Jap Chop Project

Apr 2, 2007
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This is what I've been doin in my spare time......
Stock 1988 Sazook 850, Freebie from Uncle Frank. Once I found out I could get it runnin' I found ambition to start ripping her apart.


Cut off a bunch of useless stuff. This thing weighed 557 pounds dry!!! Got rid of at least 30-40 pounds here alone.


Now I'm trying to make an eighties sport bike look like an ol' hardtail Harley, the shaft drive is really not cool, but, this is what I got so far.....

Them homeade straight pipes are a little noizy, but man do they sound G O O D :mrgreen:

Here is one of where the seat will kinda go
 
Apr 2, 2007
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Well, I haven't posted in awhile although I keep peakin' in at the site from work, lots of really cool rides in the build off!!! Very inspiring stuff!
Thought I'd post up a updated pic of the Skazooki, I still have a few more things to do to clean it up a bit and hopefully wire it up this weekend :roll: ...............
and see if it holds together, LOL



 
Apr 2, 2007
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The bars are motorsickle cafe style "clubman" bars, just flipped upside down. They are thick as all git out.
I wouldn't trust bicycle bars on a motorbike :D

Thanks for the compliments, once she's runnin' again I will post a vid, she'a a loud one :lol: