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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-09-2004, 11:25 PM Thread Starter
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I stumbled across this site, looks like it could be interesting.
If you have some time give a shot. I'm going for the XJR 1300

Good Luck

http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/eng/papercraft/index.html
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Cool! I need something to rid the boredom. I'm giving the Vmax a try. Always liked those bikes.
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I would like to add these are Not! as easy as one might think at first glance, because with 19 pages total for the different main parts and 38 cutout pieces just for the motor. Not including the 14 pages of step by step instructions you'll have some work too do.

But if you think your man or woman enough, go for it.

I would suggest to all to use some heavier paper then your
normal print out stuff


This info, was on the XJR 1300: some maybe easier or harder
so, Good Luck!!
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