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This might just be the most famous Hawk GT - the one that started it all. This is the Two Brothers Racing Hawk Kevin Erion won the AMA's ProTwins Modified class title on in 1989. It has been featured in motorcycle magazines around the world and I believe one reason there are so many race Hawks today. I can't vouch for how many of the super trick parts are still on the bike from it's glory days, but from these pictures you can still see quite a few. Including Joey Dunlop's Isle of Man winning RVF750 frontend, RC30 carburetors, NSR250 radiator, and I'm sure much more. Thanks for the pictures Phil!
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Paul Ryun's bike has Honda RVF750 upper and lower fairings with a shortened RC30 seat cowl which is held in place by a Hawk Connection alloy subframe. The frontend is from a '92 GSXR 750 while the rear is suspended with a CBR900 rear shock and the stock spring. Ather mods include VFR rear wheel, TBR pipe, jet kit, and K&N air filters. Also notice the rear brakeline through the swingarm.
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Here are a couple updated pictures of Andrew's Hawk. Since buying his bike in 1996, he has spent countless hours working toward the perfect Hawk. Polished frame & swingarm, 700cc Wiseco kit, 153 cam, polished & ported heads, black powder coated top end & jugs, HawkConnection left side exhaust with TBR carbon canister, JetHot coated pipes, VFR rear wheel, CBR600F2 front-end & bars, Venom fairing, Corbin seat, stainless steel bolts throughout, 520 conversion, AFAM sprockets, etc, etc... The bike will soon be in his father's posession & residing in Florida. You see, Andrew has a new 1988 "stock" Hawk that's just started to be transformed. Watch this space for pictures of it soon.
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After a "spill", Don Church sprayed his '88 Hawk GT Infinity Pearl White. He also added a Supertrapp pipe, jet kit, Fox Shock, and CBR600 preload caps with homemade spacers. Like many Hawk owners, Don has continued to personalize his bike since he took these pictures... it now has CBR6 front and VFR rear wheels. New picture on the way Don?
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This is Thomas Eagen's third Hawk GT! I'm not sure what happened to the previous two, but Tommy obviously likes Hawk's. His latest bike, pictured above, features Vortex clip-ons, bar-end mirrors, Muzzy exhaust, jet kit and K&N filters.
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This is Steve Hamer's '91 BROS 400. He added an aftermarket fairing for a Suzuki GS500 and a belly pan for a Honda NTV. According to Steve, the fairing needed a small adjustment, but the belly pan went straight on.
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This is Jon Townsend's '88 BROS. As you can see in these shots, he like to have fun on it and not just going 'round n' 'round the roundabout. This summer he plans on riding it through France, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium and Holland on a touring holiday. I wish I could go =:-(
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Here are a few more pictures Jon sent me. These are from a "No Limits" trackday at Mallory Park in the UK. Jon said his BROS had no problems holding its own in the Intermediate Group.
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It's so cool people keep coming up with new ideas to make their Hawks stand out from the rest. This example belongs to Mike Pescetto. While the exhaust was obviously inspired by Buell, it's the first and only one of it's kind I've seen on a Hawk GT - somehow I don't think it'll be the last! Mike's bike also has a CBR600F2 front-end and VFR800 rear wheel wrapped in a 180/55 tire.
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