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I guess everybody is looking for information about the bikes. I have a 2004 Venom and I need parts. I need specs too. The guy with the original company has a performance shop for Harleys for fairings and stuff. He didn't answer me.
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I guess everybody is looking for information about the bikes. I have a 2004 Venom and I need parts. I need specs too. The guy with the original company has a performance shop for Harleys for fairings and stuff. He didn't answer me.
Oh yeah! Welcome to the site.

Yeah, he's not going to help anybody with their BBC...

What parts and info are you looking for?

BBC made the tins and frames (not sure about your year) and a few other none essential parts but for the most parts a BBC bike uses aftermarket Harley parts.

Do you know if the bike was assembled by BBC, another shop or in somebody's garage?
Has the recall work been done?

There's a local shop here that is owned and ran by a former BBC employee/bike builder. He could probably help you out.
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I'm rehabbing a 2005 right now. Been researching parts. What info are you looking for?

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Well I need a new rear master cylinder I have no rear brakes. I have kids so I got to be careful. It ain't accutronix some said it was but it ain't. Trust me. I am about to try and rebuild one. I can't believe a biker would not help other bikers out. I guess his lawyer said you best not answer. Mine was gently wrecked if there was such a thing. The right control bracket was bent to shit. I got it all straightened out. I need a master cylinder. It is like no master cylinder I have seen where the banjo fitting connects to the master cylinder that piece extrudes through the control. My frustration is very high.
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Well I couldn't replace the master cylinder so I rebuilt the master cylinder. Now to tune the carbuierator.
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Well I couldn't replace the master cylinder so I rebuilt the master cylinder. Now to tune the carbuierator.
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What engine and carb do you have? Were you able to talk to Clint @ Hwy 66 choppers?
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