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Here is Ady's ST70. He's gone with a low-key approach, preferring to let the bike speak for itself. We'd say the bike is quite eloquent... 

>Honda Nice disc brake front end with billlet trees and wavey disc.
>G-craft aluminium wheels & stock OEM hubs anodized black.
>Kitaco +6cm aluminum swing arm with home made brace added.
>Honda Nice engine rebuilt with HD clutch, Z40 cam, Kitaco VM26 carb.
>home made S.S. exhaust with carbon fiber & billet aluminium end can.
>LSL steering damper.
>Stainless steel auxillary fuel tank fitted to left side of the bike.
>Stainless steel oil catch tank.
>Oil cooler with custom stainless steel bracket.
>All steel parts blasted, zinc plated prior to paint.
>Kitaco aluminium front fender smoothed to remove factory indents.

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 Steve's 1972 ST70 Dax which he purchased in "...a plastic trash bag and a cardboard box, for 320GBP..." (about $600). He's transformed a basket case into a world-class little bike. The photographs don't do it justice!

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 The basic structure has been fortified with a Daytona +6cm swingarm, soon to be replaced with a braced G-Craft unit, a Faddy USD front end with Honda 220mm disc brake and ultra-high-end Ohlins shocks.

The build is capped-off with a Kitaco R-type stainless/carbon fiber exhaust, G-Craft alloy wheels, Faddy oil catch tank, powder coated frame and leather seat upholstery.

This bike uses a rare Honda 80mph speedometer and can probably bury the needle at will!

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 Above, is the reason for the other fortifications: a tuned 160cc Nice engine with an ultra big-valve head, r20 cam, 28mm carb and overdrive fourth gear ratio. It all comes together to the tune of 22hp(!)The 4-row stacked-plate oil cooler is a serious piece of hardware. No doubt it gets a good workout on those balls-out top speed blasts.

 

Steve figures he's put about 100 hours into the build. We'd say that was time well spent!


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Here we see Godfried's Dax in various stages of development. Like any good hotrodder, he's always making changes looking & looking for improvement. We'd say he's done rather well. This is also one of the fastest bikes of it's kind.

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