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    Hey guys first post..
    Im building an 89 evo sporty with a twisted choppers hardtail. I raked the neck to 36 degrees and am running a 21 out front, 18 rear. Going for a brushed/matte look. I have a small weld/machine shop I run out of my garage, nothing fancy just trying to get my own thing going. I have seen a bunch of cool builds and i'm throwing what I have so far up here.





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    Thats it so far, waiting on parts, plan on cutting the villain down and narrowing it. More to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northside1 View Post

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    wanna sell those risers?

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    i always loved the look of cfl's
    i dig it a lot!!i dont like fat tires but on that kinda of style it looks great!!

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    Turned up a rear sprocket spacer to get proper alignment. Mounted seat bags and chopped up front sprocket cover. Making progress..




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    Quote Originally Posted by offbeat View Post
    wanna sell those risers?
    No I tend to use them once in a while.

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    Cut down my cam cover, mounted regulator, machined a billet battery box and front fender spacers..





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    lookin good so far!

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    Looks good. I have the same tank on my bike and was thinking about narrowing it up this winter.

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    After I put the HHI mids on it didn't look so fat but it's definitely too long. Might make it a bit taller to give the bike more of a stretched look.

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    Haven't done too much lately. Turned up some front and rear wheel spacers and got my rear caliper bracket stay done. Came out good and it's heavy duty. Also machined front rotor spacer out of 6061 to make up the difference from the narrow to mid glide.





    Funny thing is, it was a good amount of milling with a few different angles going on and for the most part you will never see any of it, ha oh well.

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    Nice looking fab work, love pics of the process..

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    Fender was a good 3/4" away from tire on both sides, took an inch out of the center..









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    That's an awesome little garage shop man! I'll be following along with this one. You have any plans for that frame jig or you come up with it yourself? Been wanting to make something similar myself.

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    Thanks guys. There are prints on crimescenechoppers.com for the jig, I cut, welded and machined all the parts so it was pretty cheap to build.

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    Dope!

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    I know man.. I could stare at that thing all day just the way it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northside1 View Post
    Hey guys first post..
    I raked the neck to 36 degrees ...
    Sweet ride. How did you go about raking the neck to the frame with all the gussets?

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