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my harley davidson

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Re: my harley davidson

Postby Tracker » Tue Apr 05, 2016 8:00 am

Agreed. Hope you get better soon. I will do my best to avoid that sort of stuff. :oops:

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Re: my harley davidson

Postby punkin » Wed Dec 14, 2016 10:21 pm

Did a Stage 1 to the Rocker this week. Roland Sands Clarity air filter to keep the StillDragon theme going (looks like our Sightglass Kits), a set of Mean Mothers pipes and a Cobra Power Pro Black fuel tuner went in.

Looks and sounds really good and certainly draws a lot of attention. Seems to have a little more power and they certainly hear me coming.




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Re: my harley davidson

Postby Copperhead road » Wed May 16, 2018 3:46 pm

My 1957 chop, NO electrics or battery.....Morris mag, kick start only!
High compression motor , every thing that can be done has been done on the inside lol
Hydraulic clutch , Andrews race box 4 speed. Everything is performance machine or alen ness pretty much as far as parts go. Hand built!
Paint by friend “little Mick”

Because it is such a light bike it is seriously scary fast!!!!!
my pet is a CCSC copper flute, I feed it corn and it pisses likker like a pony....
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Re: my harley davidson

Postby Double D » Wed May 16, 2018 4:31 pm

A lot of nice pics, the old man started me riding in the late 50’s,a corgi mini bike with a 98cc norton villiers motor apparently the English paratroopers dropped them down over France in World War II, haven’t stopped riding since,stuck with Kawasaki since the 70’s,current ride is a 2012 zx14r here it is in touring mode
Happiness is 200 mph on a bike
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