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Old 12th March 2012
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What all did you do to get them to fit right? I might call him within the week and see if he'll cook me up a set. Thanks man
Hey Tripp...when he originally posted the dimensions...the inside/base part of the handlebars was around 4.5"-5" I think. I made him widen it to 5.5" so it would fit right. Also...just a note...the handlebars didn't come dimpled or knurled. If you need that...he might do that for you. This is the main reason I relocated my switches. Yeah...let me know what comes out of it...kinda curious.
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Finally finished all my winter mods! Now its finally time to ride!


Hey cpracing....I still remember when you started posting the pics of the transition from your stock 48. Bike looks great...thanks for always posting pics.
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Hey just a few questions for you man,
First off is that the 3.8 or 2.6 tank. Second, can you at least tuck or hide the wires decently or is there no room to work underthere.

And maybe a few more pics
its a 3.4 I believe and it has a higher cap too, no this is properly frisco'd so I cant stuff anything under, which I like cuz now I HAVE to wire internally

check my thread out if you'd like http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/s...1383356&page=4
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damn you guys are makin those 48s look great
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its a 3.4 I believe and it has a higher cap too, no this is properly frisco'd so I cant stuff anything under, which I like cuz now I HAVE to wire internally

check my thread out if you'd like http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/s...1383356&page=4
Dang Idk if I have the cunning to wire my stuff inside the backbone, that sounds like a huge pain What do you think? I need a bigger tank for sturgis this year and this is one option, or I could go for a nightster tank which i dont really want to do. Is it something that is conquerable?
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Hey Tripp...when he originally posted the dimensions...the inside/base part of the handlebars was around 4.5"-5" I think. I made him widen it to 5.5" so it would fit right. Also...just a note...the handlebars didn't come dimpled or knurled. If you need that...he might do that for you. This is the main reason I relocated my switches. Yeah...let me know what comes out of it...kinda curious.
I'll see what I can get figured out because Id like to keep my controls stock. Im going to do some measuring tomorrow and see what I can cook up.
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Mods done till next winter. Enjoying the nice weather.

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Dang Idk if I have the cunning to wire my stuff inside the backbone, that sounds like a huge pain What do you think? I need a bigger tank for sturgis this year and this is one option, or I could go for a nightster tank which i dont really want to do. Is it something that is conquerable?
oh well you dont have to get this tank frisco'd, I chose it cuz i love the backbone and have a nice gap in there, but honestly wiring in the frame is just really time consuming, check out cosmos thread on it and read up before you decide
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MY 1st official Mod to my 48.

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Hey cpracing....I still remember when you started posting the pics of the transition from your stock 48. Bike looks great...thanks for always posting pics.
No problem, I love adding updated pictures on here!
Now that it's finally warming up here in Michigan I might be able to get the bike out of the garage. Finally will be able to ride it and gets some outdoor pictures later this week!
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