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1985 Xj700n- Pseudo-modified

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    All modifications are cosmetic.... No cutting or altering of any original parts. No welding, either. It can go back to factory original in under an hour.
Mechanic1978, mhudson, wgul and 12 others like this.
  1. Easy Rider
    Looks great! Where did you get that luggage rack from?
  2. Chance
    That looks sharp! Small, light mods make a difference. And to think it can be original again easily... brings up the value I'd say.
    Awesome bike Hogfiddles.
    1. hogfiddles
      Thank You! It's currently in factory trim.... I didn't do it to 'stay "pseudo" but put back someday'..... Rather, I did it this way so that I can switch back and forth depending on how I need it to look for a particular day, ride participation, wifey riding along, etc.....
      Glad you like it :)
      hogfiddles, May 5, 2016
  3. Rod1
    I just need to know about the rider seat... it's the original? how you lowered?
    1. hogfiddles
      It is AN original that was cut down. I pulled the cover, re shaped the foam and re-curved the pan. THE original seat is on the shelf until I need it for the factory look.
      hogfiddles, Apr 20, 2016
  4. pygmy_goat_
    Did you repaint it? Also, are those the stock mirrors? If not, where are they from?
    1. hogfiddles
      Repaint- nope. Factory original finish. Mirrors-factory mirrors
      hogfiddles, Apr 20, 2016
  5. elliott
    Love that red. Seeing this gives me hope for mine!