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    Need ideas for winter projects for my Dyna... anyone have any pics of cool Dynas that aren't rigids? Love Sporties and rigids, but a Dyna is what I've got, so have to make the best of it.

    Pic below is where I'm at... best riding HD I've ever had, just absolutely think it's ugly... love the lines of a Sporty, but this is what I've have to work with.


    Looked like this when I bought it...
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    Here is the most current pic of my bike...it's going under the knife this winter as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BigNick View Post
    Need ideas for winter projects for my Dyna... anyone have any pics of cool Dynas that aren't rigids? Love Sporties and rigids, but a Dyna is what I've got, so have to make the best of it.

    Pic below is where I'm at... best riding HD I've ever had, just absolutely think it's ugly... love the lines of a Sporty, but this is what I've have to work with.


    Looked like this when I bought it...
    if it were mine. I would slam the rearend. with either a lowering kit or struts.then i would swap out the barswith some 14" burly apes in black.. and maybe ditch the front turn signals. powdercoat the lower fork tubes. then i'd ride the piss out of it! it's a good looking scoot

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    Well, seeing as you're so bummed about not having a Sporty I'd be more than willing to trade you for mine!! hahahaha.

    I'd throw some shorty shocks on it, remove or change out the front blinkers and then leave it. It's a great looking bike!

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    yeah, lower the rear end. i had 10" black progressives on my old denim black street bob.. made a big difference. you could lower the front with a spring kit too. but the problem with newer bikes like this is these parts cost some big money. only other suggestions i can think of: maybe re-lace your front wheel into a 21 (or fat tire the front 19?). powder coat the forlklowers for sure, maybe the triple trees and forward controls too. make a seat pan and do a slimmed down seat (no seat springs on a swingarm bike please!), maybe some gnarly short pipes or some trick exhaust above the cases. curved plate mount off the primary maybe? little touches on modified sotckers go a long way in my mind.

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    I completely disagree - dont slam the rear - these things are low as is, and not great cornering - I installed Vrod (13") on mine, and Id love to go taller honestly. Make it a racer, not a cruiser - leave that shit to the softails!
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    Hey Ditto...where'd you get the tail section for your bike? Got a friend wanting to do something similar to his superglide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ditto View Post
    I completely disagree - dont slam the rear - these things are low as is, and not great cornering - I installed Vrod (13") on mine, and Id love to go taller honestly. Make it a racer, not a cruiser - leave that shit to the softails!
    shit, thats cool! i stand corrected.. way more unique! love that thing.

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    heres one my buddy built a while ago
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    ooops sorry gents - that aint my sling - just one im using for inspiration on mine actually - I dont have any pics of mine, but it aint close to that yet anyway.

    Im contemplating how/if Im gonna use a tail section - I havent decided. I posted a few pics awhile ago on a Dyna that Kraus Motors did - similar style and he fabbed his own tail

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    this is the real shit right here IMO
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    beauty is in the eye of the beholder
    n mine is the most beautifullest ever
    i like mine like i like my fade's
    high and tight
    split lanes, pop wheelies
    www.blottoparts.blogspot.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by suckaduckpunk1 View Post
    beauty is in the eye of the beholder
    n mine is the most beautifullest ever
    i like mine like i like my fade's
    high and tight
    split lanes, pop wheelies
    www.blottoparts.blogspot.com
    You got the right recipe on that one.

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    Heres mine and its not finished, Seats gonna go and the headlight and puttin some 12 inch Fatty apes on it.
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    First thing I'd do before lowering it is mount the fender on the swingarm so its reeeeaaaallll close to the tire. That'll change the look of it immediately.
    Then maybe shorter shocks to drop the rear then drop/slide the fork tubes up the triple trees to level it out and your all set.
    A mornings work and ridin in the afternoon.
    Just my .02
    Nice bike btw.

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    I like em like this..useful. Powdercoat everything that unbolts, swap those wires for 12 spoke mags, 12in Works black tracker shox, whatever bars float yer boat, personally I like Nightsters on taller risers, LePera bare bones or silhouette, flip that taillight vertically if ya can...and a big bore kit with some cams. profiling is for choppers. make that dyna a beast. and punch the first fool that calls is a SOA bike in his i phone


    suckaduckpunk, is that the silhouette seat? any more pics of it from the top and side..not to hijack this dudes thread, so you can e-mail em if ya want s l o w 5 0 at m s n dot c o m
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    Don't really care for that Ventura HA club bike look. I'm sure they're super functional/usefull, but so is a Goldwing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmiguel13 View Post
    Don't really care for that Ventura HA club bike look. I'm sure they're super functional/usefull, but so is a Goldwing.
    if you get it, you get it, if you don't, you don't.

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    Default Dyna

    Here's mine


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    Saw the build pics You posted of this one... Sweet F'in Dyna

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