To stand out in a crowd of bikes anywhere I go.
I was born into the life of motorcycles. I was always told that my ideas wouldn’t work, unless I was a welder. So I became a welder, and from that point on the impossible was now possible.
Frisco gas tank, filled in hole from original gas cap and welded a plate to the front of the tank for all of the wires to hide under. Welded an extended bung on the right side of the tank for the new gas cap. Along with a new relocated extended fuel shut off bung. Switched the stock bulky oil tank for a round one. Cut off the rear struts, and hard mounted the rear fender, extended the head light bracket. Lowered the rear end. Put a car ignition on in a new location to be able to start the bike with the turn of the key. Made a chrome rear fender strut with drilled holes. Fabricated and welded the handlebars. Cut off the original brake pedal, tapped and threaded shaft to fit a shifter peg instead. Custom Pipes. An S&S cycle shorty carburetor. A thunder jet and no air filter. Put 575 Feuling Parts Reaper Cams and adjustable push rods. Along with a high flow oil pump from Feuling Parts. Switched the original seat out for a leather, “alligator,” Mother Roads solo seat. After cutting off the struts I realized I no longer could have a passenger so I fabricated up a seat that looks like another solo seat floating behind the drivers seat. Put a 21″ Fat twisted stainless spoke wheel on the front and an 16″ twisted stainless spoke wheel on the rear. Powder coated half of the
Springer front end black along with the headlight trim and bracket to match. Put a Custom Mini Speedometer with indicator lights. Added a cigarette lighter into the left side of the oil tank.
The fact I did it at 16 years old
BAD A**, Nasty, Fast as F***, & One of a kind.