problemaddict
problemaddict Reader
3/21/09 2:42 p.m.

THis is like the perfect combination for the GRM/Sprockets boards:

Built by Lazareth a french custom builder.

http://Lazareth.fr

http://www.lazareth.org/pdf-2006/roadster-v6.pdf

Grtechguy
Grtechguy SuperDork
3/22/09 7:21 a.m.

sharp looking bike.......heavy motor for little power though..

Osterizer
Osterizer HalfDork
3/22/09 2:31 p.m.

I love the brakes. I've often wondered why more things don't use that.

Grtechguy
Grtechguy SuperDork
3/22/09 3:37 p.m.

Brakes appear to be lifted directly from Buell

Osterizer
Osterizer HalfDork
3/22/09 3:43 p.m.
Grtechguy wrote: Brakes appear to be lifted directly from Buell

Buell mounts theirs on the edge of the wheel. These are located almost dead center.

BAMF
BAMF New Reader
3/22/09 9:59 p.m.

This bike seems to have really wide wheels. It probably makes it a lot easier to mount them in the middle.

4cylndrfury
4cylndrfury Reader
3/23/09 8:47 a.m.

Monotube front end FTW!!!!

benzbaron
benzbaron Reader
3/24/09 9:24 p.m.

You could just use a gsx-1300 motor if you wanted to go super fast. Why people put car engine into motorcycle I will not know? What does it get you? It is a form of mechanical masterbation if you ask me. That would make a hell of a trailer queen though!

The only exception to the car motor into bike is some of the goldwings which use honda v6 engines. But that is an 1100lbs cruiser not some poser sport bike.

MitchellC
MitchellC HalfDork
3/26/09 11:24 p.m.
Osterizer wrote: I *love* the brakes. I've often wondered why more things don't use that.

You just admitted to loving something French. Italicized love, too.

Osterizer
Osterizer HalfDork
3/26/09 11:50 p.m.
MitchellC wrote:
Osterizer wrote: I *love* the brakes. I've often wondered why more things don't use that.

You just admitted to loving something French. Italicized love, too.

Eva Green (seen here with Mr. Blonde Bond) is French.

I'm for it. After all, I'm sure somebody's introduced them to razors by now.

Grtechguy
Grtechguy SuperDork
3/27/09 7:19 a.m.
benzbaron wrote: The only exception to the car motor into bike is some of the goldwings which use honda v6 engines. But that is an 1100lbs cruiser not some poser sport bike.

Wrong..... The goldwing engine is a 6cylinder boxer design

CarKid1989
CarKid1989 Reader
3/27/09 11:30 a.m.
benzbaron wrote: It is a form of mechanical masterbation if you ask me.

Its what!?

93celicaGT2
93celicaGT2 Dork
3/27/09 11:38 a.m.

144hp and 115tq with serious low end grunt compared to traditional crotch rocket powerplants....

I'd rock it. I bet it's a scary ride.

And hell.... if a K8 fits in there, so does a KL.

199hp 165tq anyone?

knb13
knb13 New Reader
3/28/09 8:33 p.m.
93celicaGT2 wrote: 144hp and 115tq with serious low end grunt compared to traditional crotch rocket powerplants.... I'd rock it. I bet it's a scary ride. And hell.... if a K8 fits in there, so does a KL. 199hp 165tq anyone?

need to specify which KL... ha ha sorry I'm kind of a KL dork..

KL03 or KLDE has 165hp and 164torque... the KLZE has the 200hp.

PaulY
PaulY New Reader
3/28/09 9:52 p.m.

Those are pretty wicked headers and doing it just for the sake of it it cool too. The brakes are cool in a showey way but for function i'd go with something more traditional for better performance.

VonSmallhausen
VonSmallhausen New Reader
3/31/09 8:23 p.m.

Did anyone else brows through the cars that they had, V8 minis, and a V8 Twigo, and a Quad sport bike thing wow

problemaddict
problemaddict Reader
4/1/09 6:24 a.m.

Apparently those quads are street legal in France, too

And for the record, i'd totally throw Eva Green one, although i might take her out for a milkshake and a burger first.

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