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Support The NorCal Cycle Swap this Sunday

Support The Nor Cal Cycle Swap this Sunday. Online registrations end on Wednesday (7/8) at midnight. Click here to save some cash. Day-of vending is also available, bring cash and pay at the gate. Every paid vendor receives a complimentary t-shirt. Happy Swapping!

Support The 3rd Annual Backroad BBQ Run

"Come down to the land of the pines for a chopper campout on the banks of the Trent River in Eastern North Carolina. Luke and Ronni will be hosting a weekend long event filled with motorcycles, pork BBQ, live music, and cold beer. Perfect weather for riding the back roads and showing off your skills during the bike games. Taking place on a secluded 30-acre piece of property, it is going to be one hell of a party! The entry fee is $20 per person which covers the entire weekend of events along with two nights of camping at the Trent River Campground. Hot showers or cold dips in the river are included, so throw a towel and a bar of soap in your saddlebag. The Backroad BBQ Run proudly supports the Swansboro Detachment Marine Corp League 1407. Our sponsors this year are out of control and way more then we could have expected! Must be 21 or over to attend. No Colors. Check out our website for complete information and give us on Instagram."

Welcome SPEED To The ChopCult Family

Please help us welcome SPEED to the ChopCult Family. Speed is a motorcycle glove company from California. All styles of gloves are deerskin leather, with reinforced nylon thread, and made in the USA. They also make thermals, t-shirts, zip hoodies, socks, pins and patches. Check out their Marketplace and website for more information and give SPEED a follow on Facebook and Instagram.

DicE Magazine Issue 88

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Painthuffer's 4th of July sale

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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...




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