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    Schlossers new Falco is finished

    Ladies and Gentlemen, the new Falco, build by Schlosser, is finished.

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    ... keep the rubber site down.

    Christian from Germany

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    Looks at own falco in garage.

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    awesome work

    I love it as it is so individual
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    I like the exhaust & the belly-pan.
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    One of the best modified ones I've seen, Well done.

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    Holy Moly! I want one. That looks fantastic. Well done, sir. (The best of both worlds-RSV4 and our Falco!)

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    Dito to all the above.

    Can you tell more of the build? How dificult to do the seat and pipe mods?
    What are the pipes off? How is it running with those pipes?

    Please tell?
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    Yeah, tell us more about those pipes.
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    Outstanding! There's me feeling smug 'cos I'd managed to fit some new bar ends over the weekend.

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    ... keep the rubber site down.

    Christian from Germany

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    Quote Originally Posted by RossGuzzi View Post
    Dito to all the above.

    Can you tell more of the build? How dificult to do the seat and pipe mods?
    What are the pipes off? How is it running with those pipes?

    Please tell?
    The engine was built by Amann in Germany. It runs without alternator with A123 accumulator and Aluminum clutch plates. The power at the clutch is 142 HP. The Wight is 410 pounds with 2,5 US-Gallon fuel.
    ... keep the rubber site down.

    Christian from Germany

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    Brilliant !

    Love that exhaust!

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    Finished?

    You are joking, right?

    Is a Schlosser Falco ever finished?

    The amount of time that you have spent in engineering a proper exhaust system alone is incredible (3rd ground-up construction over several years?).

    Still have the self-made oil tank?

    I believe that has to be most accomplished Racing Falco ever, in the entire WORLD.

    No doubts about that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by go_modem_go View Post


    Finished?

    You are joking, right?

    No no Sir,

    Is a Schlosser Falco ever finished?
    Okay okay ..... i still have some few ideas.
    The amount of time that you have spent in engineering a proper exhaust system alone is incredible (3rd ground-up construction over several years?).
    Well thing wants to have while.
    Still have the self-made oil tank?
    Yes is mounted.
    I believe that has to be most accomplished Racing Falco ever, in the entire WORLD.

    No doubts about that!
    ... maybe, there are not so many lunatics like me.
    ... keep the rubber site down.

    Christian from Germany

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    Wow! Absolutely amazing! Is the sub-frame completely custom? Really makes our OEM tail unit look so bulky.
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