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    Looking good
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    Here is mine JH600
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    Click any of the pictures to "Super Dooper Size" them..

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    Put some Avon Road Rider tires on my gy6, and lowered it, added a trunk, custom rack, and led signals up front, not sure if I want to keep the signals.



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    Hey Jim man right on with the creative photoshop work! She looks good and the tires must be a biiig change (no more whir whir whir).

    Are the LED signals the same brightness or weaker?

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    Looks good Jim .
    Now your officially an ON-Roader TT Rider not a dual-sport guy anymore .
    Obviously your riding style and lots of pavement riding enabled the bike to become more serious for the street now . I bet she handles pretty darn nice with those Avons , fine tires indeed . Probably very sticky in the rain now too .
    Mud well , if you like to flat track I guess . I have always liked the feel of a good street thumper , and that is what it is now . Blinkers look fine by the way as long as they work well .

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    Thanks for the comments guys... First off, you are both right about the blinkers... They weren't very bright, the stock worked better so they went back on and I took the unopened blinkers back to the store (I have 2 left, I never put on the rear).

    The tires did seem to handle really well, when I first tested them it was pouring, and I tried it up and down the road at probably 75km's or so, and it worked great. I also tried hard braking in the rain (slower speeds though) and it stopped great without sliding, I'm sure the stock ones would have locked up and slid.

    Right now I don't have insurance on it though, I've spent about all I can for the next while, just moved into an apartment (or I guess it's called a condo because I bought it?), and bought a 97 sunfire for commuting to work... Once I get some more money though, I'll insure the Lifan again, after all that's the reason for the Avon's, to commute.
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    Ziyang City, Sichuan Province?

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    ZhongXing ZX150-5 "Cannonball" - I got slighly longet ofr legs and much longer rear shock unit on this 150cc Chinese made Nighthawk that I qualify it as a dualsport. :) She crossed rivers and 5000m passes and rode with me through 6 hours of a rediculous sand storm yet was great to ride around town.









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    Hi all, saw this thread and thought i'd put up some pics of my XTR! (Galaxy XTR 250)









    I bought it 2 months ago and highly recommend it! It's really not a bad dirt bike! I fitted the motard wheels a couple of weeks ago and been having a lot of fun with it!

    Also thought i'd throw in some pics of the sidecar; since i do a lot of off-roading with it i thought it'd be appropriate!







    ps: Supersignet your pics are amazing, and your bike ain't half bad either! i almost bought one before settling on the XTR!
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