Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Binter Mercy 83 Chooper Modification

Binter Mercy 83 Chooper Modification
Modifikasi Binter mercy 1983 ala chooper

Lively city of Palembang in the last two days (10-11/10), especially the area of street POM IX event thanks to the presence of two-wheeled modification contest, MOTODIFY 2009 held by Djarum Black. For two days the area was filled with bikers and bike lovers also modifications. Along the way the owner modification helped gather, as well as Anto, 34. Not by accident he came to the venue, but he took part with Binter Mercy 1983.

Binter Mercy joined the black-robed enliven motor modification row displayed in the venue. Starting from the concept embodied in the imagination Anto, owner modification and the owner of the motorcycle-style chooper says, "I did this modification starts with imagination and left no input from my friends shop, so this chooper materialize," the firm Anto.

The first change that needs to be done in the context of concerns using "pipe wheeldeep" with a thickness of 3 mm. While support for good springer front suspension was chosen as the support of the motor to the body. Springer is the work of the fellow that flew mechanical workshop name Harum.

"This motor is the result of the workshop together with the scent, he worked on the project legs, springer and Footstep, while I prefer to concentrate to make the tank and chassis as well as other modifications," said the two children of this man. For the legs, the legendary motorcycle alloy wheels adopted from the car with the ring size 15, to make it look more macho. Whereas the right circle size rubber 170/15.

In connection with the kitchen runway, Anto still rely on the machine with a standard specification that has the capability of $ 200 CC. It's just to boost their performance, an alternative ignition and it's chosen unlimited CDI Suzuki Shogun 110. When asked about his victory in the National-scale event of this contest, the man said, "I am very happy and this would spur me to further realize the concept of the GS 250 Chopper"

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