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    Default saying goodbye to an old friend...

    well,

    the time has finally come, to say goodbye to a friend I held near and dear to my heart for the past couple years.

    the wiring, and fluids were the last few items left to tackle, but it was hard to find the motivation to get back into the garage. I suppose I purposely dragged my feet, knowing full well that I would have to come to terms with baby bird leaving the nest to make it on its own.

    Dux, a recent member her(also his bike) did an amazing job on the seat, as well as the battery strap. Without a doubt, he'll be handed a few more seat pans of mine, and probably many others too. A natural talent he has for sure...

    This bike, runs super smooth, sounds amazing and I think turned out pretty nice.


    Thanks to those who posted comments, positive and negative...thanks to the biltwell guys for posting up the bike on their blog, and a big thanks to the chopcult for inspiring to think a little bit outside the box.

    -Mr. Crown







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    you know i luvs ya like a rented mule.... but

    spin that seat 180 degrees!

    sad to see it go too, my friend

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    i love the bike but just a sugestion lose the front fender or lower it it looks too "dirt bike" just for curiosity how much u askin for her

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    Amazing but I do agree with the front fender.

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    Still love that paint. Is it sold?

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    You killed it on this one MC, Swat it on this ass & send her out.
    What's next?

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    I kinda dig the dirt bike inspired front fender. Very tight looking machine!

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    keep the fender...looks funky and off but that's why it works.
    excellent work.
    i've lusted over this thing for sometime now.

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    backwards seat, high front fender... I like all of it!

    Happy to provide parts on your next project. keep in touch...

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    gorgeous bike man, you should be proud!

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    thanks for the thumbs up gents.

    the front fender, was only put there for the sake of an out of province inspection, but I ended up kind of liking it there.

    BCM,

    thinking the next project will entertain the idea of a big twin flathead...

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    Nice completed project. When you said out of province inspection did it register as a custom? How much hassle? I have another bike, old shovel, in BC that I'd like to bring in. R

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    Man, You never even rode her out here to the coast for a visit! I love that bike. Looks FNA.

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    where did you get those exhaust tips? Would love to have a pair.

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    That front fender was/is my favorite part...Its like a Acid Trip Desert Racer KLR 1200 VTwin

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    that bike is Rad, i can see why it's hard to let her go!
    nice work!
    Last edited by ak70swb; 12-27-2009 at 10:19 AM.

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    yeah man it looks great! glad to see something out side the box!!!!

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