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Old 11-08-2012, 05:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default hellraisers warrior - a little bit special :-D

This is my warrior, it was original as i get it. now i`m customizing it during this winter... i`ll show here pictures about it.

It is a 2003 model with the first registration in 2005 with about 17000 miles. The seat was taken because of a low battery. Mounted was the original seat for 2 persons.



Then i fixed a Yamaha Handlebar with Kellermann Indicator lights, a Corbin Solo Seat, LED Indicator Lights in the back and a Miller 2-2 Exhaust System for good Sound (not as good as yours in America :-( )
Even some of the silver parts was painted in black. And some Service Works: new Oil, new Tires and somethin like this.





After that i fixed a Thunderbike Forward Control. Very nice looking and excellent quality!





And today, i got my rear fender. This is the first picture with the new fenders, in front you can se a lowandmean reaper Fender. The rear fender is a custom chrome roll your own. I`m waiting of my baron lowering kit, so we can begin to customize it.



When it goes forward, i will show pictures!

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Old 11-08-2012, 07:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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looks like you got a good start on it man! can't wait to see how that rear fender turns out, should match the front nicely...
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Old 11-08-2012, 07:52 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Indeed, very nice work. I like those forward controls, very tidy.....

Keep the pics coming...

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Old 11-08-2012, 08:06 AM   #4 (permalink)
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good start. one thing about the warrior you can always find something to mod. the exhaust looks different and you should have lots of ground clearance with it
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Old 11-08-2012, 10:07 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I am interested in your forward controls. How much are they and can you get a closer pic of them. Thanks.
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they are from thunderbike here in germany, they have 3 versions of them, price begins at 659,- Euros...

you can find it here: Thunderbike Harley-Davidson Niederrhein - Custombikes, Zubehr & Roadhouse
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they are from thunderbike here in germany, they have 3 versions of them, price begins at 659,- Euros...

you can find it here: Thunderbike Harley-Davidson Niederrhein - Custombikes, Zubehr & Roadhouse
They look pretty good. Do they differ from the stock controls much as far as where they are located? Just curious cause i have not seen these before.
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Love those Miller Exhausts. Not a fan of the exhast wrap. But, the Millers I've seen usually have the Super Trapp mufflers. Nice work
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Welcome to the forum!!! Looking good, keep us posted with your progress!
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you've done a lot of work to it already and it was looking great {also not a fan of the exhaust wrap but apparently it's "hip" these days} and then i saw that rear fender. herr, UGH ! ! i'm getting visions of "Hogan's Heroes" with a side car. welcome to the forum. and don't take it seriously.
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