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    I really like your chopper, except the bars, they look a bit out of proportion

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    I'M BACK. So basically the bike is done, other than the fact it won't turn over. gotta look into that today, probably something to do with the fact that I wired it wrong and it might not be getting spark? Hopefully something simple.

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    This thing is awesome for a first build. I hope my "build" goes this well.

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    Damn that front end really makes the bike. Great job on the build.

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    Been a hot minute since I've posted on here but I "finished" the bike a while ago and have been rippin it. Since my electrical issues, caused by a variety of things, I got help from my friend to help me rewire the bike again (much cleaner this time), along with this I've replaced the coil pack and ignition with dynatech modules, and I did a complete charging system on the bike.

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    I'm constantly swapping between these mini Z's and my regular bars

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    over the winter I plan on swapping in some 6 over tubes and changing out my mini drum for a spool wheel, along with a few other bits and things. Will post more when I have more. In the meantime here a few photos of me doing dumb stuff on it.

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    I'm pretty goddam bored with this shitty new England weather, so I figure I'd mention how I broke the sprocket cover I'd trimmed up previously. Basically the brake lever and peg mount into the sprocket cover and I trimmed it too close to the mount when I was making it. As a result, when I was on my way home from a car show in Boston, right when I got out of the tunnels there were some construction bumps on the highway and I snapped my brake side peg mount. It was still on the bike but I couldn't put any pressure on it or the brake without the entire thing flexing off. So it short I rode home in the dark with no brakes, just downshifting to slow down, trying to keep clear of everyone else. Lucky me I was wearing some good shoes. :0

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    I plan on trimming my new one a little smarter than I did my first, along with that my new one is made out of steel while the old one was aluminum.

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    Killer bike man, good read!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaSheen View Post
    I plan on trimming my new one a little smarter than I did my first, along with that my new one is made out of steel while the old one was aluminum.
    I did the same thing the first time I cut down a sprocket cover and broke my shit jumping a cattle guard. Nothing like coming to a Flintstone stop at 45MPH.

    Killer thread. Bike is looking great.

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    Great looking scoot, good work! Love me some shotguns too!
    One thing if I may... If you put a 6-over front end on it, please rake the frame... Your bike sits real nice right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaSheen View Post
    I done goofed
    You can buy another zero fitting if you want. Not a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockman96 View Post
    Great looking scoot, good work! Love me some shotguns too!
    One thing if I may... If you put a 6-over front end on it, please rake the frame... Your bike sits real nice right now.
    I had no plans to rake the frame for the 6 overs, but I think these frames hardtailed have a decent stance with the 6s, anymore and I think they start to look funny.
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    Love this thread dude. Have you been working on it since?

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