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Old 06-09-2010, 07:56 PM
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Ultima American Pirate Bobber

I was wondering if anyones actually built this bike? I have been looking for pictures of this bike other then the one everyone has and I cannot find one at all.





Stock it has a 100 CI motor, can be upgraded upto 127 CI and has a 250 Rear tire, +6 Springer front end.
www.Steelthundercc.com 's Price: 14,800
Jireh site: http://www.tejasthumpcycles.com/Ulti...ate.bobber.htm $15,995.00
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Old 06-09-2010, 08:07 PM
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Nice, but I don't know that I would want that wide a rear tire on such a short wheelbase...
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Old 06-09-2010, 09:43 PM
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I like it but I would want a shorter Rear Fender, Taller Sissy Bar, Raised gas cap w/fuel sight gauge, and drag bars.
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Old 06-09-2010, 10:39 PM
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Looks a lot like the Hardcore bikes too me... Just Ultima's rigid frame. I'm with Milenko think it would look better with no bigger than a 200 tire.. Think Jireh would sell you that kit with the 127 for the same price.. Hell those guys will get rid of all the extra add on crap you don't need and get that price down a lot...

Why you torturing yourself man?? The Blast not working out???
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Old 06-10-2010, 12:07 PM
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Blast is running great (Oddly enough nothins broken yet ) Just looking around out of bordom, working summer hours 10 hours a day work days bike nights tonight so going to ride otu that way with the misses and just need to keep multitasking or I will get bored at work. My ground wire to my driving lights was cut so will shorten it and fix it befor I leave Buddy made me two side mounted license plates so will be out and mount them tomorrow

I just really like this design, kinda dont want to go with a 250 because of the rear tread size (I like 130-200 max) but also saw the Fat Bastard Ultima bike with the 200 for 700 cheaper,

Also would just buy a stock dyna for around 8 if I can find it and seen a few shovels for around 6 that need work. Just basically looking to keep busy.
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Old 06-10-2010, 01:01 PM
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This is roughly the information EVERY website has, I have been looking for more and I found out some stuff
I Also figure its a brand new kit or something not much about it and havent seen many.

• Polished 100 C.I. El Bruto® Engine,
• Polished Ultima® 5 Speed Transmission, BDL® 3"Belt Drive,
• Springer Front End, Ultima® 250 Series Rigid Frame,
• Rake 34 Degrees, 4² Stretch in Downtubes,
• 60 Spoke Ultima® Rear Wheel, 40 Spoke Front,
• 250 Series Avon Venom Tire,
• Ultima® Brake Calipers,
• Ultima Saddles® Spring-Mounted Solo,
• Big Growl® Pipes, Bullet Headlamp,
• Bullet Turn Signals,
• Ultima® Round Oil Tank,
• Chrome Horse® Forward Controls,
• Digital Speedo & Tach & Much more

Now the Springer is a 6+
I am assuming its a 4 up 2 out. (because I think it would be weird to just be a 4 up 0 out) Could be wronge.

This is what is DOES NOT HAVE

Additional Items Required for completion:
Throttle Cables
Brake Lines
DOT-5 Brake Fluid
20-50 Motorcycle Engine Oil
H-D Trans Fluid
Misc nuts, bolts, screws
Prep & PAINT

Now what I found on the engines.
El Bruto Series

CI-HP-Torq
100-110-110
107-115-120
113-120-120
120-130-135
127-140-140

Now I figure if your going to spend the same amount and get the motor upgraded might as well get the biggest, never know when you need that "little" extra.
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Nice, but I don't know that I would want that wide a rear tire on such a short wheelbase...
why ? besides look preferences...
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If you don't like the 250 just swap to Ultimas 200 frame, it has the same specs.
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Old 06-10-2010, 01:31 PM
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I dont think they will let you swap out the frame in the specs. But thats also a good idea for finding out info. lol (Feeling kinda dumb, really tired)

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Figure this is the frame specs Because final drive is a belt. (I prefer Chain)

RIGID STYLE WIDE DRIVE 250
85-108
38 DEGREE RAKE
4" STRETCH


Dimensions:
Rake of 38 degrees.
4" Stretch in downtubes.
24-1/2" Backbone.
Material:
1020 DOM (Drawn Over Mandrel) steel tubing.
Legs are 1-3/8" O.D.
Backbone is 1-1/2" O.D.
Special features:
TIG Welded.
Accepts 11" fender and 1984 & later flat side gas tanks.
Accepts Softail® style oil tank.
Accepts 250 rear tire with full width 1-1/2" belt.
Integral 5th bolt mounting within reinforced offset trans plate.
Included additionally:
1" Dia. rear axle (not shown).
Front oil tank mount (not shown).
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Old 06-10-2010, 01:57 PM
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They will, just tell who ever you are buying it from what you want to do and they will make the adjustments. If they won't let you buy from someone else, it can be done very easily.
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Old 06-10-2010, 02:59 PM
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I will ask around Thanks I love the way 250's look but I prefer a 200 max for less power loss, figure the tank is this one (obviously a knock off version though)
http://www.kandgcycles.com/81077.html
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Old 06-10-2010, 03:20 PM
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When I built my bike I used the 200 version of this frame(85-183), the 200 is awesome, you still get the wide tire feel but it still handles like a champ.
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Old 06-10-2010, 03:23 PM
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You have built a bike like this? Can you post a picture kinda wondering what a real one looks like. lol (not that the pic isnt real but I am sure theres more money into it then the regular joe would add.)
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Mine was quite a bit different, I had 8 inch risers with drag bars and 5 degree trees with a 6 over front end. The frame specs were just the same with a 200 tire.
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Old 06-10-2010, 03:30 PM
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Would like to make one something like this

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