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  1. #601

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody86 View Post
    [IMG]greta by Janne Tikkanen, on Flickr[/IMG]
    That pipe set up is dope! I've been looking at making the same setup but havent seen a sporty with on like it until now!! What header did you use for the 2 into 1? I was looking at a Big Twin header and have been wondering if it would work. I need details!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimeKim View Post
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    hello everyone
    This bike rules

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMac87 View Post
    That pipe set up is dope! I've been looking at making the same setup but havent seen a sporty with on like it until now!! What header did you use for the 2 into 1? I was looking at a Big Twin header and have been wondering if it would work. I need details!!!
    Looks like the Paughco 2 into 1 I was looking at for a project bike:

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  4. #604

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMac87 View Post
    That pipe set up is dope! I've been looking at making the same setup but havent seen a sporty with on like it until now!! What header did you use for the 2 into 1? I was looking at a Big Twin header and have been wondering if it would work. I need details!!!
    Paughco 2-1, bought it 2nd hand. They are way too expensive new.

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  7. #607
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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post



    Did a wiring job on this bike over the weekend to move the coil from under the tank and went from a sketchy start button to a key start to simplify everything.
    Fuckin' nice

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    Here's mine since my last post was deleted in the server crash incident.

    07 XL883C

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    Im running no turn signals now and black buckhorn bars at the moment so it looks a little different than in the pics. After this winter, I'll have my chrome buckhorn bars or some pullback bars, some taller risers and the handlebar switch pods deleted and rewired to hidden switches.

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    Just put six over tubes on mine so I think it qualifies now. I got a stainless steel brake line kit from TC Bros along with the tubes, but I didn't realize my master cylinder banjo bolt was a different size from the kit. No front brake while I order another brake line fitting.
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    Hi there norcal friends, I've seen some stunning builds in that forum and that always give me new inspiration. Here's my latest work on this sporty. New fork, tank paint, chrome risers, vintage dual lights and voila I'm also on instagram @thesportsterchad if you want to see any updates on that scoot and send me your beautiful norcal choppers so we can spread the good words of the norcal chop community

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    Jackbender, is that one of the newer Moto Iron wishbone springers? I was checking those out, but saw that they don't seem to make them for the older rigid mount sporties. I really like the look of the vintage Throttle Addiction repop springers.

    Here's my bike. Since the last time I posted a pic I've put some Zombie Performance 4 bends rabbits on it and chopped on the rear fender. I've got a hardtail kit and some other shit for this winter. Plan on powdercoating the frame something cool and a buddy of mine is going to paint the tins in some candy with pinstriping.
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    Hi guys,
    I'm on a chopper project with a 1960 900 xlch, but I ordered a fork from PCP parts, he is supposed to send it to me but nothing.
    My project has been stopped for months.

    Have you ever done business with Jasin Phare?

    Thank you!

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    1999 Sportster built by me in Oakland, CA. 1200 upgrade, 8" over tubes, barebones wiring, no speedo or indicators, 12" apes, stock controls deleted from bars, forward controls, chain conversion, bobbed rear fender, working on putting on a 21" front. Click image for larger version. 

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    Here is my 2003 XL883.

    Now a question since posting pictures of my bike on a Facebook page caused quite a bit of controversy....Will having this much rake cause oil starvation? I would like to see what the people of this forum have to say about this as all of these Facebook trolls aren't the most knowledgeable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dylan780 View Post
    Here is my 2003 XL883.

    Now a question since posting pictures of my bike on a Facebook page caused quite a bit of controversy....Will having this much rake cause oil starvation? I would like to see what the people of this forum have to say about this as all of these Facebook trolls aren't the most knowledgeable.

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    It won't cause oil starvation, Facebook mechanics are idiots.

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    8" over forks, Harley buckhorns and a lot of random crap I've gathered along the years on this one.

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    Here’s my 2002 XL883!

    Painted the tins in an off-white, powdercoated the frame to match, removed all the factory grey wrinkle-paint of the engine covers and polished to a brushed finish, 6” over forks (might change to 8”), Biltwell rabbit ears, Biltwell whiskey throttle, Kustom Tech levers, Wilder Factory seat, Avon Speedmaster and Safety Mileage tyres, hot rod louvered air cleaner, installed the choke on top of carb with a bracket, chrome coil cover, sparto taillight, removed the balance pipe between the headers and installed flexible chrome heatshields, Anderson style footpegs,… really let myself go on this one.

    All I need now is a prettier gas tank and a 18” 40-spoke rear wheel. Also wanna install the S&S Hooligan kit (1200cc and high performance cams).

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