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    Default full rigid evo sporty

    Ok, I have been a member here for a long time, this will be my first build thread. Long story short I inherited this bike from my grandpa last December, he always gave me shit for the bikes I built but I think he always really liked them, so I will be building this bike just to fuck with him (he is smiling I am sure) so started with bone stock 92 sporty, we all know what they look like... I will get you caught up to where I am at now.

    As of now here are the specs, 45Deg rake with 5deg in the tree's should keep my trail in a good place, fork tubes will be about 56" long from bottom tree to center axle, I will run dual 19's and go from there.

    Started designing the rigid front end, With lots of help from Joel (image1), basically using 1 5/16" 3/8" wall DOM tubing, had my trees burned at work then machined to suit.
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    next machined my neck at work.
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    Next it was frame time used a basic Motorshop type design, went 6" up and 45 deg. rake, single loop. I wanted it to look short in the rear so brought the looped tail in some.
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    Here is a shot of it roughly mocked up. it is basically exactly what I was going for.
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    this is basically where I am at today, I just drew up my axle plates and neck gussets today hopefully cutting them tonight?

    This will be a slight bit slow going at first.

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    Hell yes cant wait to see more!

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    Hey guys, unfortunately my wife got cancer and has been doing radiation and chemo, So this got put on the back burner. I am back on it now and have the motor almost completely mounted and got a tank from a buddy, also have the headlight bracket made, more updates to come.. I am really pushing to have it done by the beginning of February for the "one show" Here in Portland.

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    Here is another pic of a side view.

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    I love how far it hangs off the lift.

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    Fuckin awesome man, love the way your going with this hope to watch you finish it.
    Sorry 'bout your OL hope that goes for the best

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    Bad ass start! Looking forward to seeing it come together.

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    Ok, not much new to report but it is time to go full speed ahead! seat is mounted along with fender and sissy bar, motor mounts are done, The only fab work left is oil tank (which i am building now) then exhaust. pull it apart for final welding and throw it back together for shake down. depending on how nice of a spring we have in Oregon it might not get paint (or will get an ok rattle can job) or chrome this year. I am not a fan of doing this because i hate hearing nice "rat bike" but i would rather ride it then have it apart for paint......

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    Well as usual i have almost finished this thing and took no pictures along the way, With that being said i did get it off the lift and standing by itself... Any ways here are my "progress" pics.

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    Is that a 19 rear mag? What you do special to run it with a pulley?

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    this thing is fucking RIGHTEOUS

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    Yes, it is a 19"mag, it is actually the stock front wheel off the bike. the bolt pattern is the same for the rotors and the pulley, so as far as that goes it is an easy thing, With that said what you have to do is machine a spacer to get the pulley/sprocket to line back up with the motor. I will be able to do this once my chain conversion shows up. I should be machining all my oil tank fittings after work today, i got material for my final handle bars so i will machine my bungs for those also, few more things to buy and i will be on the road....

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    Awesome start! The power of the lathe!

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    Got my rear brake bracket modified last night.

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    Wow, this bike is amazing. Reminds me of the Speed Metal Cycles build.

    Had this bike as my desktop image for along time, so I'm def a fan.

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    got a few more things done, got the battery box done, oil tank is mounted needs finished, i machined my sprocket spacer to line up my sprockets running the 19" rear and relocated my petcock.

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    Also got my plate/tail bracket done.

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    That bike it titties ! You making it to this year's one motorcycle show with it .

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    That’s gonna be a sweet piece to ride!

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