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    Winter Mods!!!

    So I am about to start tearing the Hawk down for a Winter Restoration!!!
    I kinda hate to take it off the road, but I cannot wait to clean her up!!!

    First off, What rear wheel can I use that will still use the stock hub?
    Second, Where to buy Left Exit Exhast?

    Mods to be done include, but are not limited to:
    •Rear Wheel Conversion
    •Left Exit Exhaust
    •New Paint
    •Would like to upgrade fron wheel, but again, what wheel works well?
    •Emulators
    •Polish any/all metal
    •new turn signals
    •new clutch
    •valve adjustment


    I will need to do this on somewhat of a budget, so any good ideas/tips would be helpful.

    The engine is very strong with 57000 miles
    so I do not have any reason to tear it down.
    It already has a jet kit and a K&N filter
    '89 NT650 Hawk GT
    '91 CR125
    '99 KX250
    '97 S-10 (AKA Bike Hauler)

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    Re: Winter Mods!!!

    Originally Posted by Vtwin650
    So I am about to start tearing the Hawk down for a Winter Restoration!!!
    I kinda hate to take it off the road, but I cannot wait to clean her up!!!

    First off, What rear wheel can I use that will still use the stock hub?
    Second, Where to buy Left Exit Exhast?

    * a Hawk wheel. Any other wheel will need modification.

    Mods to be done include, but are not limited to:
    •Rear Wheel Conversion
    •Left Exit Exhaust
    •New Paint
    •Would like to upgrade fron wheel, but again, what wheel works well?

    * F2/F3 with spacer

    •Emulators
    •Polish any/all metal
    •new turn signals

    * Buell

    •new clutch
    •valve adjustment


    I will need to do this on somewhat of a budget, so any good ideas/tips would be helpful.

    The engine is very strong with 57000 miles
    so I do not have any reason to tear it down.
    It already has a jet kit and a K&N filter
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