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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-18-2007, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hot Rod bike pics for dnyce

As requested, here are pics of my hot rod I built a few yrs. back.







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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-18-2007, 01:11 PM
 
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are the pipes ceramic coated?
its a sporty motor, but is the frame custom or you just reworked the stock one?
100" s&s, andrews cams, all the goodies?
braided lines look gd on the engine, real clean setup-what kinda carb is that, looks like its got thunderjets or something
the front wheellooks like its 17", thats dif
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are the pipes ceramic coated?
its a sporty motor, but is the frame custom or you just reworked the stock one?
100" s&s, andrews cams, all the goodies?
braided lines look gd on the engine, real clean setup-what kinda carb is that, looks like its got thunderjets or something
the front wheellooks like its 17", thats dif
Pipes are jet coated. Frame is a Rowe Rubbermount: www.rowemachine.com
The engine was built from scratch by Carls Speed Shop in Daytona Carls Cams.
Andrews back cut gears, Bandit clutch. The carb is a Carls Typhoon billet carb. Machined out of 1 chunk of alum! Wheels are RC components.
Engine alone cost me 15K
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post #4 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-18-2007, 01:25 PM
 
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hp/tq?

i like that carb
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hp/tq?

i like that carb
Never had it on the dyno believe it or not. Carl claimed it would make 135 RWH... It will do 1st and 2nd gear wheelies with a twist of the throttle.
Look at the shif mechanism. I have rearsets so I can shift either foward or from the rearset. see them?
I have a ton of 1 off billet pcs. on it. I am in the machine shop buisness.
The carb was 875.00 before chrome!! LOL
I got my Busa and now this just sits in my garage. Shame isn't it???
I'd sell it FOR THE RIGHT PRICE.
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control setup is sweet, i glanced at it, wrote it off as a custom heel/toe shifter at 1st. you do good work

machinist you say? hmmm, mite have to hit you up for some stuff





edit-theres a huge close up of the shifter, idk how i missed that
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control setup is sweet, i glanced at it, wrote it off as a custom heel/toe shifter at 1st. you do good work

machinist you say? hmmm, mite have to hit you up for some stuff





edit-theres a huge close up of the shifter, idk how i missed that
So when using the rears, clicking "down" on the shifter actually upshifts!

you ever get the hint this is our little thread here?? LOL
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So when using the rears, clicking "down" on the shifter actually upshifts!

you ever get the hint this is our little thread here?? LOL
and you just opened it up for a gay joke

j/k, but yea, this a majority sportbike crowd with the exception of a few individuals, but the majority of members here appreciate the creativity, skill, and patience it takes to build any bike. thats why this place is cool
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and you just opened it up for a gay joke

j/k, but yea, this a majority sportbike crowd with the exception of a few individuals, but the majority of members here appreciate the creativity, skill, and patience it takes to build any bike. thats why this place is cool
LOL... Dumb azz I am!
People cant understand how I can have a hot rod like that and never drive it. For the longest time, I was Harley everything. Then I heard about the Busa, and just had to have one. I never knew what the sportbike thingy was like. Call it ignorance, but now I cant get enough of it. Nothing better than hanging a corner doing 80 knowing that the bike was built for it!
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That thing is pretty badass! Nice work... and I'm sure it was lots of it...

I dig the whole shifter setup. Pretty slick.... regular shift when in cruiser position, GP shift when on the rearsets... don't get confused!!!!

I'm gonna switch my bike to gp shift this weekend.
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That thing is pretty badass! Nice work... and I'm sure it was lots of it...

I dig the whole shifter setup. Pretty slick.... regular shift when in cruiser position, GP shift when on the rearsets... don't get confused!!!!

I'm gonna switch my bike to gp shift this weekend.

Where in Boston are ya? I'm 20 minutes North. Peabody Ma.
I did the paint too. all House of Kolor urethane, All Heliarc welds on the frame are moulded too.
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Nice bike.

I know a decent amount about Carl's Speed Shop... I know alot of guys that go there. As well as Tampa Big Dog that does alot with them. the funny thing about his little carb... he claims all this stuff about it over the S&S Super G even if your G has thunderjets... but then he shows off one of his bikes and its got a Mikuni. Kinda a strange.... one of my dog riders here met Carl and gave me that story..

Nice bike either way...

Why the dual foot controls?

Is that suppose to be a oil cooler on the downtube?

What's the scoop with the filter near the swingarm on the left side?

And what's up with the stainless braided tube loop under the carb from each head bolt next to the carb?

And please tell me that carb isn't just hanging off the intake...




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I approve.
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Nice bike.

I know a decent amount about Carl's Speed Shop... I know alot of guys that go there. As well as Tampa Big Dog that does alot with them. the funny thing about his little carb... he claims all this stuff about it over the S&S Super G even if your G has thunderjets... but then he shows off one of his bikes and its got a Mikuni. Kinda a strange.... one of my dog riders here met Carl and gave me that story..

Nice bike either way...

Why the dual foot controls?

Is that suppose to be a oil cooler on the downtube?

What's the scoop with the filter near the swingarm on the left side?

And what's up with the stainless braided tube loop under the carb from each head bolt next to the carb?

And please tell me that carb isn't just hanging off the intake...
Dual foot controls to be a little different
Yes oil cooler. Looks ugly but works really good. Motor runs real hot without it.
The filter is for the trans. vent/breather tube
No, the carb is not just hanging there.... I'm not a hack!
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Where in Boston are ya? I'm 20 minutes North. Peabody Ma.
I did the paint too. all House of Kolor urethane, All Heliarc welds on the frame are moulded too.
I live in Boston proper, right in Back Bay. My uncle lives up near you, in Beverly. My folks live in Wayland, which is where I grew up. I'm in the process of building a garage out there at their office building for bike storage and doing maintenance.

We should do a nice fall ride before it gets too cold. There are a couple other ma$$holes on here.
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Dual foot controls to be a little different
Yes oil cooler. Looks ugly but works really good. Motor runs real hot without it.
The filter is for the trans. vent/breather tube
No, the carb is not just hanging there.... I'm not a hack!
Sweet on all counts...

as you can tell I'm into that stuff...




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Trying to remember who used that same color for their engine blocks back in the 60's and 70's

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they make the one i posted in a strap on version
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I'd like the bike better if it didn't have the flames... just my

good looking bike though
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