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Offline AdrenalineJunkie

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Re: 1981 eltigre resto
« Reply #15 on: June 04, 2018, 02:04:36 PM »
That thing is beautiful!  Nice work my friend.  My old grass racer turned out alright too.
Nice. Cleated track? Those are fun when crossing the road lol.  Look at my handlebars carefully. I took out some of the pull back. What you think?  I'm in search of a tach.  My instruments are from 85 model I believe.  in 86 they went to oil injection with a oil light in tach. I guess the 85 gauges are as rare as the 81.
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Re: 1981 eltigre resto
« Reply #16 on: June 20, 2018, 04:12:57 PM »
That thing is beautiful!  Nice work my friend.  My old grass racer turned out alright too.
Nice. Cleated track? Those are fun when crossing the road lol.  Look at my handlebars carefully. I took out some of the pull back. What you think?  I'm in search of a tach.  My instruments are from 85 model I believe.  in 86 they went to oil injection with a oil light in tach. I guess the 85 gauges are as rare as the 81.

Rubber track conversion from an early 80's Pantera, studded w/ chisels for grass.  I have a tach for the 77-78 models, not sure if the 81 is different?
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Re: 1981 eltigre resto
« Reply #17 on: June 21, 2018, 07:33:44 AM »
Man it's been a long time but I had a 77 and an 80..........
Thought they were a little different.
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