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    SLR Street tracker

    Hi there!

    A year ago i got trigged by reading this forum to build a tracker. Off course we all know the nice examples from the NX, but i chose the SLR as a base. So after a year i present you the result off those influence.

    With help from a local shop we got to this! I want to mention the shop, because off the huge effort! It's JC motors in Holland, and on their site they got the build thread in pictures.

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    So the parts: Rear suspension R1, cbr front fork internals, XT tank, exhaust originally for a sportster.

    And after all: thanks for the push, it's the most fun ever on two wheels.

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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    Very nice


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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    Nice!
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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    Simple

    Less is more

    Very nice

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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    Thanks!

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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    Oh god I want one of these... just stunning
    Although I would have reservations about riding it with the back end looking like its floating in space??
    Last edited by phil w; 04-10-12 at 08:19 PM.

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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    Very nice . Like this alot.

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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by phil w View Post
    Oh god I want one of these... just stunning
    Although I would have reservations about riding it with the back end looking like its floating in space??
    Thanks!

    About the subframe, it's not that free floating as you can see here, and off course it's one person only.


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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    That looks great. It's got a lot of nice touches. Love the tank and the clock.

    The bike has a similarity with these Italian Bonnevilles. I saw one in the south of France on my hols this year and tracked down the website.

    TpR Italian Factory Urban Scrambler “R”

    Worth a look.

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    Re: SLR Street tracker

    i love that , why did you use the cbr fork internals!!!! also , any idea what the length of the R1 shock is as I like the look of it

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