CB750 No Plunger Hellride Freedom Machine

Hurco550

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alright, so now you gotta change out the seat or put high mid controls on so your knees match the rub marks lol

you cant look like a poser here

Added benefit, you can cut a hole in the seat and have a squatty potty.

 

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HURCO550 said:
alright, so now you gotta change out the seat or put high mid controls on so your knees match the rub marks lol

you cant look like a poser here

Added benefit, you can cut a hole in the seat and have a squatty potty.
Ha! I'm not moving the pegs from their stock location, so it may be a bit like that. I don't want forward controls. Although that thing looks like the pegs are raised.
 

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irk miller said:
Ha! I'm not moving the pegs from their stock location, so it may be a bit like that. I don't want forward controls. Although that thing looks like the pegs are raised.
Yeah those are called high mids. I've never cared for the looks but I'm led to believe it's for turning lean clearance... since Choppers are high performance handling machines and all

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HURCO550 said:
Yeah those are called high mids. I've never cared for the looks but I'm led to believe it's for turning lean clearance... since Choppers are high performance handling machines and all
"California Dyna Bros" love those high mids. Me, mids yes, high mids hell no.

You'll need to "shop your look" though....... ;)
 

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irk miller

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A little update on the front brake rig. A motor mount fit perfectly with just a little bend...




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I bobbed and shaved a Harley Softail rear fender.





Here’s what it looked like before for reference:




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The fender is officially mounted. Also running an old Harley tail light. The lens was pretty scratched, but a 1200 grit wet sand and Meguiar’s 105 hand rub later and it’s nice and shiny like new...








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I decided to mount the oil tank tight to the engine. Except now my stock feed line just slightly wont fit. It may not be an issue anyway if I run an oil cooler. I may run a cooler in the bottom of the frame behind the motor.


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Dayyyyyyum Eric, you get that thing done, we definitely need to go out for a ride around Augusta.

I like that bike. Good job.
 

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I'd vote yes to the oil cooler, you live in the south and it'll add room for a bit more oil than that little tank can hold. The oil cooler I added to my chop sure helps with summer oil temps.
 

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I ordered a cooler from a 2003 Eiger 400. A shot in the wind on size, so we'll have to see when it arrives. If it doesn't work for the chop, then it can go on my DR350 since they are fundamentally the same engine.
 

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I'm digging that 19" rear wheel
 

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