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hooligan quads
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
i'm starting to think it's more of a build from ground up project.
yeh it pretty much is to be fair, the bike i started with was free and really the only good bits are the engine cases, the swing arm and the wheels....

donor bike is more like a picture on a jigsaw box
there is a complete planet in the shop somewhere for the stock part reference..

i knew the frame was cracked so had to be replaced been sat too long ot risk welding it, but was hoping the shocks were good.. stanchions are a little too pitted for my liking.

there is still a lot of parts to collect off the orginal bike but they are in another storage location.
 

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hooligan quads
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that extrusion on the frame rails looks like it could take plenty power
Seem to be a great light weight frame for conversions. I seen everything up to 690 duke engines put in them on my search. So can probably take much more with a bit of added bracing

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There is the added bonus of it being built by Ducati so alot of the early monster and 916/748 parts are interchangeable on these

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