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    Wow! Great work! Your buggy looks awesome, smart thinking and good excellent fabrication of the parts. Did you really build this awesome machine in several months?! you got the whole set of rims with tires for free?! That's really awesome!

    Now the small things like electrical and fluids. I keep you following!
    I'm building my personal Badland's ST2 Long Travel
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    Quote Originally Posted by ErwinBnl View Post
    Wow! Great work! Your buggy looks awesome, smart thinking and good excellent fabrication of the parts. Did you really build this awesome machine in several months?! you got the whole set of rims with tires for free?! That's really awesome!

    Now the small things like electrical and fluids. I keep you following!

    Thanks. No I paid $500 for the rims, but I got tires for free.
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    .................... this is school...!!!!!! nice work...........
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    There is so much awesome in this build. I am taking a lot of tips from your pics. There are a lot of changes in doing to my st2 and you are helping a lot. Thank you
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    I'm kinda' bogged down with the wiring for now. I haven't progressed much since my last post.
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    What year is that engine out of? I'm using a 1981 cb 750 and I couldn't believe the amount of wiring involved. So I got someone hacking it away for me. Over 3/4 of it was all signal light stuff.
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    It's a 1998 I believe. I've taken all the signal light stuff out too, but there's still a pretty good nest.
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    Be glad it's not a new bike with EFI and a computer. Talk about wire harness nightmares...
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    Yeah, mine had lots of un-needed wires too. Took me a couple hours to figure out what I could remove and what I had to keep.
    I looked at your build pics again and man does it look killer.
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    I haven't progressed much over the last couple weeks, but here's what I got done. I mounted the rad. I bought a honda civic rad on ebay. $120 with fan, great deal I thought.






    I had to cut the upper hose fitting off the rad and weld it back on at an angle to clear the airbox.






    Here's the nest of wires. I've already cut out the unnecessary wires I just have to extend some wires up to the dash and clean it up.








    Made a firewall.







    And this is the dash board.



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