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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-17-2005, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
 
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Custom 2003 VTR1000F Super Hawk

I just finished this bike for a customer.

The mods are extensive.

Here is a link to the web gallery of images.

We call it the SuperDUC with its Ducati 999 mirrors and Monster tail light.

http://ctsmoto.com/Rides/dans%20imag...00F/Album1.htm

Tell me what you like and don't like about it.

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That is amazing man.. There are so many things on there that would look good on my bike.. which happens to be the same bike, blue superhawk What does a full custom job like that cost, ballpark?

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$5800.

Shark Skin lower
Preadtor tail
Ducati Monster tail light
integrated signal pegs
Jardine high mount pipes
Jet hot coated headers
Custom fabricated sub frame
Dynojet jet kit
Custom fabricated upper fairing brace
Ducati 999 mirrors with integrated signals
Custom cut rotors
SS braided brake and clutch lines with blue fittings
Pazzo Racing shorty levers with blue adjusters
Motowizard preload adjusters
Custom aluminum diamond plate undertail
Custom paint by Jim at Xtreme Kreations
Custom seats by Seat Works of Sacramento.

Lots more I just can't remember right now.

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Very nice indeed. Those levers look great! Pazzo, I'll have to look into them.

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I am a Pazzo Dealer. Email me for a quote.

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post #6 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-17-2005, 04:46 PM
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Looks great, Mike.
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Will do! After Xmas though of course

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post #8 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-17-2005, 07:52 PM
 
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Daaayyuumm...that's real nice!!! I like the looks/style of the new body pieces,grafix are nice;not too flashy or too many colors,breaks up the lines and flows nicely,looks like a show bike but also very at home on the street every day;not just a bunch of polished everything! I'm predictin business will be pickin up for you guys...one thing tho'...you gotta take them factory"warning" stickers off the swing arm,and wherever else they may be
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Can you believe he wanted me to leave those on?

Crazy.

Next time he is not looking I am gona rip em off and put one of my Vinyl logos there

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It looks good... what made you go with diamond plate on the undertail!




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Looks great! Doesn't look "custom". Everything looks like it should be there except the diamond plate undertail. Not crazy about that but thats personal preference. Some type of matte finish would be better under there for me. Really sweet looking ride.
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Now that is a sweet custom sportbike.!!!
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It looks good... what made you go with diamond plate on the undertail!
He struggled for a long time to come up with an undertail design that he liked that didn't look like every other untertail on the road.

So I suggested the polished diamond plate. I had never seen it before on a sportbike but I always wanted to try it. I had some in the shop I use for skid plates so I made a pattern and cut one out. A few bends later and the customer fell in love with it.

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Yeah I like that you/him tried somin new and different. You see ALOT of that in the custom chopper/cruiser arena but not nearly as much with the sportbikes!




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Now that is a sweet custom sportbike.!!!

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post #16 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-19-2005, 10:02 AM
 
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Thats how a custom job should look like...proper and clean. no extreme fancy BS. Love the paintjob too. Stylish, not plain, yet simple and clean. Excellent job
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i am in looove with those mirrors! they look great. like the diamondplate undertail too. very innovative idea. good job.
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Yeah I like that you/him tried somin new and different. You see ALOT of that in the custom chopper/cruiser arena but not nearly as much with the sportbikes!
That's because its heavy.

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Nice bike, the high pipes and diamond plate undertail is sweet. But the warning stickers on the swingarm got to go.
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