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Despite the bad weather, I took my Night Demon out for a 100miles ride and in my way back I stopped by my brother in law house to show off. He is a passionate rider also but due to Vertigo sickness he had to stop riding. With medication things are getting better and he plans to get a bike soon. I'm working on it so he gets a Warrior also. Here are some pics from the ride.


I just arrived to my brother in law house.





The Night Demon





The other side





Who cares about the bad weather when you ride an amazing machine?
Bad weather is not a show stopper!





Switch that beast off





Showing off the Demon to my brother in law





Seat off and Tricky Air Ride to the bottom.
I rode it bottomed for the entire trip, just to make sure no contact is made with the fender, in any situation.





Parking the Demon into driveway. That "thang" is heavy!





OK, doing it in the proper order: Switch first, than the key contact.






Soaked but relax





I know, Adidas is not Sidi... but is crazy to run high boots in summer time!
I was getting ready to leave, after one hour of relaxing with my sister and brother in law.





Hmm is that a spot under the bike, oil leak?
I was wondering if there are any leaks near the thermostat sandwich... No, everything is good!





I just wiped the seat from the excess water...





Getting ready to leave...





"OK, I'm listening." My brother in law is a very good mechanic.
He was giving me the usual engine tips, heh.





Turning the GPS on, on my mobile.





My sister closing up on the Punisher skull.





OK, time to align for flight departure.





**** mirror is lose,not in the moodfor a quick fix, I wanted to leave.






Leaving...


 

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bike turned out real nice. good luck on that oil leak...man i hate riding in the rain but i cant seem to get more then 30 minutes from my house without it raining on me.
 

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sweet ride.....i would hate to have to clean it after riding in the wet stuff, but yeah, it would be hard to stay off of that rbike.
 

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Tech, your bike came out real nice. I have those same mirrors and they always move. I switch them out with the stockers from time to time.
 

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yellowbee said:
Your bike is lookin sick bro! ****, that's a low seat hight! So did the rear fender make any contact at all? Ride pretty rough with it slammed?
Actually, I was surprised how comfortable the ride was. The seat has memory foam so that makes it very comfortable for long rides. The rear fender is stiff like a rock, it does not wobble at all. But I wanted to test it under harsh road conditions and nasty bumps, to see how it does. When I got home, I checked the fender interior carefully and everything was perfect, no tire marks or any sign of contact. The space between the fender and tire is about 7/32" (5mm).



To tell you the truth, I was really worried that the fender will wobble and touch the tire when the bike is slammed, especially that we are dealing with 5mm space everywhere (top and sides). The guys at Montreal Choppers shop did an awesome job, extremely happy with the fender results.

Chris aka (Rubberface53) said:
Surprised you didn't do the hidden caliper.
I actually liked to show the chromed bracket. More chrome = happiness.
 

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Good job on the bike Teck.It turned out great. I hope My seat turns out as good as yours.
It will turn good, your bike is awesome also.
 

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See that's the bike I want, I just can't find one like it for sale used in Canada.


Well maybe not that tricked out, can't afford that kind of extreme.


Awesome job
 

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I've got my Warrior in States and import it to Canada. It was half price than what I would of paid here (same condition).


Then, I worked like one year and half to make it look what it is today...



 

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Your bike is extremely impressive teck!! what kind of forward controls are those? Trying to find some new ones for my warrior. Problem is I'm only 5'9" so I'm looking for some to fit me. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
Peace
 

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I bought the Elite controls when Phat had a nice special, I paid $400 way back. They are very good quality and push the pegs forward by about 4inches. I also added the 3inch wide extensions from Supreme Legends to push my legs towards the outside of the bike. Bill offered them for $50 here on the forums to other Warriors to test them out, so I bought a pair right away. You cannot imagine how much better the ride is with these extensions. I think they still sell them on their site now.



Just remember, your pegs will be moved 4inch forward and 3inch outside, compared to their current location. You should use a stick to measure if your feet touch properly the pegs, before you buy anything.

That is what I did and now my ride is super comfortable, no more cramped legs.
 
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