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Old 12-30-2016, 11:47 AM
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Bike looks sweet!! I hear you about the other cfl too nice to just sell. I was out at Chassis design company in November. Getting a frame to start a new build I should of hit you up but the site was down then. I'm thinking about putting my cfl on the market to fund the new build.
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Old 01-01-2017, 11:14 AM
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In the last year. I sold a townhouse, bought a house, completely renovated, got a new job. It's been total chaos. Almost got the garage ready to go. Handy SAM2 lift on its way. Finally time to get back to the builds. Both bikes are at roughly the same stage except this one isn't painted yet. I'm going to finish this one first because I don't want to fuck up the other one, use the sportster as a learning platform as far as plumbing and wiring.

Got the front end sorted. Had to add 5" to springer. Front wheel wobbled so had to replace bushings, front brake bracket was crap found a billet bracket but had to reverse the hub so now it's right side brake.
What size tire is that?? is that doom front 21" x 2.15"?
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Old 01-01-2017, 11:19 AM
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Thanks man. Front wheel is 19" WCC doom
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Photo dump from a ride a few days ago


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Old 01-05-2017, 08:26 AM
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How she ride?
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Old 01-05-2017, 08:04 PM
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I might have 1000 miles on it. A few bugs needed to be worked out in the beginning. Timing, carb jetting, oil leak etc. overall I think the bike rides better than the orange cfl. Less vibration, more comfortable seat, better hand controls. The hydraulic clutch is pretty awesome. Way better than my pm setup on my big dollar bike, smooth as silk. Tracks straight as an arrow with hands off the controls. Chassis design did an outstanding job modifiying the frame. The sportster motor is plenty powerful, belt drive is smooth. definitley happy with this one.
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Old 01-07-2017, 05:38 PM
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Awesome man! Lucky you can ride all winter. Watching the snow fall over on the east coast. Can't wait to start my new build waiting on the frame from chassis design
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Old 04-14-2017, 10:34 AM
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Awesome man! Lucky you can ride all winter. Watching the snow fall over on the east coast. Can't wait to start my new build waiting on the frame from chassis design
Looking for forward to your build thread.

As far as this bike is concerned, I've sorted out the bugs and haven't made any major changes. If I ever build another, it will have an airbag, same hand controls, belt drive. This thing rides really nice, def road trip worthy. I'm considering selling my dyna since this bike Has taken over. The Orange CFL is getting paint repaired (tank had pin hole) going to change its gearing slightly (geared too low so will add one tooth to front sprocket). Made some skull keys out of rings kinda a fun project. Been spending my time working on a 1949 Chevy Truck and riding my bikes in my spare time mostly the sporty.



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Old 04-14-2017, 11:28 AM
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Your gas tank had a pin hole leak? That sounds expensive with that paint job.

Glad to see the CFLs are getting ridden. Bueatiful shots, too. I just got a tripod and remote shutter for my iPhone so I'll be able to take some professional-looking photos all by myself. But I need Roman to email me back first about my CFL.
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