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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 1:28 pm 
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cant wait to see it built up. thats lovely. used to have a psyclone but this puts it to shame. :)


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 2:59 pm 
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Nice!

I like the fact that your doing a catalogue-build!

Greeting from my 92 Psycone! :D I had a re-paint done as well.

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Getting the 1991 decals won't be easy, I fear... I know a source for the 92 decals, if that helps.

Here is another lovely 91 Cyclone:

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(C) dkh99, original paint
more pics here: http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=221866


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Rahbari wrote:
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Ooooooh I think I've just had an accident..... :oops:


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MADJEZ wrote:
Ooooooh I think I've just had an accident..... :oops:


What are you trying to say? Decals are still being produced.


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had a look on a better screen and I think my concern with the cable router is just an optical illusion


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Rahbari wrote:
MADJEZ wrote:
Ooooooh I think I've just had an accident..... :oops:


What are you trying to say? Decals are still being produced.


I have a weakness for yellow & blue GTs... That's beautiful, I'm a sick man ! :lol:


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Wow, that was fast!!!! Good luck with the project. It was bitter sweet letting it go, but I just didn't have a vision for the bike...


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 1:28 am 
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clockworkgazz wrote:
sweet as the proverbial 8)


kaiser wrote:
Lovely! 8)


CTK wrote:
Oof that is lush!


Thanks :D

mikee wrote:
nice

you re-painting it ?


Yes - Red with black forks - as per the pic below.

mattbrown wrote:
Nout wrong withe the 1992 Outpost - I had one as well, great paint scheme


Yeah - best year for an outpost IMO :lol: it was a bit heavy but rode well had decent forks and the colour made it look like a Karakoram 8)

daj wrote:
Looks lovely Adie !!

Look forward to seeing it ...................Under dust sheets!! :lol: :lol:


Hah - they all get ridden Dave - just not that often :lol:

merckx wrote:
red and black, certainly looks lush. have you got decals sorted?


No - going to see if Kevin W is happy to do them. If not then Gil_m has most of them on file and I have one good 'Cyclone' as a proof :D

cce wrote:
is it me or is the internal cable routing all wrong in pic5?


cce wrote:
had a look on a better screen and I think my concern with the cable router is just an optical illusion


Check the catalogue pic below - looks OK I think :D

SaracenSteve wrote:
cant wait to see it built up. thats lovely. used to have a psyclone but this puts it to shame. :)


psyclones are the nuts - I'd love a 93 one with full XTR 8)

Rahbari wrote:
Nice!

I like the fact that your doing a catalogue-build!

Greeting from my 92 Psycone! :D I had a re-paint done as well.



Just had a look at your build thread - that is sweet 8)
mkozaczek wrote:
Wow, that was fast!!!! Good luck with the project. It was bitter sweet letting it go, but I just didn't have a vision for the bike...


Yeah couldn't wait to get it started! Thanks for shipping it so fast :D


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Just how many projects do you have on the go/finished Adrian? :shock: :lol:

Retrobike law states you must do a group shot at some point.

Nice GT btw, looking forward to seeing how it turns out. Think I might need an early GT at some point. 8)


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 18, 2013 5:10 pm 
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Any news? :)


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