1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper  RSS Feed

#1 2010-02-24 8:47pm

zippyuk
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1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

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1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

Loopy Ripper, in Classic Baby Blue

Always fancied a Loopy Ripper and when this came up recently I had to have it. I'd bought a few things to go on my TA but decided they'd be better off on this. It's got some rechromed Race Inc Bars and a NOS Race Inc seatpost. I've used a set of anniversary Profiles and JDB's Hutch beartraps but they still look nice on it. It came in Baby Blue with Gold decals so it made sense to go with gold components.


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#2 2010-02-24 8:54pm

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Re: 1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

Beautiful!


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#3 2010-02-26 1:12pm

Aaron97
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Re: 1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

Super sweet!!


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#4 2010-02-26 3:23pm

RadDad67
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Re: 1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

Looks great!Love the baby blue/gold combo. my next PK build will be more factory looking like yours, I got really carried away on my current one.

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#5 2010-05-08 10:54am

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Re: 1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

Great Build, caught my eye right away.  Gold is good combo with the frame.  I have one with Blue Araya Aero Rims.  Love the Loop Tails.


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#6 2010-05-08 11:47am

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Re: 1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

very nice ride!


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#7 2010-05-08 12:20pm

NorCal66
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Re: 1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

love the gold on the bulid...the blue makes the gold pop.  Lefty in the house.  Maybe it's new or I was never paying attention in the past but I just noticed you switched your brake grip to the left side.  Do a lot of guys do this?


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#8 2010-09-11 7:38am

zippyuk
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Re: 1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

It's the law here that all back brakes are on the left hand side because we all drive on the wrong side of the road. A lot of us change them over but some of mine have the lever on the right and some have them on the left.

Bike has now got Sugino 400's and Ukai Shinesides on it and looks even better.

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#9 2010-12-26 8:02am

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Re: 1982 SE Racing P.K. Ripper

I dig the baby blue and gold.  I'm not really following you about the brake being on the left?  I never refer to driving on the other side of the road as the wrong side as it's the right side for some.  Is this an English or Australian thing?  Unless you're left handed I don't see why you'd do that, seems like a strange law to me.

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