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    Almost forgot. MCUSA piece on the bike.

    http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/294/15...r-Project.aspx

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    Stoked to have been selected to be in Micheal Lichters Ton Up Sturgis Exhibition. Bike got picked up a few weeks ago and is getting set up today at hte Buffalo Chip camp ground in Lichters exhibit area. If you're around, swing by and say hello!


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    Just to show everyone the bike isn't a trailer queen, here's a shot we did right before the bike left.

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    Looking good.

    That would be a nice home for a Buell engine.

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    We wish...



    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    Looking good.

    That would be a nice home for a Buell engine.

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    I cant even believe how sick this thing is. SO rad!

    I picked up a 96' 883 about 2 monthes ago, and have just been driving the shit out of it all summer (did 2 slight alterations, switched out the stock seat and bars), was leaning in more of a "bobber" direction.. but now that i saw this.. damn.

    Totally changed my mind! Cafe, all day. I mean.. i already have an ol XS 650 on a hardtail frame.

    Whats the deal with that front fairing?

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    Thanks man. 96 is a good year to work with. Fairing is an Ebay find.

    Hit me up if you have any questions when you start the build, happy to help out.




    Quote Originally Posted by masonburke View Post
    I cant even believe how sick this thing is. SO rad!

    I picked up a 96' 883 about 2 monthes ago, and have just been driving the shit out of it all summer (did 2 slight alterations, switched out the stock seat and bars), was leaning in more of a "bobber" direction.. but now that i saw this.. damn.

    Totally changed my mind! Cafe, all day. I mean.. i already have an ol XS 650 on a hardtail frame.

    Whats the deal with that front fairing?

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    Totally changed my mind! Cafe, all day. I mean.. i already have an ol XS 650 on a hardtail frame.
    Hardtailing old rice which were fugly in their original incarnation is a good use for them and keeps 'em on the road instead of going to the shredder. It's cheap, and it's fun.

    "Cafe" is a lot more usable than bobbing/chobbing/knobbing and much kinder to your spine if you actually put miles on your ride.

    Nice tight build.

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    I just peeped this bike in a magazine. Can't remember off hand which one though.

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    This bike keeps making me reconsider fairings. I want to find another sporty to do this to.

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    Was just trying to scrape money together to order the Stiletto shock, when I stumbled into the build thread for the scrambler and noticed that you guys had that issue with the belt. Is this going to be an issue for sure? Or might I get away without having a problem?

    Or maybe.. What would happen if I tryed to use the Cafe Seat, without the shocks. Hrmmm... Looking for an easy way out here I guess
    Last edited by masonburke; 08-13-2013 at 6:34 PM.

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    Oh man... Just caught this post. Looks like CC isn't sending us alerts on this thread anymore.

    Belt guide on the Scrambler was necessary because of the bell crank in the 2004 and newer Sportsters can contact the belt at full droop. If you're using rear sets it's not a factor (the master is no longer in that position).

    Hit us up if you have any more questions, we'll keep an eye on this thread.

    ~BB



    Quote Originally Posted by masonburke View Post
    Was just trying to scrape money together to order the Stiletto shock, when I stumbled into the build thread for the scrambler and noticed that you guys had that issue with the belt. Is this going to be an issue for sure? Or might I get away without having a problem?

    Or maybe.. What would happen if I tryed to use the Cafe Seat, without the shocks. Hrmmm... Looking for an easy way out here I guess

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