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    Default Inspirational Bikes Gallery

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    I dig..

    the skinnyness
    the downtube
    the springer
    all of it, really


    If this belongs to you, I love you

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    Some inspiration for my swingarm chopper and some for my dual sportster.

    I really like real thin tanks and amf graphics also sportster dual sportsters/dirtsters, whatever you wanna call them are pretty badass too

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    always liked richiepans pan. RIP

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    This one has a different kind of seat shock and what I call a hybrid engine. I don't think its the style of bikes that guys like here, but it's my style.




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    ^^ That's way cool , Alan Sputhe produced Evo style cases for Twincam top ends.
    This one inspired me to build my own Panhead - Cro Customs's El Grande Sancho

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    This inspired me to build a Shovel

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    This one inspired me to buy it

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    Is that some kind of custom FXR?? The Sputhe cases use EVO flywheels and twin cam heads and jugs that you can bore out and makes about 100 cubes. I have one in my Chopper Guys FXR frame, has an S&S G carb, EV5 cam, runs pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoghead View Post
    ^^ That's way cool , Alan Sputhe produced Evo style cases for Twincam top ends.
    I always called it a Twevo. Thanks for the info. I've never been able to find out anything about these engines except for a guy in Long Beach Ca.

    Very nice bike you have there. I really like the backend of a hard tail when the fender sits right on the tire.

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    Sputhe called them a Fatvo. What else did you want to know, toughest part was finding special pistons and I remember some problems on the push rod tubes, oddball angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1954bmw View Post
    Is that some kind of custom FXR?? The Sputhe cases use EVO flywheels and twin cam heads and jugs that you can bore out and makes about 100 cubes. I have one in my Chopper Guys FXR frame, has an S&S G carb, EV5 cam, runs pretty good.
    Alloy monoshock frame based on FXR layout. A dozen built by a local biz, RMD, in the UK. Sputhe 104 C.I. engine.
    Runs good! For those who don't know , Alan Sputhe passed on a couple of years back. RIP.

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    always liked richiepans pan. RIP
    One of the very few flamejobs I've really liked. Never liked bobbed fenders either but somehow Richie pulled it off with his bike.
    Very cool Panhead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 47str8leg View Post
    One of the very few flamejobs I've really liked. Never liked bobbed fenders either but somehow Richie pulled it off with his bike.
    Very cool Panhead.
    With you on that, he called her 'Viola' . Richie had a cool truck too. Such a tragic accident. Seems like only yesterday i used to read about him in the Horse.

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    Keith 'Bandit' Ball's Dicey Knucklehead. Love them pipes and rear fender.
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    after seeing this picture of the late,great Randy Smith, I was inspired me to build this....
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