It became obvious that it was time to get back to doing a few
The left side of the handlebar has been converted to a twist grip for the purpose of doing a twist clutch but that didn't work as planned so we used the std. lever type and a shortened cable setup.
All normal bike wiring is in the frame. However the ABNORMAL wiring for the paint job was added later and was not able to go into the frame. Yes --I said PAINT WIRING - the paint is normally Black and when the REMOTE is pushed, the orange flames pop out - then, in the sun, the paint goes to orange with black flames as it reaches 91 degrees. (See pictures). The 12V immediately heats the windshield defroster tape that is in the primer (we can change any color to any other color at any temp from 0 to 150 degrees) we can supply paint only or the finished job.
So now we have a non Harley paint - bit by WEIGHT, part numbers, parts value, or any way you figure it and round off to nearest % you'll still be at 100% HD, and what few little screws or wire ends that aren't right are being changed to HD OEM American ASAP. The PRESENT fork stops are made from SuperGlide pegs and a Shovelhead fork tube. All foot rubbers etc. are Harley Hummer. The frame and engine cases, cylinder, and head got powdered and lots if the small stuff fell into a chrome vat.
The stock Muffler was so inefficient that its removal gave us a meaner sound and really no reduction in performance. With the gearing it has it can spin the tire nicely.
[Story & photos by Mac Chandler 2004]
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