Go Sportsters

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Bloodweiser, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. Shooter1

    Shooter1 Been here awhile

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    This '95 is a nice one too. You fookers are makin' me want another Sporty.
  2. Ginger Beard

    Ginger Beard I have no soul

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    Hey kite,

    Sign up to imageshack or another free hosting site. Easy peasy.
  3. scootertrash

    scootertrash Mobile Homie

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    Same here I have a '01 Roadking since new and I have been looking at Sportys too. I had a brand new 883 Deluxe in 1992, I really miss the compact hot rod nature of these scoots. I like the new 48 a lot, great starting point for a bobber..
  4. 83XLX

    83XLX Been here awhile

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    Looks much better than the stock Thunderheader. :clap
  5. johnwesley

    johnwesley wanta be

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    Thanks man I like the performance and the mod was easy if you can weld
  6. victory80

    victory80 Adventurer

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  7. dpetersak

    dpetersak Adventurer

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    A Sportster was born to go places, and pavement is optional.

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  8. johnwesley

    johnwesley wanta be

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    Looking good did you figure out your side stand yet?
  9. dpetersak

    dpetersak Adventurer

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    Not yet. I bought one on ebay for a KLX, but its still heading north on the barge. I'm going to try mounting it where you mounted yours.
  10. SGrider

    SGrider 376 miles to Chicago

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    Are those forks off a supermoto?
  11. dpetersak

    dpetersak Adventurer

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    They're WP forks off a KTM EXC 450. The springs are cut and spacers removed, so they're lowered a bit over 2 inches.
  12. rs42sport

    rs42sport Been here awhile

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    What is the charging output of a 1200 for accessories??? Would I be able to run Clearwater Kristas??
  13. Blakebird

    Blakebird r-u-n-n-o-f-t

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    at a glance it looks like 38A (494w at 13v). You should be fine running accessories, not a bad idea to install a voltage meter and keep an eye on it. You might turn things down/off at idle at stoplights
  14. cycowrencher

    cycowrencher harley ridin puke.

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  15. s&s

    s&s Been here awhile

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    Almost there but still little something to do before I'm ready for the season.
  16. merc16

    merc16 Been here awhile

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    Nice S&S ! Who makes those rear sets ?
  17. slowoldguy

    slowoldguy Tire Tester

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    Snick. Snick. :) Thank you Mr. H.
  18. bdonley

    bdonley Been here awhile

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    Nice redo... Classic, but not over the top......
  19. s&s

    s&s Been here awhile

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    Thanks :) Rearsets are from LSL. If I'd have to choose again, I'd go for chainsikle reverse pattern... (I have their reverse pattern shifter peg anyway.)

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  20. s&s

    s&s Been here awhile

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    Thanks :1drink I'm trying to make it joy to ride and keep the looks close to stock... When using aftermarket parts, I like to go for the proven classics like s&s air cleaner and supertrapp exhaust. Ohlins are exception to the rule since I really dig their stuff.