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2006 Custom Built Motorcycles Chopper on mail.2040motos

YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:3
Location:

Northridge, California, United States

Northridge, California, United States
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Chopper Chopper photos

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Chopper Chopper description

Custom chopper with Harley Evolution motor, way too much to list...
Low reserve.. way under what I spent just in parts.
Over 10k just in parts... not including labor or paint. I bought this as a bunch of parts in 2006 and spent the next few years 
buying the rest of the parts and building it.
It has a ton of one off custom made parts. 
80" Harley Evo Motor. I was told the top end on this motor is 96", but I never verified that.
Motor runs great, only thing I ever did was have a Andrews cam and adj pushrods installed, and
have it tuned after.
Maybe put 2000 miles on this bike. Just sits and collects dust, so time to sell.
Drag Specialties Chopper Guys 240mm Swedish style frame
Custom Made Gas and Oil tanks
Custom Made Fenders
Custom Clip On Handle bars with internal throttle
Custom Made springer seat pan
Custom Made Ceramic coated exhaust 2 1/2" to 3"
Custom paint
BDL tf-2000 3 3/8" Belt drive
PM Wrath front and rear rims
Blind triple trees with 10" over tubes
S&S super E carb
Crane Hi 4 Ignition, dual fire coil
D&M Air cleaner
Custom Axle covers with build in Led
Clean electrical.. almost all wires hidden.
Clean  California Pink and current tags.
Bike is used so does have chips/small scratches here and there, see photos.
Only thing I would do if I rode it more would be get the seat pan covered and padded. The metal pan looks great but isnt that comfortable.

If you want this shipped I am willing to drop off at a shipping location as long as it is local.


PLEASE NOTE:
This bike was just switched from suicide shift to standard shift.. so the last 2 pictures reflect the new setup. New linkage, lever, clutch cable, etc. Too many people 
looked at the bike and didnt want the suicide shift, so I changed it over. Now it is standard left handlebar clutch and left foot shift.


On Oct-04-16 at 18:37:54 PDT, seller added the following information:

PLEASE NOTE: I had a last minute job come up and I will be out of town until October 12th.. so will not be able drop off, or have the bike picked up until after that date. 

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