thanks spade115, they take a strong pimp hand to get anything cool outta them,hehe
not easy like a trumpet or sporty that are already the cool kids.it has been fun screwing around with it.the only reliability issues i have were ones that i created with my sketchy wire routing skills.the thing only has just over 3000 miles.i have a few other cool bikes
(dovetail framed 88 ci.shovelhead,69 650 t120r,1980 z1r blah blah ).
i think the fact that there is no fear of "fucking it up"is part of what makes them so fun to chop with.
once i got it chopped down to this point
i could see there was some chop potential.i resisted the urge to boardtrack it and just wanted the most bare bones i could get.
i would like to build a frame but still want to keep the rear shock like it is.it's simple and works decent.i rode it around with a strut for a while at first and that was brutal on oklahoma roads.
i would like to see more folks chop em up.