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This how the beast was two years ago before I put it on the lift.
It only had Bub jug huggers, AIS block off, Yammi tall risers and drag bars, Kuryakyn ISO grips, Mako chin spoiler, power commander. And a big dent in the left side of tank.

Everything was removed other then Motor, and drive train.

Lets start at the front, I obtained some Chrome triple tree's From Gilly( thank you to him) to clean up the front. Chrome fork covers V-Factor head light, Adjure led turn/running lights, with load eq. The bottom of the fork legs were painted gloss black, and calipers were also painted gloss black with VHT caliper paint, Custom made light bracket I drew up and Christok( thank you to him) made it for me.
Sourced 3an brake lines from local parts store to build DIY front lines witch I covered with clear shrink tube. New Caroline super sweep drag bars, Also AllanH's laser cut SS relocation brackets.
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]and 1-1/2" Milwaukie twins risers Kuyakyn p clamps to hold speedo as bars hide speedo. Tachometer was relocated to a new cover.
[[/ATTACH] P1010074.jpg P1010068.jpg [/ATTACH] not pictured yet is low and mean front fender, as it still needs to be pained.
Will continue to up date this thread.
 

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This how the beast was two years ago before I put it on the lift.
It only had Bub jug huggers, AIS block off, Yammi tall risers and drag bars, Kuryakyn ISO grips, Mako chin spoiler, power commander. And a big dent in the left side of tank.

Everything was removed other then Motor, and drive train.

Lets start at the front, I obtained some Chrome triple tree's From Gilly( thank you to him) to clean up the front. Chrome fork covers V-Factor head light, Adjure led turn/running lights, with load eq. The bottom of the fork legs were painted gloss black, and calipers were also painted gloss black with VHT caliper paint, Custom made light bracket I drew up and Christok( thank you to him) made it for me.
Sourced 3an brake lines from local parts store to build build DIY front lines witch I covered[ATTA with clear shrink tube. New Caroline super sweep drag bars,
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]and 1-1/2" Milwaukie twins risers Kuyakyn p clamps to hold speedo as bars hide speedo. Tachometer was relocated to a new cover.
[[/ATTACH] View attachment 134274 View attachment 134290 [/ATTACH] not pictured yet is low and mean front fender, as it still needs to be pained.
Will continue to up date this thread.
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Here is the light mount I had made, only it is out of 1/2' angle so the portion that the light bolts to is 1/2" not 3/4"
 

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Here are a couple more mods to my build DIY neck inserts, DIY re fab of tag mount to and custom bracket and and replacement of stock brake reservoir. And my DIY tank graphics.
 

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This how the beast was two years ago before I put it on the lift.
It only had Bub jug huggers, AIS block off, Yammi tall risers and drag bars, Kuryakyn ISO grips, Mako chin spoiler, power commander. And a big dent in the left side of tank.

Everything was removed other then Motor, and drive train.

Lets start at the front, I obtained some Chrome triple tree's From Gilly( thank you to him) to clean up the front. Chrome fork covers V-Factor head light, Adjure led turn/running lights, with load eq. The bottom of the fork legs were painted gloss black, and calipers were also painted gloss black with VHT caliper paint, Custom made light bracket I drew up and Christok( thank you to him) made it for me.
Sourced 3an brake lines from local parts store to build DIY front lines witch I covered with clear shrink tube. New Caroline super sweep drag bars, Also AllanH's laser cut SS relocation brackets.
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]and 1-1/2" Milwaukie twins risers Kuyakyn p clamps to hold speedo as bars hide speedo. Tachometer was relocated to a new cover.
[[/ATTACH] View attachment 134274 View attachment 134290 [/ATTACH] not pictured yet is low and mean front fender, as it still needs to be pained.
Will continue to up date this thread.
20160809_090327.jpg I also added 2" headwinds driving lights.
 

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On to the left side clean up, I had purchased Kelvins motor mount then decided to move the coils to the side , so I had to fab up a new motor mount, and wanted something different than the ugly stock mount. so I bought a motor mount for a Harley thinking it might work, but no such luck. But it was useful in making a template from, and I was able to tweek it so it fit. so this is what I came up with.
 

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They look awesome. I want to do this with diamond plate metal inserts. I'm a little nervous about drilling holes in the neck though lol

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They look awesome. I want to do this with diamond plate metal inserts. I'm a little nervous about drilling holes in the neck though lol

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I see no issue in doing so, and it is vary thick in this area. There has been some discussion on this, and other members have cut 1-1/2" holes for internal wiring and have had zero issues. Also you do not have to use as many holes as I have, I just thought it looked a little more symmetrical like this, and I used thicker stainless so I wanted to be sure they never came off.
 

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I see no issue in doing so, and it is vary thick in this area. There has been some discussion on this, and other members have cut 1-1/2" holes for internal wiring and have had zero issues. Also you do not have to use as many holes as I have, I just thought it looked a little more symmetrical like this, and I used thicker stainless so I wanted to be sure they never came off.
One other question... how did you do the left side? From what I can tell my left side has a hook that hold cables. Did you cut out a square for the hook to come through?

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One other question... how did you do the left side? From what I can tell my left side has a hook that hold cables. Did you cut out a square for the hook to come through?

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The brackets are removable and both sides are identical, so once you have your insets installed you can put the bracket back on.
 

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On to the left side clean up, I had purchased Kelvins motor mount then decided to move the coils to the side , so I had to fab up a new motor mount, and wanted something different the the ugly stock mount. so I bought a motor mount for a Harley thinking it might work, but no such luck. But it was useful in making a template from, and I was able to tweek it so it fit. so this is what I cam up with.
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To the left side clan up, I had seen a member that had to replace his jiffy tight dry brake because it had rubbed on something ruining it, So I have made a simple bracket, and modified one of the front brake line clamps to hold the fuel line from bouncing around and vibrating. after eight months of not being able too work on the beast, I am finally in better health too get stuff done.
 

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So I would like to put a special thanks out to all the members for the great ideas that I took advantage of in doing my build,I would also like to thank Churc for the VBAK, Chirstok for the tach housing and chin spoiler, Gilly for the chromed trees, with out those parts my bike wouldn't look as amaizing as it turned out. And also all the members that helped me in getting a new battery and charger. also a big shout out to Arizonawarrior. Once i figure out how to get pictures,and vid from my phone to post on the sight I will update this thread.
 
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