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I might recognize that bike from the "SCR950 Riders" group on FB. From the tires and the general tracker vibe, it looks like one that was posted a while back by a guy named Ed Pudvah, in case you felt like tracking him down, but he didn't have a seat like that. Another guy in the group has a seat kind of like that, but the colors are different; his name is Jonathan Sayre. Good luck.
 

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I could ride that and be happy, love the dirt tracker /flat tracker look
I don't think I would give up my front brake for "the look".
 

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Me to! I'm planning on going down that route when it all comes together 👍

I've made front brackets, made a number board from Ali and sourced a small light from Highway Hawk.

Here's mine at the moment...
Looks good, wish we would have had access to the all black here in the states.
 

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Franksy,
Really like what you've done, can you post a link to the grips, throttle assy, and bar end mirrors. Thats something I really want to do.


Thanks
 

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Franksy,
Really like what you've done, can you post a link to the grips, throttle assy, and bar end mirrors. Thats something I really want to do.


Thanks
The throttle assembly is standard, I've also replaced the standard bar for Renthals which I prefer to the original bars. I like the minimal look. 😎
 

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Just to let you all know, the bike originally posted in this thread is not the Cycle News bike (which was built by Jeff Palhegyi).

The owner is Robert Reese (instagram: reeseracing43) who races the bike in the Super Hooligan class and is working on a chain drive conversion kit to sell in the fall/winter of this year.

How do I know this? I messaged him on Instagram. Be sure to hit him up on Instagram if you are interested in chain drive...
 

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Just to let you all know, the bike originally posted in this thread is not the Cycle News bike (which was built by Jeff Palhegyi).

The owner is Robert Reese (instagram: reeseracing43) who races the bike in the Super Hooligan class and is working on a chain drive conversion kit to sell in the fall/winter of this year.
I stand corrected. Crazy that there would be TWO Super Hooligan SCRs out there.
 

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I really want to see the mounting plates for the rearsets, and how they attach on each side!

Chain drive conversion... is that actually going to materialize? Because I'm all-in on that. If it's under $600, I'm buying it.

Charles.
 
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