The rear end is machined from chunks of billet aluminum using a dana 30 center section to give limited slip. Still using the original pulley. The shock and dog bone is there, but I had to refine it a lot. The shock mounts underneath the center piece. Each side of the axle uses 6 sealed bearings. The original rotor was replaced with a huge rotor and 6 piston caliper. I have a video of it, but can't get it to load.
There is a bike and car cruise night at a local ice cream stand here in PA. It doesn't get a huge crowd but it draws a good amount of people. Nonetheless, I won the bike show and beat out some harley's in the meantime. Proud moment considering I just got it and didn't even wax her up. :D
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