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    Default oh dear...

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    Oh my...!!
    A lot of work went into making this look oh so wrong!!
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    horrid. and, in many ways.
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    Massimo Bordi will have a heart attack if he sees this...

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    The exhaust looks interesting. I think he has put in a lot of work to get the bike he wants. I don't actually dislike it! Ok, it's no longer a "classic" 851/888 but hey, each to his own!

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    I like it, indevidual and detailed would look good next to a standard 851/888. I say well done

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    I think it looks great with immaculate detailing and some ingenuity to rout the exhausts where they are.

    What he's done to his bike is no better or worse than what so many 851 and 888 owners do tarting up their bikes with 'Corse' parts, original or reproduction, trying to make them look something they're not.

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    Not my cup of tea. But better than the chrome one and the one with the camouflage paint job in Germany.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony IOM View Post
    I think it looks great with immaculate detailing and some ingenuity to rout the exhausts where they are.

    What he's done to his bike is no better or worse than what so many 851 and 888 owners do tarting up their bikes with 'Corse' parts, original or reproduction, trying to make them look something they're not.
    Just back from a few days camping on the high moor's of Dartmoor with my two youngest, (It's the 1/2 term hol's) so missed this on here, but I've already seen it elsewhere and made a comment.
    I notice that nobody bit on your obvious wind up Tony...
    Better luck next time mate, you possibly need better bait?

    Steve R

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