Dinah's running, still more customization to go...

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by enriquez, Oct 29, 2007.

  1. enriquez

    enriquez Guest

    Hello everyone,

    I just finished my first build today. I used a Dyno Roadster that I picked up for only $75. All the chrome parts are rusted pretty badly, but as money permits new wheels, fork, as well as installing lights, horn, and a battery will be on the way. I also want to cut down the fenders that came with it to a more bobber style back fender and shorter front as well. I plan on getting a chopper fork with a disc brake in the near future. I rode around for the first time today. Aside from vibration at low speeds it's really smooth! I'm hoping that the engine will run even smoother after broken in. I'll try to get more higher quality pics and post later on.

    _Scott
     

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  2. Barret

    Barret Guest

    Scott - VERY nice! I love the look of your lowrider, and hopefully someday I'll own one, too.... :cool:
     
  3. Alaskavan

    Alaskavan Guest

    Hi Scott, Looks like a nice start. You might try just painting those rims and spokes. It'd look better than rust.

    P.S. You ought to post something in the Introduce Yourself area.
     
  4. iRide Customs

    iRide Customs Member

    Cool! I like those Roadsters...done a couple myself.

    Dan
     
  5. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    nice build !!! :D
    I like the way you used the tensioner on bike chain to clear engine
    could we get a pic of front motor mount ?
     
  6. Could We Get A Picture Of The Engine Drive Side...
     
  7. enriquez

    enriquez Guest

    I'm working with someone on a custom mount, I'll post pics after I have this new custom mount on. I'm looking forward to getting it all put together!

    _Scott
     
  8. that's real purty.
     
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