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1961 XLCH - 12 Volt Electrics

Gas it up...Hit the Street !
I did a 12V conversion with 
Bosch Regulator...
Now I can see where I'm going..!

1950 Harley WR (Rebuilt)

These WR engines are rare.  The only way to buy one was through a dealer(of coarse) and you had to have a racing license.  Class C via AMA, American Motorcycle Association.  This is a 1950. 
Special features (different from standard WL/45" engines include:
Sprocket Shaft (special for ball bearing)
Pinion Shaft w/oil groove (special for ball bearing)
Crank Pin (special size for WR rollers)
Drilled Connecting Rods
Special Lightened Flywheels
Special Cams (for WR only)
Special Ball Bearing Idler Gear and Spacer
Special Gear Cover for Ball Bearings and Wico
Ball bearings on #3 and #4 cams(both ends)
Ball bearings on #1 and #2 cams (case end only)
Special Angled Tappet Blocks
Flat Show Angled Tappets
Special Tappet Covers
Right Case (special casting for magneto idler gear stud)
Left and Right Case with special machining for Ball Bearings
Right Case machined and drilled for Wico/Edison Magneto
Special Cast Iron Cylinders with larger cooling fins, larger valves,
smoothed ports, and special valve angles...
Special Valve Springs
Special Cylinder Heads and Combustion Chamber 
No Head Gaskets !
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...and it all must be hand-fitted, must spin free, no binding with correct race
clearances and tolerances for high speed race situations...




ALL IN WITH NATE BICCUM

Our friends at the Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys have a pretty bitchin blog featuring events, artists, and more. Check out ALL IN WITH NATE BICCUM by Becky Goebel. "Nate uses his art to highlight painters, builders, racers, announcers, etc. and different personalities from the motorcycle industry."

New Bike Feature

Photo by Renan Roberto
Check out ChopCult member Tupode's custom 2001 Honda Shadow VT600 here.

Join the Aidan's Ride NJ this weekend!



Aidan's Ride New Jersey is back!!!
Saturday June 20, 2020
Starting at New Egypt for Flat Track Racing
Riding to 10th Ave Burrito - 801 Belmar Plaza Belmar, NJ for a gift auction event. 
$25 per Rider & $40 per couple. Coffee & donuts, Ride, & Lunch with a gift auction. T-shirts available for purchase.  RAIN or SHINE !
All proceeds raised benefit the Aidan Jack Seeger Foundation.

Coming soon- Lowbrow Custom Grips

Lowbrow Customs' AMF Grips and Champion Grips are coming soon and will be available for sale in July. Made in the USA. Black or Natural Gum. $19.95. U.S. Patent Pending.

The zig zag pattern of Champion Grips is a perfect match with Firestone Champion Deluxe motorcycle tires. They also stand well on their own. Perfectly at home on a Harley Shovelhead or Sportster chopper, Honda cafe racer or Balkan M1 urban commuter.

Pairs of motorcycle grips have two different inside diameters. The left-hand grip (clutch side) is sized properly to be a tight fit over the bare handlebar. The right-hand grip is sized to be a tight fit over the throttle tube. Check out our basic motorcycle grip install video or motorcycle handlebar 101 overview video for more detailed information and tips!

New NSC Vertical Axle Side Mount License Plate Bracket


New NSC Vertical Axle Side Mount License Plate Bracket without Light Mount. Cold rolled steel construction w/ black powder coat finish. Axle mount plate is 1/4 inch steel with TIG welded fabrication. Engineered gusset design is stronger then any on the market. Will fit 3/4inch, 20MM and 1 inch axles in one kit! No need to choose your axle size. Perfect for your Chopper or your stock motorcycle. 100% USA MADE!

Gnarly Magazine Issue #13


Big thanks for Johnny for adding Issue 13 to the Marketplace. Buy yours now!

Juice Brake on a Rigid

You'll need to weld a "backing plate stay" on the lower frame tail for the backing plate anchor stud to bolt to . . . (you can see the narrow, nylon insert lock nut I use).  I left the original (mechanical brake) stay (front middle) in case I want to go back to mechanical brake sometime.

I run a continuous (Russell brand) stainless, braided brake line all the way to a triple junction mounted off my rocker clutch up front.  The top outlet of my 3-way junction has the hydraulic brake light switch.(I use that late model little bugger, availaable at any H-D dealership.  They run 'em on all the new bikes.(I keep a spare in my tool kit in-case the switch would leak, you'd have no brakes !
The opposite side of the 3-way junction has another braided line to my master cylinder.

This is the larger(later) version of the Harley hydraulic brake drum.  Maybe 1968-1972, I think?

The round hook-deal is a bungee hook for when I load it up for travel !


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