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Old 03-10-2005, 10:59 PM
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Love your work, do you have any finished pictures of your Devastator 300 Prostreet kit and Annihilator 300 Chopper kit, also do the kits have all parts to to finish the Beasts, minus paint and oil of coarse.
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Old 03-10-2005, 11:09 PM
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On my website www.PhantomChoppers.com you will find a finished unpainted Devastator 300 Pro-Street.
I will be adding more pictures of the chopper very soon. The kit needs paint, fluids, upholstrey for the provided custom seat pan, and assembly.
If you do a search on club chopper for member demo9, he is currently in the middle of a build on the Annihilator 300.
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Old 03-11-2005, 12:01 AM
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Thanks Mate!
Already checked out your site! sharp job nice tunes sweet babes. i will check out demo9, still would like to see some bikes in full dress. its abit like seeing your chick without makeup for the first time ::
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Old 03-11-2005, 04:45 AM
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After reading and sussin all i could find about your beasts, not that there is that much, comparing to other prostreet kits that are on the market now, i feel yours in my mind the Devastator 300 Pro-Street would be one of the slickist meanest looking prostreets i have ever seen.

ps: just wondering could you get an option of chain drive
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Old 03-11-2005, 08:43 AM
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Chain drive is not impossible by any means but one of the things about my bike is that we designed the final drive belt to be changed without removing the rear wheel or swingarm. This gives you the ability to change your belt anywhere. The system is very cool.
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Old 03-20-2005, 12:55 AM
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Give Phantom a call. He's super easy to talk to and great to work with. You'll get more done over the phone in minutes than you will in days via email.

I just ordered the Devastator 300 Pro-Street and have opened a few parts this week. I'll be starting a post later to document and share the build.

I met Phantom several months ago and have found him to be a straight shooter that really cares about his customers. He allowed me to change several things in the kit and was really cool about it.

Regarding the chain vs. belt drive. You may want to consider going with the belt. Per a conversation I've had with him, he designed the bike so that the weakest link in the drive system is also the cheapest part which is the most likely to fail. In this case, the belt. And he's made it super easy to change on the side of the road (no lift required) with a readily available HD part if you should be so unlucky as to experience a failure. Basically, it's designed so that should a failure occur, it'll be inexpensive and not too much of a hassle. That's cool. I hope I never have that problem, but it's nice to know that if I do it's a matter of finding a belt and turning a wrench and I'm rollin' again rather than putting the bike on a truck.
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Old 03-20-2005, 01:51 AM
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thank for your info, i have been stranded once in the middle
of the outback with a broken belt, converted to chain after that, not a nice thing buy yourself, carrying a few extra links and a chain braker in my tool kit has been a normal thing for me since then, carry a spare belt and a hassle free change would be just as cool, the only thing that i was
worring about is the elbruto motor, i know it is a good motor, but where i live we only have hd or S&S dealers and i was worrying about warranty issues if i had one
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Old 03-20-2005, 10:08 AM
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Spec- Call around and see if any of the local dealers are Mid-West dealers. If they are, then they will cover your motor.
If they are not, I will just snag an S&S motor from California Customs for you. I can tell you that it will more than the El Bruto because I buy the El Bruto motors in such large bulk that I get a pretty good rate.

On the belt vs. chain issue. As Noprndlhere was saying, the belt has been designed to be the weakest link in this instance. My transmissions have an outer bearing support built into the hydraulic actuator on the drive side. So here is the drivetrain rundown.
Crankshaft to BDL connected with a 3" open Belt. BDL to transmission connected by mainshaft. Transmission to rear wheel connected by belt to rear pulley.

Which section do you want failure in? High horsepower motors and big fat tires present the interesting dilema of choosing an evil since eventually something has to give.

My evil is to choose the failure of the cheapest component and the easiest to replace.

This is only my opinion based on my vision and I am more than happy to help you acheive yours. I just wanted to explain my frame of mind on the design.
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The Phantom is an American adventure comic strip created by Lee Falk, also creator og Mandrake the Magician. A popular feature adapted into many media, including television, film and video games, it stars a costumed crime-fighter operating from the fictional African country Bangalla.
Um.......okay...thanks for the history lesson
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The Phantom is an American adventure comic strip created by Lee Falk, also creator og Mandrake the Magician. A popular feature adapted into many media, including television, film and video games, it stars a costumed crime-fighter operating from the fictional African country Bangalla.
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Phantom Choppers are garbage. The owner lies about his products and is frames are shit. Mine just cracked and now the bike is a total loss. Not to mention he never answers his phone nor can you leave a message. STAY AWAY!!!!!!!

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