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Post by pommychopper » Sun Jul 12, 2009 9:44 am

Not a chop but an interesting concept!

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Post by Thespis » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:13 am

A Blast motor eh? Since that's effectively half a Sportster motor (Buell...six a one half a doz...)...and a Sporty's half-a-Harley (remember that saying?) then I guess these are a quarter of a Hog! :twisted: :roll: :lol:

I'm not sure their use of "bobber" suits..more streetfighterish in my eyes, but I like the spine frame, no-doubt inspired by The Master, Fritz Egli....stating the obvious I am ;-)

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Post by Bacca » Sun Jul 12, 2009 6:07 pm

Interesting little bike

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Post by Chucky » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:11 pm

The blast is a nice concept.

The motor would make a great cafe racer powerplant with PLENTY of space for a super charger behind the cylinder.

I don't know why they havent become more popular, theres a plethora of tuning parts for evo's so you could get it shifting with off the shelf parts. Throw big twin parts into the mix and a big bore 1000cc single should be reasonably easy to make :twisted:

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