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    There is a pic somewhere of the right side. I believe its a Rikuo

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    Quote Originally Posted by golfish View Post
    This was a good clue to get more info. I guess my biggest question is WHY ? The evo motor is such a good engine, why use a TC top end? This one has S&S cases.
    The TC top end offers more cubes and top ends are quite plentiful for small change while the early TC bottom end has those shitty chain adjuster shoes still failing and killing engines because most HD owners don't study their machines online even today. The Fatvo gives a 100 cubic inch engine from the combo of Evo flywheels and bigger TC jugs. 80 cubic inches in the Harley format is underpowered by modern standards because the HD engine design while great for ease of production and maintenance because it's so primitive is severely limited in power output. Even radical HD engines are easily outperformed by stock and moderate modern engine builds (some of which make so much power they require computerized traction management for sporting performance like supercars) and a 100 c.i. is one way to get a few more HP out of the old tractor by using leftover parts. As gobs of Twin Cam takeouts (they outnumber every other big twin combined) became available there was less reason to build one since going well over 100 cubes is cheap today.

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    Desmohog; Ducati 900ss heads on Evo bottom at Crossbreed Cycles:

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    http://crossbreedcycles.net/home--contact.html

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    [QUOTE=TriNortchopz;858865]Desmohog; Ducati 900ss heads on Evo bottom at Crossbreed Cycles:

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    Its been done, while impressive, Look up Stan Dishong and he did it decades earlier and better. He had a small museum here in Oregon for a while when he retired, He was the bedrock of the Hop up and big bore kits of Harleys back in the day. A true Pioneer.

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    Look up Stan Dishong and he did it decades earlier and better.
    Thanks for that;

    https://thehoglegend.com/news-magazine-articles/

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    ^^^^^ Yep, I've beat off hundreds of times to that

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    Smokin' rad Triumph

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    From Dougs Stan Dishong site:
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    Here are my top 4.
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    ^^ No argument there! Larry's Grease Monkey was stellar. Caleb , Matt and Dave are stars too.

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    This one is pretty killer as well, but I am unsure of the builder. I THINK it was built in Japan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildwest View Post
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    Hell yes-even down to the OEM tires!

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    This probably inspired me the most at the most impressionable age. I saw Snoopy roll up on his chop, and in my little boy mind, I knew I needed one

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