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Old 06-03-2011   #1
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Hey so I have a situation you could call it. I just started riding in january and I picked myself an 83 yamaha 400. A great bike to start out on It's got a slick look and runs great but I'm starting to itch for a little more power and a bit more of an aggressive look. The bike is sentimental to me though and I wanted to know how big of a motor could i put on that frame? Ideas on maybe opening up the front end and putting that front wheel a bit further out there. Or where I could look for that kind of information. Thanks!
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Old 06-14-2012   #2
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Not practical. You need to keep the sentimental bike and buy a larger one.
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Old 07-09-2012   #3
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is my one ok? i own a fazer
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