My RS 1800

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My RS 1800

Postby BAXTER BOY on Mon May 24, 2010 10:23 am

Couple of pics of my RS 1800 after doing a year and a half rest on the old girl.
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Re: My RS 1800

Postby Ritchy-Fingaz on Thu May 27, 2010 8:30 pm

Nice! Mine's not quite up to that standard, but one day maybe! Is there any photos of it as a work in progress?
If it wasn't so clean, i'd have burnt it by now!
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Re: My RS 1800

Postby BAXTER BOY on Fri May 28, 2010 1:48 pm

Hi mate yes I have got a few of the resto on photobucket of all the front end work at one stage all that sat in the engine bay was the block minus the gearbox and running gear. I have also had some welding and bodywork done over the winter and fitted a brand new bodykit. Got her almost ready for the road now just wheels balanced and tracked up then all done.
Fitted Piper Cams and verniers reworked head so it should go a bit better than before mate. :) Will get some more pics up soon on here but no bodywork pics yet as the guys camera phone as broke and the pics are on it. :-?
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