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Old 01-09-2013, 04:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm diggin how dude built this 1.....lots of R-1 Goodies


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Not in love with the rear fender but pretty sweet lookin
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My wife wanted me to buy a Vmax instead of the Warrior, but I hated how it looked like a 20yrd bike. But that rear tail makes it look like a newer bike. I love the tail!!
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Old 01-09-2013, 05:19 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Love the Vmax you posted.

Ludovic Lazareth's "Hypermodifed Vmax" is still my all time favorite. Incredible and futuristic.


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Im wishing we (warrior) could get in on that clear clutch cover...
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Even after all these years Mr Max lives and breathes and is still among the quickest!
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That bike was built by WAYNE MEYER, from Michigan if my memory is correct. I rode with him at several of the V-Max gatherings back in the good old days.

He built it himself. . . chaindrive, fuel injected, 1500cc motor, custom tail . . .etc. It had NOS on it at one time.

Wayne and Wild Bill, were working on some billet heads for the bike at one time. Don't ever think they got them finished.

If you look closely you will see that the swingarm is a little too long for the bike. The manufacture didn't understand the measurements they gave them and built it to long.

Regardless it was (and may still be) an real nice V-Max.

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I dont think its too long at all. I like the stretched look on that bike.

My only critique would be the clear covers and the headlight. LOVE everything else.
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The clear clutch cover is what I'm talking about to!!!
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