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Ok thanks alot for doing all that for me.
 

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It took some time, But once you get the hang of it, it's like just riding a bike. "EASY" I will be adding a few videos to the site soon. They will be kickin!!! But here is some more two wheel pictures. ANd a few Wheelies.





 

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If any one else has any action shots, feel free to throw them in. Like pictures listed above.
 

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Your Z looks clean, your lucky. My Z is pretty dirty, somethings just don't clean, like around the sprocket and chain. All that lube dries up on the fender or on sprocket and then you get mud on there and its just a mess, but a dry mess.
 

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Your Z looks clean, your lucky.  My Z is pretty dirty, somethings just don't clean, like around the sprocket and chain.  All that lube dries up on the fender or on sprocket and then you get mud on there and its just a mess, but a dry mess.[/b]
Yea, I kept My Z looking good all the time, some of my friends dont even think I get it dirty till I show them the pictures. A good Cleaning hint Use "Simple Green" Thats the best stuff to clean with.
 

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My swing and sprocket stay clean cause I use Kerosene to clean the chain which also does real nice on the sprocket and any overspray from oiling. =-)
 

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Thanks Man, I will have alot of more pictures up in a few weeks with a few kick A$$ Movies. And Happy Halloween Here is my mask i will be wearing also lol :twisted:
 
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