clockerification: Nicest bike I've seen. Any info on the forks,lowered internally?
Chris Lee: I have a GS 1100 that I want to do this to. Can you please help me to connect to the artist that transformed this beauty for you?
Ian Summers: I really like what you did witht the frame and the tail of the bike. Very creative and the result looks fantastic.
Judge_Jon: looks awesome, makes me almost not want to sell my stock one and do something similar
bhdunphy: Are the this the stock front end and forks, is it lowered? If so how do you do it
ChuckCrapp: Look's more like a cross between a bobber and a Cafe Racer in my opinion but its good work and if you like more to yeah man, good bike.
Ed Boncich: I'd like to buy the bike if it's for sale! let me know . . .
Tyler Jensen: This is super sick bike bro. I just bought a Suzuki GS 650 GL and am considerinf doing some customizations to it. This gave me killer inspiration. I repect not only your engineering ability but also your style. Let me know if you have anything extra that would be sick on my bike. I may be interested in buying a few items from. Either way..........Rad bike DUDE!
MotoErgoSum: How much does that thing weigh? It looks like it would be pretty damn light. Nicely done. Seat looks like it would kill on a 500+ mile day trip, though.
fuelhemi426: That music is the SHIIIIIIIIIIT!!!! Goes with the bike.
ash i: the music sucks. just let us hear the engine.
Joenalo: Lol Would you prefer some classical music, country, techno??? Some rap perhaps??? Oh I know you just wanna hear the engine growl.
Dkotelokus: i would have finished watching this video of a cool bike if it didnt have that stupid freaking noise in the background.
Joenalo: Hey Bro. This is the original tank. I just filled in where the suzuki decals were and blacked it out. The bike is a 1981 GS650G. Hope this helps.
BrownyCakes1: This is seriously badass.
acw6cuse: very nice,good job bro
chris matej: sick ass looking bike :)
guztavous: you can add pods to a stock gs650, you only have to give it less air
Joenalo: @hackdawg I bought mine through JCMotors.com. I was wrong about the brand name. Its Dynojet and not Dynacarb. This page isnt allowing me to post the link. Hope this helps though.
David Hacker: Dynacarb jet kits are 124 dollars is that right!!???
I want to do this to my 650 really bad I can not stand the air box. If you think you could find me the link for the jet kit you should post it.