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My Suzuki Crystal Cafe Racer Modification

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Every good and successful project comes with a good plan. After I decided on having this bike to be a cruiser bike I have changed my mind. I thought it was a bit more complicated doing the foot rest. I came across a bike from the 70's where they use to race to one cafe to another. It was a straight modifications after all. As of the moment, I have disassemble everything from the ground up. I still be able to use the Raider 150 Tpost together with its Front Fork Assembly. I have already cut down the chassis leaving the shock mounting for the rear. What I have a hard time doing right now is finding the right Fuel Tank and filling up that space above the engine. I was thinking of moving the fuel tank at the front below the Dummy Fuel tank to make it more appealing but it's still on the drawing board. 

According to the website Bike EXIF, there is a foundation of building a cafe racer bike. According to all the research I have read. It should have this backbone and the height of the tank will be the peak part of everything. The tail should not be longer than the center of the rear wheel. I still have a lot to modify and its worth every second thinking about how to customize this high school bike of mine.

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