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  1. #6941
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    The Bike Shop in San Antonio did the major work, I did the small stuff in my garage. Its 12 inches up and four inches out. Used Franks 12 over tubes and deleted the stupid looking front engine mount. Thanks man.
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    Just finished this thing yesterday. Still have to clean up some wires and cables, but it's coming along. Up next are some 4 over tubes and an 18 inch rear.
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    Working on making this engine reliable again, but overall very happy with frame & components.

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    Here are three of my current Sportys. The 06' was finished last year as a mild bobber. The paint is black cherry, front fender is Arlen Ness, rear fender is a wrecked Suzuki front fender redone by me. I rebuilt it from a wreck and wrote an article for "Road Hawk Magazine" called the "Budget Bobber". The entire bike, including the purchase price of the bike, was completed for just a little over $2500. The third bike is still a work in progress, it's a 1980 Sporty. Featuring a hopped up engine: 060 over pistons, thin head gaskets, ported heads, stainless steel valves, beehive springs, polished S&S intake, S&S carb, "P" cams, and coke bottle mufflers. Progressive suspension provides the rear shocks and front springs. It is about 90% done and hopefully it will be running in another month. The second one is of my 74' Sporty which features gold metallic candy apple red paint with airbrush work. It has aluminum rims and Mustang Cobra seat along with Flanders bars. The engine has high comp forged pistons, "P" cams, Weber DCOE 44mm dual throat carb, Magnason forward swept intake manifold, titanium valves, and wrapped dump pipes....... along with my friend Becky keeping the bike company.
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    Just picked this up today, 93 sporty with 6k on motor and trans. Alot of sleepless nights coming my way making this my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durt87 View Post
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    Just picked this up today, 93 sporty with 6k on motor and trans. Alot of sleepless nights coming my way making this my own.
    I love the white frame

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    How she sits now


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    Tanks back from my buddy's paint shop.
    Thanks Edgardo!
    Still a work in progress, but getting there..
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    Thanks! She looks different now! The sissy bar is a Slims fab part.

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    How tall is your sissybar? Bike looks great. I’m also debating hard tail and a springer on my 02
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    Thanks man! I beleive the sissy bar is 30 inches tall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cayde6 View Post
    Thanks man! I beleive the sissy bar is 30 inches tall.
    I got a 27” from slimsfab that I haven’t installed yet

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    Here is mine as it is
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    Slowly piecing this back together after it was butchered by PO.
    Had a 1" long rear fender, huge apes, furry seat, 3" pipes.. Yeah..
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    Gonna make a new set of bars this week and should have my 4" over forks next week!

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    Some changes Iíve made to mine over the past couple weeks. Learning process with the flames but I dig them.Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Here's the 92 I'm working on

    Just trying to get it running and riding, will make it pretty over the winter. Click image for larger version. 

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    Still not sure about the t-bars, and I'm thinking of only running one headlight, they're a bit larger than I expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvandrew View Post
    Just trying to get it running and riding, will make it pretty over the winter. Click image for larger version. 

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    Still not sure about the t-bars, and I'm thinking of only running one headlight, they're a bit larger than I expected.
    I'm bored at work... and pixlr is free... here's what 1 light would look like...

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    Or what if you mounted the second up higher on the top tree?

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    Here is my current toy. The Lil Bastard. Hugger forks, low shocks (hard tail soon), NRHS 1250 kit with Andrews n4 cam, Thunderheader, mid controls, blah bah blah. Itís a fun little sumbitch and Iíll be adding my own touchís soon. Probably looking to do a foot clutch with hockey shift, hard tail rear, short springer, etc.






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