My 1100

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Re: My 1100

Postby David Richard » 09 Nov 2020, 12:38

hi thanks for the reply could you tell me who you used or pm if you like thanks david
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Re: My 1100

Postby DaveZ1 » 17 Nov 2020, 21:06

Hi Bigdjag, absolutely fabulous job on your Zephyr and exactly what I want my project to look like. Been searching the globe to get those 4 into 4s but Webike is out of stock and can’t say if they will be getting any more. Please tell me those Chinese ones are still available been pulling out my hair (what’s left of it) to find a set.
Just bought a 98 spoke model 1100 and I’m hoping to do a Z1 style restoration.
Cheers Dave.
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Re: My 1100

Postby steveh » 20 Nov 2020, 15:11

bigdjag wrote:I have somewhere i'll have to dig them out.
The pipes were a lucky find from China exact same as the ones from Webike but less than half the price and really good quality.
The front and rear mudguards are the original plastic Zephyr ones I had chrome sprayed.
Its a great bike to drive and turns a few heads. A few people thought it was a Z900 untill they look at the side panel badges.
Couldnt afford a Z900 so built my own and its a better bike.

Hi bigdjag, where did you get you plastics chromed?? Finish looks great.
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Re: My 1100

Postby steveh » 20 Nov 2020, 15:16

Freddy wrote:
bigdjag wrote:Couldnt afford a Z900 so built my own and its a better bike.


That's an interesting point. A Zephyr is a WAY better bike than a Z900. There are a number of well restored Z900's in my area. Whenever you come across one they seemingly all want to show you just how much better the 'real thing' performs compared to the 'pretender'. They are not even in the hunt with those flimsy forks, bias ply tyres, and flexible frame. Mind you they don't realize my 750 D1 is not really original even though I've gone to great lengths to make it look that way to all but the very knowledgeable observer.

Anyhow, its always entertaining. Now you even get all the Z900RS owners wanting to show you how superior their new purchase is.

Same here, I've even put a 1972 registration number on mine to cause further confusion. :D
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Re: My 1100

Postby ZoneAdmin » 21 Nov 2020, 13:43

Hi Steveh

Really nice looking bike! Did you get your parts from Webike?
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Re: My 1100

Postby steveh » 22 Nov 2020, 10:12

ZoneAdmin wrote:Hi Steveh

Really nice looking bike! Did you get your parts from Webike?


I bought the bike like this, most parts were supplied by Cybike.
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Re: My 1100

Postby ZoneAdmin » 23 Nov 2020, 09:33

Hi Steveh

Okay thanks for the info, I have heard of Cybike

Cheers
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