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the switch is not real but could be produce in a tiny size (and cost a lot)
please let me know of any thing that looks unauthentic, thank you



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covers (this bike is full of wcc cfl logos)

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glinik i'm a graphic designer & printer. I have to say these are remarkable. Do you have any idea how many hours you have in this project? I'd love to have the motor file so i could print it about 4' tall for my wall. WOW
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Old 06-27-2007, 10:29 AM
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Thanks for your kind reply, depend on skills from scratch it could take about
3 months but its easier to me after I build a few bikes to re use parts
Or modify them (many parts where build from scratch on this project)
You can say that it's very similar to building a real chopper in many terms
allthogh coloring is easy decorating is very hard

This is for example what I build today, it took a few hours to handle this top mount
bracket to look Exactly like the CFL's on WCC website, and the shifter

I am sorry if there some mismatch with the original, I just have to guess
What is happening under the tank, so let me know of any mistakes
And please help me to locate the Coil on the CFL

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that springer dresser listed on his site is pretty wild, if you haven't checked it out
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Old 06-30-2007, 12:34 AM
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more work on the frame. i think i figured out the cfl Chassis trick



this is my final frame work and now its accurate
i drope the seat tray and its going to be a rigid seat like the early models i guess


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Old 06-30-2007, 12:59 AM
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a unique view of this CFL Project in progress

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Old 06-30-2007, 11:20 AM
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i would like to know about the hydraulic clutch slave that looks like 6 point polygon,
can one define the manufacturer please ?

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The ones your talking about we're made by ART, but are no longer in business. Maybe someone can post some pics if that's what your looking for?
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