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Old 05-07-2009, 04:52 PM
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The rear fender and the tool bag stand out. Nicely done.
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Beautiful bike men...congrats!!!

Could you post a brief summary about the new parts and adaptation you did?

Do you have a cost estimation? The balck paint is powder coat?

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Intruder bobber

I was wondering how you simplified the wiring for ignition and other controls. I just bought a project 87 intruder and the wiring is a mess im turning it into a bobber I am also purchasing a new harness. Thanks
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Old 11-02-2009, 06:38 AM
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Nice chopper build.
I disagree about Intruders being ugly. They were the original factory chopper.
The have 36 rake and in 1986 that WAS radical. Now the V rod is sold with 36 rake.
They have made the Suzuki intruder 1400 every since 1986 and up until THIS year you could buy a 1400. Now you can only buy the 800. But the great thing about that is the 800 looks exactly like the 1400 and the only noticeable difference is the rear brake is a DISK on the 1400, and the brake on the 800 is a DRUM brake.

I own one and I think it is a great bike. Mine is a 1995 and had 61 HP the new ones have less HP. The frame only weighs 40lbs on the 1400 V twin. It is a slim sleek V twin.
Some were sold in a beautiful dark metallic blue with white. A true classic. Many parts available having been manufactured for so many years.

Even the side covers were formed from metal. NOT plastic that fades.

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I heard that Suzuki hired Arlen Ness to help with the design ???

Here's my 1400 Intruder all the way from Scotland ... wideglide, raked, zodiac bars, custom alloy tank, cobra pipes, stg3 tune, matt black !

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nice

good lookin ride, im workin on the same bike, my first build. was wondering if you made the struts yourself or bought them
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look good man! really like what ya did with the ass end. any reason ya kept the plastic on the front?
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Old 11-22-2009, 11:13 AM
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I like what you did with the exhaust. a lot easier to get to the battery too!
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Can you Help

Bad ass bike. I just got an 97 Intruder and it looks like shit, they are so ugly! Going to see if you can help find parts to turn it into a bobber someone like yours. I cant find any web pages.... Can you help?
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Beautiful bike men...congrats!!!

Could you post a brief summary about the new parts and adaptation you did?

Do you have a cost estimation? The balck paint is powder coat?

Nadir
yeah bike looks amazing!!! great job, I'm also wondering about what paint you used?? where did you move the ignition button?
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Bump on this thread. Gotosleep, it would be cool to get a breakdown/summary on the mods dun on your bike(?).

-Obviously hard-tailed.
-Bars look cool. Zbars?

Lowering the bike, does it effect the shaftdrive @ all?

Did you lower the front yourself or get kit?
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Does anyone know how to time a 93 intruder 800

Can a intruder be timed with out taking out the motor
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Can a intruder be timed with out taking out the motor
There is no motorcycle manufactured that has to have the engine removed to time the engine.
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