to do with that P200 engine... :lol: Better get another scoot!


plenty of shelf space... or boat anchor
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