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    Quote Originally Posted by fraqe View Post
    Hi guys, not a chopper but thought I'd post it anyway... 3 years build (time is a precious matter...). 1200 XLH 1994

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    Holy Shit Fraqe! That's one of the coolest builds I've seen here in a long while. Beauty!

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    ^ Sweet tank Benny,looks like its really dripping!

    Heres my Honda Rebel...
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    I've always liked an Intruder's style. But your chop certainly suites my taste. I like the low seat and the high tank. It's surprising how much that combo breaks the wind.

    If I might suggest something. I was always able to spot an Intruder by the clean finished frame at the neck. Any chance you might give the chop a sense of its Intruder roots and fill the neck area? I always took it as the Intruder's signature. Your frame looks like it would adapt to it almost perfectly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMKoi View Post
    Thank you Jess, it does break up the wind a bit, but I did it more for personal ergonomics and style. I am 6"5' so I wanted a bit of a stretch.
    When I did my bike, I was looking to put as much bike in front of the rider as I could. I built a lift kit for my tank. In my case it was a matter of performance. Once done I really liked it.

    At 5'6" I don't need much stretch. For more reasons than comfort I do like the foot forward controls.

    The filled neck suggestion was just for homage to the intruder. It's a respectable style completely stock. Other than that, I wouldn't change a thing.
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    Thought this bike has a cool look...

    Fellow took a Road King and made it into a Cafe Racer.....

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    When it was ugly and stock:

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    Before during and current
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    Most of the bikes I see in this forum I like the before picture better than the after but here's my shit box (1969 FLH)

    Here is the Shovel chop that I bought and then made some changes to make it my own. I liked the original that's why I bought it but I had some changes in mind I wanted a drum front brake, a higher sissy bar, A sportster tank, an old L carb, old style tires, and different pipes. Here's how it turned out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77sportie View Post
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    Loving the exhaust mate.. Any idea where i could get a full system upswept cocktail shaker to fit my stockframe 2003 sportster.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbqbiker View Post
    Most of the bikes I see in this forum I like the before picture better than the after but here's my shit box (1969 FLH)

    Here is the Shovel chop that I bought and then made some changes to make it my own. I liked the original that's why I bought it but I had some changes in mind I wanted a drum front brake, a higher sissy bar, A sportster tank, an old L carb, old style tires, and different pipes. Here's how it turned out.

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    just pay the dam 400 bucks lol

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    I will never know what Bbqbiker 69 flh looked like. It really sounded cool in the before description lol

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    Default My " One Car Under Wonder "

    Before : 1973 Yamaha TX750
    12k original miles, last on the road in 1982. Complete bike
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    Every bit of this build was done by me in my one car under garage or driveway.
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    ^^^^^^^^ You put a lot of work into it.... ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    ^^^^^^^^ You put a lot of work into it.... ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    True that ! Thanks for noticing. My first build. 4 years off and on when time, money ,and skills allowed.

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    The day I bought it

    Apes,W/G 39MM front end, T header,Softtail fender, Stock 80 inch
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    This summer I finished rebuilding it, Ultima 120, RR3 pipe, narrow front, Legend shocks, Biltwell trackers
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    I'm not done either!

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    Posted my Sporty here years ago... its since been totaled by some drunk bitch so here is my 57 Pan. Scored just a basket motor last Halloween and scrambled this together while working 12hr days filming a TV show for the shop I work at.(don't worry Im not on TV just a behind the scenes ugly guy) in a 2" up wishbone and a 2"under springer.. sits low like a Salinas Boys bike(ive always dug Cole's style)Click image for larger version. 

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    So I tried to edit my post on my phone to add the Pics back in...

    Anyway here you go. My 1997 Intruder 1400 before and after.

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