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    Default 2001 Sportster 883 Hugger Project

    Here's a pic from my current project. Got the fenders swapped out, new rear suspenders, taillight, turn signals and license plate relocation done.

    I'll be replacing all the controls, new bars, new tires, bigger rear wheel, some other stuff.

    It should turn out good I think.

    I'll post pics as I go.

    More pics and info at http://therosshallproject.blogspot.com/

    Shortly after bringing it home...


    Today...
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    Got the new tank on, mostly finished the new controls and bars (although I've been having some issues with the front brake), all new lines, new air cleaner, some other stuff...

    So far so good, still waiting on my 18" rear wheel and new tires, new pipes, pegs and some other small bits.

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    Badass

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    Here's some pics of the controls, tank and air cleaner.

    The ISR controls are awesome. The integrated switches are a nice touch.











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    Oh and I also decided to move my start/stop switch and start button to this electrical panel because the switch rating on the ISR controls is a little low. I was scared I would fry the switch.


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    why did you change the controls if you are still going to have all the switches on them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nofendertom View Post
    why did you change the controls if you are still going to have all the switches on them?
    Because the stock controls and switches are a lot bulkier

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    Those controls look tits.
    Those are swedish parts? What would a set run in US?
    Thanks

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