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Old 11-20-2020, 01:50 PM
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This one has s hybrid engine. S&S evo mount cases with TC top end. It uses a little mono shock for the seat. It's a really good bike to ride. I'm suprised that I don't see more bikes with em.



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Old 01-06-2021, 10:54 PM
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Old 09-27-2022, 03:22 PM
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I've been thinking about having my tins PC in black. Your bike pretty tells me what it would look like...

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Hey guys, I traded for this frame and cannot find any concrete info in it... The closest thing I can find to it is a Kenny Boyce pro street chassis but it is still a little different. The Vin has never been registered so that is no help. Hoping you guys can help me out, thanks in advance!
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Old 12-19-2022, 06:47 AM
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morning people,
I have been collecting parts & finally finished my 78 Shovelhead last summer, so far it's only done about 500 miles. but i hope in spring of 2024 to be able to ride down to Southern Spain on it via the France & over the Pyrenees mountains, a round trip of about 3500 miles to get meself wedded to a beautiful blue eyed blonde,
I had to build a swingarm bike, as age & bone rot has set in bad & am in the middle of having my pelvis reconstructed then 2 new hips & two complete knee replacements, now I wont be able to walk let alone ride until Jan 2024 at the earliest I am planning the trip with legs of around 300 miles a day, taking it easy & intend to hit the beaches at Normandy, & other sites of interest on the way,
its kinda my ultimate build, to last me out & i wanted it to include everything I have in the past wanted to use, but never could due to my low pay grade,.
i started with a 78 FLH motor that i completely rebuilt from the crank up, it has Manley valve springs, kibblewhite black diamond valves, WISECO 9.5:1 pistons, a Leinweber L2S cam with solid lifters, 'RT Biker' Borocilicate glass pushrod covers, an S&S oil pump with a JBROSG oil filter pump cover with a direct feed spin on filter, a Burkhard Magneto nose cone with a Morris rare earth magnet Magneto with a gas strut & handlebar advance/retard lever, twin GMA 4 pot front calipers, fork brace, Ohlin steering damper, a clever CANNONBALL Stealth starter that fires up via the right side of the trans kicker mech so no need for a ring gear or support so a 3'' Karata belt drive with a 10 finger clutch with diaphragm spring clutch that gives you a one finger clutch pull, Brembo rear brake on a RK 'Wagon Wheel' that stops you on a dime all mounted in a METMACHEX Alloy Swingar with Shock Factory adjustable gas shocks, forwards are THUNDERHEART ones from a Gilroy Indian Scout that use the same axis for the pegs & lever pivot for easier gear & brake reach & use, got a real comfortable NOS Corbin saddle I got for $100 delivered !!.. the pipes are 2'' drags I cut so use as downpipes that are necked down to 3/4'' (for back pressure) into tapered mufflers, Tail light is from an old Moto Guzzi, the tank i fitted with an ENOTS racing flip[ up filler cap & feeds a new LECTRON carb & topped the motor with a set of THROWBACK cycles rocker boxes & air scoop, lots of other small things mostly home made or made by a good buddy Phil who is a great engineer, but 95% i did myself, it runs real good, handles great & sounds like Thunder, (which will get the Frenchies Running like at the sound of gunfire,... I wanted to drop the motor into a Swedish Long chop frame with Tolle wide glides but sadly the bone rot said 'NO FECKIN WAY' !! but it may still happen if after the operations I'm going through work out good, hope ya all like it,
HAPPY CHRISTMAS FROM THE UK EVERYONE & keep safe & rubber side down
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