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Old 11-12-2005, 07:23 PM
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Thumbs up Two-Bit's bitchin air cleanerS!!!

Amidst all of the bad things happening in the industry, I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to Justin at Two-Bit choppers. I received the Trucker Girl air cleaner today and I must say I am very pleased with it. I knew as soon as I saw it I had to get one. I have purchased just about everything I have so far through Justin and he really is one of the nicest most helpful guys out there. Very knowledgeable and helpful and I hope these things really take off for him. Thanks again!!! A picture is worth a thousand words!!!!

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Old 11-12-2005, 07:44 PM
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looks great im sure you will dig it on your bike, i have seen many of these things in person its a very very nice piece, im very happy with nime
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Old 11-12-2005, 07:44 PM
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Word. those look sweet. That one is my fav too, and I couldn't agree more- can't say enough good things about Justin, his business and his ethics.
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Word. those look sweet. That one is my fav too, and I couldn't agree more- can't say enough good things about Justin, his business and his ethics.
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Old 11-13-2005, 06:53 PM
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Used a few "BITS" from Justin and I agree, A great asset to this forum!
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Old 11-13-2005, 09:25 PM
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I love all the parts Justin has made for me. Wow Justin this thread should be in your next brochure!!!

Oh where are my pipes?
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Oh where are my pipes?
What did you decide on?? Streetsweepers??
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Old 11-13-2005, 09:33 PM
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Damn boys, thanks for the compliments!

I truly appreciate the opportunity to have earned your business! All of our customers from here on Club Chopper are fantastic, and it really makes the long hours and hard work worth it when I get to see a part or two of mine on first class rides like Ironmind's, or Suicide55's, or Hobbit's, or Chopper Cop's, or Poverty's, or BlackHD64's, or Baas' Chop Class bike, or any of the other countless rides here we've been proud to have contributed to.

Nemo,
Glad to hear you dig your air cleaner. Be sure to send me some pics of it on the bike when you get a little farther along! Just in case anyone is wondering, Nemo let me know he was looking at "alternative" finishes for his (i.e. Exile style satin) so I pulled a unit that had a cursory polish job on it that was bound for chrome plating. Normally I wouldn't have let a polished piece out with so much fine lining left on it, but since Nemo was going to blast or sand it down anyway, I knew it didn't need to be smooth as glass.

Being a mostly one-man operation (with my wife's much appreciated help on the business end) it's a very gratifying, if not exhausting thing to design, machine and polish every one of the parts that comes from Two-Bit Choppers. Because every part is in my hands every step of the way though, I can say without a doubt that they're up to my standards when they leave this place. Bottom line, if I wouldn't bolt it on one of my bikes then I sure as hell won't expect you to bolt it on yours.

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Old 11-13-2005, 09:34 PM
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Nice piece! !!!
Looks a little frail?
She's just hanging on by her finger and toe!
hows it mount up show more!
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Old 11-13-2005, 09:40 PM
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Hey Hobbit,

Bassani absolutely refused to drop ship them, so I had to have them sent out here to Colorado and now they're on their way back out to you in Cali. I've got the UPS tracking info to forward along. I'll drop it in a PM to you. Sorry for the delay.

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Nice piece! !!!
Looks a little frail?
Quite the contrary. About .250 thick and rock solid!!!
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Old 11-13-2005, 10:46 PM
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Hey Rippo,

The face is actually .250" thick, so even though it looks like a small point of contact holding the girl, it's actually pretty substantial. Here's a few pics to give you an idea of what makes the thing up.

The actual filter element. K&N style serviceable cotton gauze and steal mesh. The round "top plate" presses and seals onto the lower round portion.



Back of the front plate. Notice the .050" extra indent cut I do for the aluminum button in the center of the filter element. This piece is cut from a 8"x7"x1.25" piece of 6061 aluminum.



The backplate and standoffs. I machine the radiused edge on the actual inlet here to cut turbulence out of the air and create some extra velocity as it enters the carb or throttle body. The four standoffs are the only piece on these that I don't machine, as I have a buddy of mine here locally spin those off on his CNC lathes. 1/4"-20 hardware holds the back plate, filter and front plate together after you've bolted the back plate to the carb or throttle body. You do need a carb support bracket obviously. Word of advice too, put the long 1/4"-20 bolts into the backplate before you install it on the carb, as they won't clear afterward. The back plate is cut from a 8"x7"x.750" piece of 6061 aluminum.



The two pieces latched together, sans element to show the general construction. This unit obviously has been chromed plated. We're proud to be using Chromemasters out of Nashville, Tennessee for all of our chrome plating. Their quality is fantastic, and by using a domestic plater we were able to keep these parts completely produced here in the U.S.A.



With the filter installed, cross section view.



And from the top.



Hope this helps give you a little better idea of what makes one of these up. If you've got any other questions please don't hesitate to ask.

Thanks for the interest!
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Old 11-13-2005, 10:53 PM
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Top notch work Justin! I told you that it would do well.
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Old 11-13-2005, 10:56 PM
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Thanks Shawn,

Now if i could just come up with a skull design everybody liked! Kidding, it's still in the works and just as soon as I get caught up on a few things it's next on my list.

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Old 11-13-2005, 11:00 PM
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I got one more idea for you to play with. How about a diamond design that matches the diamond tail lights? It would only be connected on the sides to get the right shape. Something to consider...It might look cool.

I am looking forward to seeing another skull design.
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