Bike of the Month contender Part 2

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JFleck

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Well, Finally, here's the pics . . .

My bike is for the most part done. The motor runs great the bike rolls VERY WELL . . .

Before the pics, Here's a list of
CHANGES/UPGRADES

Bicycle Parts:
NEW -
chrome forks,
pedals,
sprocket,
headlight,
kickstand,

Motorcycle Parts:
Indian front fenders,
(one put on the rear, front cut out an inch and rewelded)
Indian tank decals,
Indian head marker light,
Harley chopper seat,
Tail light,
Fork saddlebag,

Misc. Parts:
Fabricated side skirts for fenders, rivited on,
Fabricated controller box under seat,
Fabricated kickstand mount,
Ammo cans mounted for batteries,
LED lighting for tail bullets and down lighting,
48V electric hub motor(Thanks Roland!),
Modified throtle with my own hand grips,
Mounted ignition key in seat box,
Rattle can paint job,

I think thats it . . .

BEFORE


AFTER













Well, there it is . . . hope everyone enjoys . . .
I even got a little hottie posing in
the backround on that last pic . . .

Take Care All!!
 
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gone_fishin

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from a fellow MBc member...what a totally groovy build, JFleck, the bike rocks!!!

(and from an Mbc volunteer...a most excellent post!)
 

azbill

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very nice clean professional looking build
love that seat, thinking my deviate :)
where did you get it ?
 
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azvinnie

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jfleck nice fu**ing ride, like all the fab work you did, one of a kind for sure.
just wanted to ask, how do you like the electric hub, is it worth the cash or not?
im interested in one, and how much work did blaze do on this bike? lol
 
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J

JFleck

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First Azvinnie,
Blaze did no work on this bike,
all tho he is the person that showed me the electric hubs.
I was originally planning on putting a gas
motor on this but was hesitant. The electric hub is the way to go,
for me anyways. The one thing I didn't like at all about the gas is the
noise. but it doesn't go as fast as a gas,
so I guess it depends on what you want . . .

Azkronic,
almost all the parts I bought either from Ebay or
J&P Cycles in Anamosa, IA . . . http://www.jpcycles.com/
They have the largest selection of motorcycle parts I have seen.
That seat I got on Ebay for I think $50 . . .

Augi,
Thanks for the comments . . .

Take Care All,
 
J

JFleck

Guest
Tom said:
That is clean! When are you going to enter it for BOM?
How do I do that?
I thought just putting up pictures was enough?

Let me know please . . .
 
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mrsaxman99

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hey just to make life a little easier...replace those pics with these resized ones...~70KB instead of ~1.2MB












 
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