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  1. #1961
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    I installed a Baker OD6 and Gigacycle Corsair front end

    S&S 111 motor is finally broken in and super tough

    perfect long distance bike and fun around town too


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    Great job! I gave you a thumbs up over on v-twin forum but your bike deserves two thumbs up so I'll give you another one over here too.
    Must be a hoot!

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    That is tough... dig it. I just extended my front end... but this looks like something to think about for down the road.

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    heres a '92 that i picked up recently for a really great price
    a little ugly when i first got it shown here
    but it has 19k original miles and after some really minor fixed (slight leak in the gas tank, new voltage regulator, carb clean out and re tune, fluid change, its a damn solid runner)

    the best thing about it was the owner had all the original parts for the bike and a lot of sellable aftermarket ones also, so i made most of my money back selling off the stuff im not using

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    i gave it a good cleaning and swapped out some of the really ugly parts for some better ones that i had here on the shelf at home

    put some mag wheels back on it with some good tires
    a supertrapp exhaust
    new risers and handlebars
    put the mids back on

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    it will stay like this for now
    when winter comes i will most likely tear it all down and refinish it all
    repaint it to a factory paint scheme and add some other upgrades like a dual disc front end and brembo brakes that i have in my parts pile for it

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    Cool thread. New round these parts. Have two completed fxr's with an 86 Rd coming in a few weeks. 86 is all stock. Same owner for 30 some years. Pretty clean. Trying to figure out if I wanna redo it or pass it on. How do I add a pic from my mobile?

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    Love the purple paint SyndicateChopper

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    no.....Chameleon paint....to 80`s fashion for me....

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    So I have an 84 fxrt frame and a 05 junk dyna frame with the cross member I need...question is what gets cut on the fxr and where is the new piece welded...I have an 03 tc going in it...need advice and or contact info for someone local to me...from MN...thanks in advance

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    Big things have small beginnings




    1st year 1983 FXRT. Shovel head motor with matching numbers is on the bench. Tons of miles on it. Motor mounted is a 1984 FXRT Evo. Fairing and narrow air glide is in the corner. Stock tank is hanging on the wall. Hard Plastic bags are needing lots of TLC. 5 speed Tranny has the added kicker on it. Enclosed oil bath chain cover is gone.

    Not for sale. Still a baby Groo .

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    roky, '84 was a mid-year changed EVO motor. Fer instance the first half '84's were dry clutch and last half were wet.
    I'd set that back up for handling but I don't live in Texas. More pics needed (inc. fairing & bags). Looks like a great project.
    Head on over to V-Twin Forum (FXR section) for more like minded FXRer's and possibly a chain cover.

    Gotta ask, WTF is a baby Groo?

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    Gotta ask, WTF is a baby Groo?


    More pics needed (inc. fairing & bags).
    Right now. This time of day is great for riding or working outside. So give me some time to get back with you. Right now. This erection is kicking my butt. I am making room in my shop for the good stuff.

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    Been a rough day. Pitbull chewed up some stuff cuz I left her loose with the shop doors open. She is still a 60 pound pup. I still don't have the canvas shed up. Lost the paper instructions. So downloaded the .pdf and will continue on it tomorrow.



    You can tell I live in the open desert because of the dust. Airgun and soap and water fixes that though. :

    The windshield is hanging inside the shop. hence no picture of it yet. My place used to be the hospital in Pecos Texas back in the oldy days. Those parts hanging are sitting in the lobby I am supposed renovate for the wifey. Who I adore dearly. The lobby is still in the demolition stage. It used to be my shop space.





    I had to sell my Big Dog PitBull motorcycle to finance my shop build. < That hurt a lot >



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    Cool set-up, thanks for all the different pics. We are kinda at opposites. Not much flat,hot,dust here more like rock,moss and rain.
    Since you were good enough to respond to my request, I will share a few of mine.





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    Looking good Hillcat. Nice pup there. I have Lulus < female pit bull >, Mousey < Female Mini doberman pincher > , Mini < Female Mini Doberman Pincher > , Monty < Male Chihuahua > , Popeye < Male Chihuahua Pug mix mutt > , Bitsy < the wfies best bro female micro Chihuahua> .

    Every body but Bitsy, patrol my place every night. Keeping a eye on the shop area. Which is fenced in. As you can tell. We are pet people. All mine came off of death row at the pound here. I got special pull there. I don't have pay for a rescued dog. I let em get old and die a natural death. Fat , dumb, and happy.

    Here is the last picture of me < Oldy one > My haircut now is high and tight though.


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    Finished up this twin cam conversion a few weeks ago, the bike is pretty damn awesome to ride. Handles really well for a Harley.
    117" twin cam motor and a 2016 6 speed transmission. Made over 130hp on the dyno.

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    My new front end. GSXR 600/750 2006 forks and drop triple trees from Kraus. best upgrade possible for the FXR

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    Ultima 127 in black chrome install. When I got the bike it had a S&S 107 in it but doing a full on build on this bike I went with more power with a light setup

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    Calipers are from the 2012 GSXR 1000 and they bolt up to the 2006 legs no problem. I also used titanium bolts and they weight next to nothing so this frontend and brake setup is probably 20-25lbs lighter, handles better, and stops way better than the previous setup. Best upgrade you can do in my opinion to the FXR.

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    So yeah I added street bike frame sliders the axel ends. just in case Anyway next up is the rear of the bike with a new swing arm/brake setup/shocks etc...

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