The Sidewalk Super Villain Supernaut

Discussion in 'RRB BUILD OFF #5 FINISHED BIKES' started by KOTA, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. KOTA

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    I'm pretty sure it's an "unwritten" rule that you can't add too, or edit, your post in FINISHED bikes, once you've posted........ALL that hard work, down the drain.....So sorry, bighit. :cry:




    Hey bighit, I was in Flemington a few weeks ago....VERY nice place to live!
     
  2. KOTA

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    Just watched the video.......One "BAD" ride! Ya got one of my votes. Well thought out and executed. 8)
     
  3. 2dawgs

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    PERFECT! Man, that is one cool bike,
     
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    :shock: sweet :shock:
     
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    deliciously evil and wicked my friend! :mrgreen: now i know why you were holding out too.kinda hard to hide a set of those bars! 8) like a big black evil locomotive from....heck! :D really great build! :mrgreen: now just find a cool pillow to duct tape to your...bleep! :roll:
     
  6. Road Master

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    Looks "Bad To The Bone"! I like your acorn nuts replacements - very cool.
     
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    Really cool :mrgreen:
     
  8. Graylock

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    First of all it's a cool bike from where I'm sitting. Nice job!


    Don't listen to this guy. We all have to tweak the text, we just don't spell that well. If you still have to tweak the pics maybe thats an insecure issue. I don't think thats an issue here. This bike is so big it takes two websites to show it.

    Got my vote 8) unless someone is holding back..........doubt that.

    GL
     
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    I can't stop looking at this bike. It just flows. Looks like you'll be hittin the top of the vote list. Beautiful, just beautiful.
     
  10. thatismytruck

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    I like this one very much. good job.
     
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    I knew I had to expect something cool but nothing prepared me for this,
    I was able to catch my jaw before it hit the floor.

    ubercool bike.
    makes me wonder what it would look like if it would run into icyuod2's b.o.b.o.b.
    would be an awesome combo.
     
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    a very unique bike :shock:
     
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    This is One bike I really like.I like bikes that some how have a look that says "the factory should have dreamed this up to sale"They might still be selling them!
     
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    wow what can i say i had my doubts about the wheel disks but it works. the level of detail in this bike is amazing the stem and bars really finish off the bike. as said before very well executed, thought out and it has flow. just the right amount of things to make it stick out but not so much that it looks too busy. and it also splits that line of being a rat without being rusty (which is not a bad thing to be rusty by the way). i salute you this is a front runner well done
     
  16. Petrohead

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    Love it.
     
  17. JuggyWuggy

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    I'm really digging this bike. 8)
     
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    Very cool, love the bars dude.
     
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    Just keep the children away......it could be bad!!! :shock:
     
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    This turned out super cool, and all the details are great.
     

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