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  1. #501

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    my old sled all polished and engraved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexBCI View Post
    Dope looking shadow! What did you do with the swing arm? Doesn't look "hardtailed"
    Thanks! It's hardtailed with a long strut I found on eBay, bolted right in place of the old monoshock. Got my Mosfet R/R bolted to it and rides like a dream

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    Few pics from our last ride before full blown winter takes a big dump right on top of us for the next 3 months in the deep South of New Zealand.
    A quick 2 day over nighter mission 600km

    @exit39 thanks brother for the saddle bag idea lol came in handy for this trip





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    Did you do some modification in the tank to instal? ...because the backbone is curved.

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    Yes. The bottom of the tank is shaped to follow the back bone and the sides come down just enough to cover the back bone. I hate how most sporty tank mods for these bikes just sit on top because the end of the tank closest to the seat doesn’t sit flush and looks stupid and the whole tank sits to high

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    One of the bikes im currently working on, finished building the handlebars today, and i love them! Next step is sissy bar, rear fender and a new tank.

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  7. #507

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    1991 SHADOW VLX. Needs the front end cleaning up yet.

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    When I first got the bike, some much shit wrong with it. This was the add.

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    This was how it was before I cut the frame and started actually messing with it seriously.

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    And this is how it currently sits waiting on parts, before I got this bike I didn’t know jack shit about bikes, since then I learned how to weld, cut metal, tune carbs all that good stuff.

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    Here is my "constantly under construction" 84 vt700.Click image for larger version. 

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    Loving these fall photos

    Shot by my friend @veneracarelas










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    My bike was recently featured in a local Pittsburgh Magazine called Pittsburgh Moto

    https://pittsburghmoto.com/blogs/fea...shadow-chopper

























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    Added a springer last week and waiting on my new upswept pipes to get back from JetHot. Proper hardtail coming up next

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    Great stance on that bike with the springer, looking very cool indeed.

    How did you like working with the integrated switches on the bars, those look like the ones I am thinking of for my Panhead.

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    Thanks man.

    The pipes showed up today and I swapped the zbars for apes as well.

    Nimble, fast, and LOUD!

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    still a work in progress
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