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Old 01-14-2013, 09:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey folks. for those of you living in New Orleans or those of you who will be visiting during the superbowl i just wanted to show you a fender i call Fire done for a fellow warrior owner from that area who is not a forum member. If you are lucky enough to be in that area during the superbowl you just may see this Warrior Fire showing off his Kyle 260 rear end.

This is an OEM style fender that has been widened for a 260 and has been bobbed, has had the small gap at the end of the seat filled and has had 3 dimensional fire blown out the back of the seat. these pics are of it in hot rod black primer as it is not the final painted product but since the owner is not a forum member it is the only way you will see it other than in person.
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Christo, this is awesome did you happen to get a pic from the rear showing the tail light and tire clearance?!
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3d fenders!...very cool ....

and also much strong ...did you actually the shape and fill or press it out somehow?...very very skillful
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Christo, this is awesome did you happen to get a pic from the rear showing the tail light and tire clearance?!
I have a 330 on my bike with a stretched swingarm so any pictures i take do not give the proper effect. Even though one of the pictures looks like the tire may fit under the fender it is just an optical illusion as the tire sticks out about 1.5 inches on either side of this fender Here are some pictures showing the LED setup - two strings of sidewinderz (radiantz) with integrated flashing functions with a fibreglass backing board behind the LEDS for protection

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the fender is made out of fibreglass
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Christok sir, you have got some crazy skills. If I could sketch or figure out what I want, I would be hot on the phone to you.

Still, anything is possible...
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Very nice work indeed!
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Lookin very good Chris!
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Really nice! How did you make that mold?
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Your a master Sir Christo
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:40 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Good work on that fender looks cool,but I think your going to have to stretch the frame or something to make that 330 work.that swing arm is crazy, you guys should have seen Christos face when he pulled it out of the box whish i had a pic
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