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    [QUOTE=ProfessorKaos;675091]$25 later and I got myself a new to me exhaust

    And so it begins

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    Andy99---your bike looks great with the shocks---not so great with the struts---if you hardtail it-you will melt into the crowd---just my .02cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nofendertom View Post
    Andy99---your bike looks great with the shocks---not so great with the struts---if you hardtail it-you will melt into the crowd---just my .02cents.
    I agree 100%, however; can you tell us a little more about the rear fender set up, if you do hard tail it how about giving me first shot at it (Fender\sissy bar)

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    There's so many great bikes on here! I love it when a bike has character and i'm trying to find my bike's and I think i'm getting closer. Still not happy with my king peanut tank, but funds are low, so gotta sell of some stuff before I can make more additions. But here she is in her current state:

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7and7is View Post
    I agree 100%, however; can you tell us a little more about the rear fender set up, if you do hard tail it how about giving me first shot at it (Fender\sissy bar)
    I'm with you both too but I needed to be able to take my girlfriend on the back (although after her performance this weekend the stroppy cunt can stay at home in the future!). Would have been just too bouncy for her on the rear fender that's why I fitted the struts and am considering hardtail. Still want to change the bars though

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    New to the forum I have been lurking. Just picked up this 65.


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    Nothing too fancy. My '06 883R that I hop around on a few times a week. Currently looking to buy another dual sport but I'm definitely keeping the Sporty - it's such a fun bike on the cheap - at least compared to other HD's...

    12" Burly narrow apes /w Avon coke bottle grips, LePera Barebones seat, Burly Slammer shocks, Progressive heavy-duty fork springs, DK Customs 425 intake /w breather bolts, Rush Short Series exhaust, re-jetted carb to 180 main and 45 pilot /w about 2.5 turns out and runs pretty damn good.





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    Here is mine all put back together. A fork seal job turned into me painting the trees, lowers and the tank and bed lining the fender and sissy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ProfessorKaos View Post
    $25 later and I got myself a new to me exhaust

    Did you buy these or make them? If you bought them, what brand are they? I think they look great. I'd add some fish tips facing opposite directions and throw them on mine in a heart beat.

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    Finally got mine up and running. EFI to Carb conversion. I laid it down on a canyon ride and it was too much money to replace all the sensors and what not. Now I t runs even better and I can actually work on it. Click image for larger version. 

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    Went riding with some bros this weekend, had a blast even while riding through torrential downpours.



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    my 91
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBandit View Post


    hope to re-do it this winter with a hard tail and whatnot.
    whats this seat called, im struggling too find a seat i like

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    looks like a rough craft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outspoken View Post
    here is my 75 sporty, after years of on and mostly off fabrication.

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    Man, this thing has crazy style. I love it! It feels a lot like one of Shinya's bikes. I'd love to see it in person. After pages and pages I didn't expect to see anything this rad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highwayhooligan View Post
    Did you buy these or make them? If you bought them, what brand are they? I think they look great. I'd add some fish tips facing opposite directions and throw them on mine in a heart beat.
    Thanks! I like them a lot and for the price I couldn't pass them up. They guy I got them from just called them "drag pipes" he cut them down himself.

    On a side note I got my Frisco bars and Recoil grips on today. Happy father's day to me! Currently has all the factory buttons n such but hopefully that will change over the winter.


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    2014 harley 48

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    Quote Originally Posted by abzy View Post
    whats this seat called, im struggling too find a seat i like
    yeah it's a rough crafts. they run around $270 new. it's pretty nice but not a lot of padding for long rides. it is great for blasting around town and ripping through the mountain roads.

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