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Old 01-02-2013, 01:16 PM
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Cool SOCAL, can't wait to see how it comes out. We are at a stand still until I get the new wheels. In the pics are a 21x2.15 and 16x3. Switching to billet Doom wheels 19x2.15 and 18x3. I think he wants to wait for the correct wheels before he cuts the front end.
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Old 01-02-2013, 01:24 PM
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Oh, if anyone wants the wheels in the picture above let me know. They were removed from a 2011 HD sportster 72, rear has zero miles with new Metzeler 140 and front is the stock tire with 200 miles max. 3/4 sealed bearings. Since my other CFL has wire wheels I decided to run billet on this build. I'm thinking maybe 600 bucks, I have 800 into them.
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I'm a new sporty motor fan. Thinking about building a 1200 powered bike this summer
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Old 01-02-2013, 07:25 PM
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Very cool looks like a good build
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Old 01-11-2013, 07:36 PM
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The ss pipes fit the sporty motor except the front header touches the fins. Going to wait for frame before I notch the front header. With a little luck everything will line up with no issues with down tubes or oil bag. For those that have ss pipes, is there a mounting point to the frame? Or do they just bolt to the heads?

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Pretty sure the SS pipes have a bracket that bolts to the hydraulic clutch cover (toward the back of the bike just before the battery).
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Old 01-12-2013, 07:02 AM
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mine bolted off the trans
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mine bolted off the trans
I have the similar pipes on my ugly CFL, but they are not WCC SS pipes as far as I can see. They have no iron cross and they are 1.75 O.D. all the way, not stepped at the header. They have no mount, jut two counter bore bungs on the back of each pipe that come together to run a 5/16 bolt through. They were stable.

I want to do a trans mount too so I'm going to call Steve Damraider. The part of my mid control trans mount for my other CFL seems to make a perfect bolt on bracket so maybe he will sell me just that bracket in polished finish. Might work great, I'll try to post a pic of it and how it bolts to the trans and what holes are left to use as a mount point.

I think you'll like what I'm planning to do with my pipes, cutting off the slash cut ends so I have just the headers for a 2 into 1. I have the SS Muffler, I just have to send it out to get the SS collector made with a 2.25 inch center-line and 1.75 slip fit ends, then the collector will be welded to the Muffler... It'll be bad ass and get way better performance, but I doubt you are interested in cutting those real-deal WCC pipes!!!
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Old 01-14-2013, 09:16 AM
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Progress pics from chassis design. Going to change the wheels but you get the idea. Front end looks killer.

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Old 01-14-2013, 11:41 AM
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That looks PERFECT!!!

I want that front pipe for my blast :P
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Got to see the pics this morning. Springer looks great.
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That springer is slick..
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Cool & sick, can't wait to see this killer and your $$$ CFL in September in person!.
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:56 AM
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Seems like the sporty 1200 motor is a great platform to use on a build. Browsing through eGay there is a bunch of motors available at a fair price, even a really good looking '48'.
Since Chassis Design is doing all the work to your bike then they'll have it down to a science when the rest of us jump on the band-wagon and buy sporty motors and 2 up frames!

There probably already is a discussion on the forum somewhere, but it would be interesting to hear the pro's and cons of sporty motors, what years to use, what hop ups are good & economical, etc. My first Hog was an 03 100th Annie 1200... loved that bike, last year before they went rubber mount... Now they are all fuel injected too right? These bitches would all look great with my special formula 2 into 1 pipes...
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