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ID:	92278Excited to pick up this cb400 chopper. Wanted a more stock bike to learn how to fully chop a bike but this one will have plenty of other learning opportunities.
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    Made my first king/queen seat

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    Where are you from? How long ago did you do this build?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RudeguyGw View Post
    Where are you from? How long ago did you do this build?
    Bay Area CA. I've had this bike for years so it's been through a couple changes. She's looking a little different now
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ID:	94372Just sharing my first build. Used a lot of TJBC parts and a lot of knowledge from this forum and others. Not finished, but it’s finally rideable.
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    Just added a rear fender and the coolant over flow bottle. Not sure I like it, but itís a start. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by eazyrider View Post
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    Made my first king/queen seat
    Eazyrider, sick chop. What's the story on that front end? Is that tjbc's paughco Springer kit?

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    Hers my 88 VLX600 project. Getting a car tire rear and a flat fender eventually.
    Its struted now i just didnt have a pic with the strut installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackny97gsx View Post
    Eazyrider, sick chop. What's the story on that front end? Is that tjbc's paughco Springer kit?
    Thanks my dude and yes it is. Took no time at all to install, hardest part was finding risers that would work and ended up having the original ones machined to bolt down into the springer itself to make it incredibly strong. It matches my chop perfectly and rides great. I'm never going back to a front brake or regular telescoping forks

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    Heres my 84 VT500C. Before Click image for larger version. 

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    Looks great. Love the wheels and that crazy shifter needs an 8-ball on it!

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    nice pipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourConfused View Post
    Looks great. Love the wheels and that crazy shifter needs an 8-ball on it!
    Thank you, it will be getting a proper shifter knob in the near future (I was thinking cue ball) The shifter was fabbed up quickly so my crippled ass could ride in the toy run this year. It worked very well and garnered a lot of attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by savedsammy View Post
    nice pipes
    And thank you too. I made the pipe out of cut up sections of the factory pipe and an automotive exhaust tip. I lost a lot of weight by ditching that huge rust riddled factory muffler and it sure sounds better now

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    Interesting. Thank you very much for the information.

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    2000 VLX 600. Just installed the 4 under springer. I'm in the process of cleaning up the signal switch and single throttle cable. I'll have the vid on YouTube by Jan 2020.
    This is the vid on the fat tire install...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 80881N View Post
    Just added a rear fender and the coolant over flow bottle. Not sure I like it, but it’s a start. Click image for larger version. 

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    I fucking love the exposed coolant!!! Looks awesome!

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