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BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 1:43 PM
Here are some pics of my 2006 Dyna Street Bob project. It's almost there. It's been a long time coming, but customer stuff comes before my own stuff. I finally hung the front end on it and got it on the ground today so I had to take some pics. I still need to wetsand and buff the tins, wire it, and a few other odds and ends, but it's getting there.
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000265-3.jpg
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000267-2.jpg
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000270-2.jpg
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000271-1.jpg

BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 1:44 PM
more pics...
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000273-1.jpg
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000275-1.jpg
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000268-2.jpg
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000269-1.jpg

BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 1:45 PM
and a couple before pics...
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/before1-1.jpg
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/before-1.jpg

Boylecomm
11-12-2009, 1:45 PM
I'd say you've got something real good going on there Jaymes.

BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 2:05 PM
Thanks man. That means alot coming from you. You build some REALLY nice stuff.

Nicko
11-12-2009, 2:12 PM
what a transformation. Is the rear fender a heavy gauge, or are you going to add a fender support or a chick stick or something? Beautiful work man.

BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 2:17 PM
The fender is heavy gauge, but I have a rear fender strut that needs to go out for chrome.
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/IM000418-1.jpg

mjasen10
11-12-2009, 4:07 PM
is your engine rigid mounted or did you keep the rubbermounts? cant quite tell. looks great either way! awesome work man!

BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 4:24 PM
is your engine rigid mounted or did you keep the rubbermounts? cant quite tell. looks great either way! awesome work man!

Thanks man. The motor is rigid mounted. The rubber mount stuff was just way too ugly to use.

mjasen10
11-12-2009, 4:31 PM
just curious, u know how the vibration is using an unbalanced motor rigid mounted? i personally havent seen many bikes built around the unbalanced motors so im intrigued haha

STANDARD
11-12-2009, 4:47 PM
bike looks great..

the pan seems alittle low.. i was also wondering about the motor vibration, and wondering how the frame to motor mounts will hold up.

i have a buddy that wants to do this with his as well...

non the less i dig it!

TroubleLeather1
11-12-2009, 4:53 PM
damn that's a beaut!!

BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 4:57 PM
It's a chopper guys frame for an Evo motor that my friend Luke modified for me. I know it's gonna vibrate, but let's hope for the best. Luke made some hefty motor mounts, so I'm not too worried about that part. The oil pan is kinda low, but it has the skid plate on the frame and I know it's low so I'll ride it acccordingly.

mjasen10
11-12-2009, 5:00 PM
well im defintately pullin for it to work out man, i like to see different stuff goin on! keep the updates comin youve def got me interested. u mind snappin some pics of the modded mounts if you can get to em?

Nicko
11-12-2009, 5:23 PM
as the frame guard though is it? I noticed it but just assumed. Still, that thing looks too good at that stance to change it!

gigastatt
11-12-2009, 5:36 PM
just curious, u know how the vibration is using an unbalanced motor rigid mounted? i personally havent seen many bikes built around the unbalanced motors so im intrigued haha

Jaymes, that bike is great. I am glad you took the time to build a Twinkie into a rigid that is traditionally styled and not a fat tired caricature of a bike. I have a Twinkie in a Flyrite rigid also and it reminds me of an old school hot rod with a big motor and all the bullshit cut off. The vibration will not be any worse than a pre 2004 Sportster or an Evo Softail. No worries wick it up and burn the tire off. Tim

BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 6:10 PM
Thanks Tim. I was thinking it couldn't be much worse than my friends 98 Evo Sporty in a rigid frame and that's not that bad.

rustrocket84
11-12-2009, 6:22 PM
This is bad ass. I'd love to do something like this to my twin cam motor. It's running strong right now but once it needs some refreshing and my other project is done so I still have one bike. What did you use for ignition system? Just wondering as I no longer run the stock EFI or anything on my 04 and I have had good luck with the Thunderheart stand alone ignition system. I know alot of people talk shit about it but I have about 40000 miles on the bike with that ignition with no problems whatsoever. Either way looks killer. I may have to have a frame modified to hold my motor.

ONCE MORE THIS IS BAD ASS.

BlueMoonKustoms
11-12-2009, 6:34 PM
This is bad ass. I'd love to do something like this to my twin cam motor. It's running strong right now but once it needs some refreshing and my other project is done so I still have one bike. What did you use for ignition system? Just wondering as I no longer run the stock EFI or anything on my 04 and I have had good luck with the Thunderheart stand alone ignition system. I know alot of people talk shit about it but I have about 40000 miles on the bike with that ignition with no problems whatsoever. Either way looks killer. I may have to have a frame modified to hold my motor.

ONCE MORE THIS IS BAD ASS.

Thanks man. I'm using a Thunderheart ignition too. I haven't wired it yet, but it's good to know that they work well. It's such a nice small and simple set-up.

JaySco
11-12-2009, 6:48 PM
Sweet!!!

rustrocket84
11-12-2009, 8:44 PM
Thanks man. I'm using a Thunderheart ignition too. I haven't wired it yet, but it's good to know that they work well. It's such a nice small and simple set-up.

It's pretty slick. Some other companies make stuff but they are expensive as fuck. I'd like to put a magneto on her, but that'll all be later. Magneto and baker kicker 6 speed

ChoppyGee
11-12-2009, 11:39 PM
looks really clean. love the stripes and that front end is smoooth.

Woody
11-13-2009, 3:27 AM
Man that is one sweet looking ride there James, Good to see someone else running a twin cam.

DeesButts
11-13-2009, 6:53 AM
love it. nice job

Jr
11-16-2009, 2:07 PM
super clean bike, great job

ridemore16
11-16-2009, 6:31 PM
very nice...digging the exhaust

crass
11-17-2009, 4:42 AM
a dyna that doesn't look like total shit, A+

what's that weird small letter writing at the bottom of the fender say?

spooner
11-17-2009, 7:01 AM
Very, very nice! Bike has a nice flow from front to back, you have a good eye for detail. What kind of seat are you going to run?

BlueMoonKustoms
11-17-2009, 7:58 AM
a dyna that doesn't look like total shit, A+

what's that weird small letter writing at the bottom of the fender say?

Thanks for the kind words guys. The rear fender says Blue Moon Kustoms in very small letters. It's so small my shitty camera can't take a decent pic of it.
And for the seat it will be handled by Xian. Just like the seat in the pics, but without the metal rings.
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn145/bluemoonkustoms/seat.jpg

304JB
11-18-2009, 12:57 PM
Lookin' good. Nice job.

Halwade
11-18-2009, 9:59 PM
This bike is dope. It makes me more motivated than ever to get the SpartanKiller on two wheels. Great job, brother. I can't want to see your handiwork on the ChopCult project bike.

and BTW, Duane and I have been toying with a seat nearly identical to your Xian seat, rivets included. We got our inspiration from Ford GT40 seats in the '60s. Racecar shit. Xian nailed it with this one. If you're listening, nice work, Christian.

rayj878
02-17-2015, 12:34 PM
Man that is one sweet looking ride there James, Good to see someone else running a twin cam.

I have as recently wrecked 2007 Streetbob, I would love to do something like this as well. Where did you get the frame? I cant find one anywhere online.

XwalkerX
02-17-2015, 12:45 PM
here is your 6 year thread bump answer...


It's a chopper guys frame for an Evo motor that my friend Luke modified for me. I know it's gonna vibrate, but let's hope for the best. Luke made some hefty motor mounts, so I'm not too worried about that part. The oil pan is kinda low, but it has the skid plate on the frame and I know it's low so I'll ride it acccordingly.

Filthasaur
02-17-2015, 1:22 PM
This is where I have mine right now. Would love to have a hardtail frame. Any updated pics???!

56870

bigxrdoug
02-19-2015, 3:53 AM
rjay878 that bike of woodies he built the frame,it might get finished one day lol,and he might be bolting a procharger to it

Nottso
02-19-2015, 9:10 AM
I love it. It's not only beautiful, but it also has a dependable, relatively powerful mill in it that has the potential to make a lot more power for not too much coin if and when you so choose. And I for one am all for that.

Thingfish
02-20-2015, 1:19 AM
Nice. Like this idea a lot.