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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-21-2007, 12:41 PM Thread Starter
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A 'different' Fat Tire Chopper

Somebody else will have to embedded cause I'm at work and websense hates youtube..

Look at this monster... or should I say monstrocity!!

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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-21-2007, 12:48 PM
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I dig it.

250 LiFan motor though...

That thing needs an S&S 121 X-Wedge!!!
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That **** is awesome. Its always cool to see some crazy designs

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That **** is awesome. Its always cool to see some crazy designs
Wow... I figured you'd be the first one to bash it...
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Wow... I figured you'd be the first one to bash it...
Haha nah if its just another carbon copy chopper or gayed out sport bike i'll be happy to bash. But that was built from the ground up and i can appreciate the hard work that he had to put in it to make something unique even if it is crazy

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Haha nah if its just another carbon copy chopper or gayed out sport bike i'll be happy to bash. But that was built from the ground up and i can appreciate the hard work that he had to put in it to make something unique even if it is crazy
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Haha nah if its just another carbon copy chopper or gayed out sport bike i'll be happy to bash. But that was built from the ground up and i can appreciate the hard work that he had to put in it to make something unique even if it is crazy




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I dig it.

250 LiFan motor though...

That thing needs an S&S 121 X-Wedge!!!
I was trying to figure out what motor it was....

But yeah a 124" X-wedge would be sweet!!!




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looks a bit hard to handle. wild concept though. i'd love to see a burnout with that thing.
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looks a bit hard to handle. wild concept though. i'd love to see a burnout with that thing.
If ya look closely when he revs it up and dumps it, I think he was trying to do burn outs. but That MASSIVE tire was just pushing the skinny, its locked up and just sliding in the vid. But props to building something different.
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.....built from the ground up and i can appreciate the hard work that he had to put in it to make something unique even if it is crazy
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Id love to crawl around it for the engineering of it.
But, I still dont think I want that much mass under my butt on the hwy.
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Very cool concept, the work that went into that must've been a beotch! It needs a busa motor at minimum to make up for the giant tire.
I was amazed he managed to lean on the edge of that huge thing.
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I still dont think I want that much mass under my butt on the hwy.
That's not what you said last night.

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Look at this monster... or should I say monstrocity!!

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Dude imagine the roadkill you could make with that bad boy?!?


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That's not what you said last night.

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post #17 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-22-2007, 07:44 PM
 
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that thing calls for a COUPLE 124 X wedge motors in it connected together, and a substantially larger front tire. but I think it looks really cool just because, well it does.
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Very cool concept, the work that went into that must've been a beotch! It needs a busa motor at minimum to make up for the giant tire.
I was amazed he managed to lean on the edge of that huge thing.

That's not what you said last night.

OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHSICKBURN!!!!!!!!1111ONEONE ONE

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Im just not as funny as you.

So Ill use these lil guys.
take that.
Now go wash my car like a good lil girl.
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handles like crap, massive rear tire, one off engineering-thats the bomb diggity!! i want one-cept with a 160 c.i. v-twin! go big or go home!

id probably put a big wrinkle wall goodyear slick on the back too, that'd look badass
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