Seems to me that that's a lot of work and money into a bike if you don't get out there and enjoy it on the road for a while......especially, with all the interesting changes that will, I would suspect, appeal to only a few if one's aim was to sell it after 10 miles. Of course, there may be more to the story. I wonder how hard braking might be with those dual discs and the handlebars and that front end........could be exciting.
something is weird about this. ten miles? only $5800?
Into the distance a ribbon of black Stretched to the point of no turning back A flight of fancy on a windswept field Standing alone my senses reeled A fatal attraction is holding me fast how How can I escape this irresistible grasp?
That elec start and belt drive conversion have been avail since '69 Google Quiet Power Drive He is a wealth of information. Last year we priced the conversion out at 3800..you have to send him your cases. Its 5k for a shop to do it all These systens work perfect
That bike is a bargain. The rest of the work is moot
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wow, sounds like an old ladies convention! lol with all that whining and sniveling about a bike that looks pretty good. Who Knows? maybe its worth a look, Maybe he assembled it to sell it, I know I have built a few to just sell. Maybe he really does want a sportster
Ok, my turn to snivel: Why would anyone build a bike that's 99% purposeful and performance-oriented, and put ape-hanger handlebars on it?
Triton Thrasher's comment resonates with me. It's hard to get a lot of money for custom work; most folks who want a custom bike want to do the customizing themselves. The joy is in the doing, not in the having.