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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Bloodweiser, Dec 20, 2010.
Looks much better than the stock Thunderheader.
Thanks man I like the performance and the mod was easy if you can weld
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A Sportster was born to go places, and pavement is optional.
Looking good did you figure out your side stand yet?
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.
Are those forks off a supermoto?
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.
What is the charging output of a 1200 for accessories??? Would I be able to run Clearwater Kristas??
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
Almost there but still little something to do before I'm ready for the season.
Nice S&S ! Who makes those rear sets ?
Snick. Snick. :) Thank you Mr. H.
Nice redo... Classic, but not over the top......
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.)
Reason I chose LSL was the left side mounting bracket:
Thanks 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.
Here is the side view with new seat from Biltwell & 18" Sissy bar
I keep seeing bikes like this, and I'll have pull the batwing off and scrounge some lower bars. My first thought when I considered a Sportster was to cafe it.....
I happen to know where a set of bars off of a 2002 sport are :)