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Old 01-28-2012, 04:21 PM
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Old 01-29-2012, 04:04 AM
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Great looking bike!!! Any update since you posted the videos???
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Old 10-11-2012, 01:13 PM
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Well, I rode it for about 1,000 miles in bare steel, then tore it down for paint, then bought a fucking race car and spent the entire summer at the race track while the bike sits in pieces in the corner of my shop. I'm too lazy and broke to finish it at the moment, the money to paint it just went into a new top end for the vette. One day, it will get done. Here's another cool shot I'm sure everyone will like...

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Old 10-18-2012, 10:34 AM
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Hey Moe, super sick bike.

I need some help on my build. I am new to harleys, but have build a couple jap bikes. I started with a 1990 saftail and put on a gsxr 1000 front end and a CBR600RR rear end with 180 tire. The wheel is centered in the frame. The main problem I am running into right now is the chain offset. What is the proper way to measure how much offset I need for the front sprocket and then the primary?? I put a tape up against the face of the tranny and measured out to the center of the chain, just over 2 inches. I was then told I was measuring wrong because the most offset a stock softail can have is 1 and 1/4" or the chain would be outside the frame. My chain is well inside the frame and it seems like this set up should be able to be done. I just need to know what offset kit to order.

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Old 10-26-2012, 07:15 AM
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I'd just install the front sprocket then measure off of that to locate the rear sprocket, then just turn a spacer to go between the rear wheel and the sprocket.


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Hey Moe, super sick bike.

I need some help on my build. I am new to harleys, but have build a couple jap bikes. I started with a 1990 saftail and put on a gsxr 1000 front end and a CBR600RR rear end with 180 tire. The wheel is centered in the frame. The main problem I am running into right now is the chain offset. What is the proper way to measure how much offset I need for the front sprocket and then the primary?? I put a tape up against the face of the tranny and measured out to the center of the chain, just over 2 inches. I was then told I was measuring wrong because the most offset a stock softail can have is 1 and 1/4" or the chain would be outside the frame. My chain is well inside the frame and it seems like this set up should be able to be done. I just need to know what offset kit to order.

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Well, I rode it for about 1,000 miles in bare steel, then tore it down for paint, then bought a fucking race car and spent the entire summer at the race track while the bike sits in pieces in the corner of my shop. I'm too lazy and broke to finish it at the moment, the money to paint it just went into a new top end for the vette. One day, it will get done. Here's another cool shot I'm sure everyone will like...

very cool ...moe.... nice chick pix.... where is the race car pix??
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what is the up and out and rake on this bike, anyone know ?
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Old 10-30-2013, 10:39 AM
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Thanks moe

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Top read, awesome build

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Old 11-02-2013, 09:22 AM
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moe how far out did you go, Im about to order my frame from RN just want to get it right, like the set up on your bike, Great thread you really did a good job
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