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eastcoastiron
3rd May 2005, 07:23
pOST ANY PICTURE OF THAT NICE SPORTY YOU OWN OR SAW SOMEWHERE AND WANNA SHARE WITH US--This is my favorite and started as a stock frame---I will chop mine like this after I buy my new Softail Standard :smoke

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/LarryW_sportsterwidetire3.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/LarryW_sportsterwidetire2.jpg

eastcoastiron
3rd May 2005, 07:40
heres in my eyes the nicest custom sporty on a borguet frame that the jig has been destroyed

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/8cc409cf.jpg


And a MC WORXS CHOPPER

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/sport15_gif.jpg

Nu Viking
3rd May 2005, 07:53
tobad the jig got destoyed not a bad looking ride. If I had seen that you started this thread I would not have stated my own. But anyhow check out Machinest dream for another bad ass looking sporty

eastcoastiron
3rd May 2005, 08:09
How about a link to that bike

Nu Viking
3rd May 2005, 08:24
I just took the photos at a car show a week ago and finaly got around to posting them tonite.
Dont worry I want to get ahold of the guy who built that motor and have a pot of coffey with the man. Im sure one would learn something from him over a pot of mild stimulant. then I well send more

Nu Viking
3rd May 2005, 08:26
Oh the place to look tonite is the post I put in , Machinest dream Shovelhead sportster. and dont worry I know there is no such thing as a shovelhead sportster made by the factory.

gronk62
3rd May 2005, 13:20
This is one of my favorite styles of bike. It would be what I would build if I could afford too..

http://www.zero-eng.com/RHimages/1_PG.jpg

And this is nice too with the springer front end..

http://www.zero-eng.com/RHimages/2_PG.jpg

eastcoastiron
3rd May 2005, 13:28
heres a couple of :smoke goodies

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/Cincinnati_sportster.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/sweetness.bmp
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/sport29_jpg.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/sporty2.jpg

jag1
3rd May 2005, 14:02
Heres a couple.
http://www.zoo.co.uk/~z0006413/top-shelf-009.jpg

http://www.performancemachine.com/pages/pastProject/toddrod/todd-bike9.jpg

Moved On
3rd May 2005, 16:31
I'm with Gronk, that Zero Engineering frame is the best!!!

Gazza

XLFREAK
3rd May 2005, 16:35
http://www.antigeek.com/LABE/images/IMG_2880.jpg

eastcoastiron
4th May 2005, 06:14
Any one like the Red Neck sporty frames???

img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/BUELLS-03.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/streetfighter.bmp
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/sport12_gif.jpg

eastcoastiron
4th May 2005, 06:20
Couple more

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/ss1.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/DSC00014.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/ss1.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/sport42_jpg.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/sport16_gif.jpg



Heres my little angel in her gear
img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/AMAZINGJENNA016.jpg

engine
6th May 2005, 02:28
Heres a couple.
http://www.zoo.co.uk/~z0006413/top-shelf-009.jpg

maybe in a few years I want to go that route with mine. But I'll have a skinnier tire up front.

but this one is pretty cool for a basically stock bike save for the springer (which looks like a Denver's springer). Solid rear struts, frisco mount tank, chopped rear fender...
http://www.clubchopper.com/photopost/data/500/235150picture.jpg

eastcoastiron
6th May 2005, 02:47
Man I thought I was the only Jackass that used the pass pegs as my own---Thats a sweet ride bro,what exactly did you do to the frame---my buddy did same thing I believe,Ill post when Im at Home Base----what rear tire ,Stock :shhhh :smoke ,Springer looks badass ,who makes headlight???

engine
6th May 2005, 22:04
That ain't mine...though I wish it was. I have no Idea who that guy is. I got the pic from another guy online. THe frame looks to be stock, he just moved the ignition coul to the top motor mount, and "frisco-mounted" the tank (level with the top tube). I thought the springer was a Paugcho, but looking at it more closely, the rocker forks are more rounded, looks like a Denver's Springer or one from Freddie's Frames. Looks like Choppers Inc V-bars, grips and risers. Headlight could be a Ness product. But that's what I gather from the picture...

eastcoastiron
7th May 2005, 01:34
That ain't mine...though I wish it was. I have no Idea who that guy is. I got the pic from another guy online. THe frame looks to be stock, he just moved the ignition coul to the top motor mount, and "frisco-mounted" the tank (level with the top tube). I thought the springer was a Paugcho, but looking at it more closely, the rocker forks are more rounded, looks like a Denver's Springer or one from Freddie's Frames. Looks like Choppers Inc V-bars, grips and risers. Headlight could be a Ness product. But that's what I gather from the picture...
wow a human parts catolog :smoke That frame had a downtube streach for sure----my buddy did that also---

thatbikerguy
7th May 2005, 02:09
Sweet!!!! :smoke

engine
7th May 2005, 02:26
wow a human parts catolog :smoke That frame had a downtube streach for sure----my buddy did that also---
I don't think so, man! If it had any stretch, it's only an inch...and if you do that, why so little? Look at a pic of my bike with the tank and ign coil removed. There's a lot of room between the front cyl and fork neck. It's all illusion...
http://www.clubchopper.com/photopost/data/500/235118_1812-med.JPG

Takingabreak
7th May 2005, 03:01
Hey Engine....

What type of seat is that on your?

engine
7th May 2005, 03:06
Hey Engine....

What type of seat is that on your?
It's a Drag Specialties. Came with the bike, so I don't know the part number. I can look in my DS catalog to see if I can find it.

Takingabreak
7th May 2005, 03:07
I have the DS cat on disc.

Thanks.

engine
7th May 2005, 03:15
I think it's DS-911105B
http://cache.widen.com/fatbook/images/products/M/Q/6/T/MQ6TI2HGRR1C1MC8EWCUZJG4-m.jpg

I'm also thinking of getting a Bare-Bones solo, too.

eastcoastiron
7th May 2005, 04:07
Maybe your right ,here is a 2 or 3 " up streach--we cut the frame downtubes-heated the backbone right infront of the seat--let the jack down to spread it till it was were we wanted it and welded in some tubing---I personally think it needed a backbone streach as well but this was the easiest and cheapest way out--cost like 30 bucks for tubing and $ :smoke :clap :bump 120 for longer tubes--- :tour

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/2217565.jpg

engine
7th May 2005, 15:27
wow...how does it ride? That's crazy doing it that way. it does need about 1-2" backbone stretch. I think the rule of thumb is 1" backbone for every 2" downtube stretch, for traditional "chopper" frames.

eastcoastiron
7th May 2005, 15:32
the rule of thumb is as long as the trail is in specs your ok----this rides wonderful :clap it has 5 degree trees

Maluku
9th May 2005, 10:35
pOST ANY PICTURE OF THAT NICE SPORTY YOU OWN OR SAW SOMEWHERE AND WANNA SHARE WITH US--This is my favorite and started as a stock frame---I will chop mine like this after I buy my new Softail Standard :smoke

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/LarryW_sportsterwidetire3.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v421/POPASICKBOY/LarryW_sportsterwidetire2.jpg


:eek:

How did he alter the frame? i see a different swingarm.. and... he gutted the old oil tank/reserve space thingy for a lower seating position?

eastcoastiron
9th May 2005, 11:20
I wish I new for certain---Im looking to buy a frame to do it

Rayk
9th May 2005, 16:33
Hai Maluku ,what a nice bike.....
Greetings from Raymond.

Rayk
9th May 2005, 16:38
Hai Maluku ,what a nice bike.....
Greetings from Raymond.
Please send me more pics.,to my mail adres.