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    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luky View Post
    Yes.
    Excellent.
    Now go ride. You've earned it.

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    Thanks Hawkstone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luky View Post
    Yes.
    Yay! Enjoy the riding!

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    I did get the bike registered and new license plate!

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    Freaking awesome build. Did not turn out at all like I was expecting. Beautiful bike man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriNortchopz View Post
    "to be continued...." that looks like a better way than liftin' it up on the bench.
    What is your vision for this usa today protonmail build?
    I moved the engine by hand then I would jack the other end of the table up and attach legs.
    Last edited by jadyta; 10-15-2019 at 4:40 PM.

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    Default help please

    I traded a table saw and miter saw and 21 degree nail gun for a 1996 honda shadow vt1100c. thought from the pics it was a 600 or 750 anything with a chain drive would be easy to hardtail it. nope shaft so my thinking now is weld up some tubes and bolt them in place of the shocks.I have already but 1 and 7/8 z drag handlebars on it and made a rear fender for it .next step is and this is were I could use some help getting rid of all the crap that the bike really dosen.t need and be able to put some cool air in takes on it any one know what I can junk for the motor compartment and still make it go

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    Quote Originally Posted by karma View Post
    I traded a table saw and miter saw and 21 degree nail gun for a 1996 honda shadow vt1100c. thought from the pics it was a 600 or 750 anything with a chain drive would be easy to hardtail it. nope shaft so my thinking now is weld up some tubes and bolt them in place of the shocks.I have already but 1 and 7/8 z drag handlebars on it and made a rear fender for it .next step is and this is were I could use some help getting rid of all the crap that the bike really dosen.t need and be able to put some cool air in takes on it any one know what I can junk for the motor compartment and still make it go
    I am trying to understand what you are working on.
    OK Is this the bike?

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    God. Damn!!!! This thing is fucking rad bro!!! Very solid build!

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mwatson View Post
    God. Damn!!!! This thing is fucking rad bro!!! Very solid build!

    Mike
    Thanks Mwatson!

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    Now it's done how about some well lit outdoor pics (both sides, and 3/4 front and back views). That should inspire other builders. I find this the most interesting build on Chop Cult because of the attention to detail, quality fab and clean styling.

    I've not seen another Roadstar that well done and this thread started me looking.
    Last edited by farmall; 3 Weeks Ago at 8:11 PM.

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    Another pic outdoors with my lovely assistant.

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    Hey Luky! Post that stuff in the Hot Babe Thread where it belongs!
    Just kidding...
    Nice lady, nice bike.

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    Latest change the air filter. The previous one was getting in the way of my leg not being able to be on the foot peg.
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    Filter is 5-1/8 inches diameter. 2 inches thickness.

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    Last edited by Luky; 2 Weeks Ago at 11:35 AM.

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    That makes sense and looks good too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoghead View Post
    That makes sense and looks good too!
    Thanks Hoghead! I just rode it a few blocks and it was so much easier to ride
    and to apply the rear brake.It made a big difference.

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    Default Black & White Roadstar

    A photo for a friend.

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    Last edited by Luky; 1 Day Ago at 2:02 PM.

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    That's nice- custom, I assume?

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