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RSRakeTankPaint.jpg
4630 viewsTotal rake is 40 degrees. Thats 8 over stock, all in the neck/frame. The trees are stock. James did a beautiful job on the rake job, most folks could not believe it was not stock.
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Adirondacks3012 viewsSmall lake in the Adirondacks
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6142 viewsMatching rear pulley. Rear tail lights are Kuryakin Halogen 35w bullets. They are extremely bright, and activated by Kuryakins run/turn/brake controller. Most of my friends preferred not to ride to close behind me at night, and visibility was never a problem.
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6092 viewsRC components rim and matching pulley.
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10053089 viewsMy RoadStar at the 10,005 miles mark Oct 27, 2007
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Adirondack lake1793 viewsAdirondack lake I always end up atOct 27, 2007
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Adirondacks3012 viewsSmall lake in the AdirondacksOct 27, 2007
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View2012 viewsView from the top of Mt. WashingtonOct 27, 2007
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Parking lot2157 viewsParking lot at the top of Mt. WashingtonOct 27, 2007
RSTankPaint2.jpg
4497 viewsJul 28, 2005
RSTankPaint.jpg
8593 viewsThis tank is unbelievable. The stretch is almost 3", and custom fit to the nose of the Looney seat. The stretch is also designed to follow the lines of the bike, which meant covering up the tank tie down holes in the frame. We ended up fashioning a single bolt tie down under the nose of the seat to hold it in place. Once again, the flames are incredible. I wish they would photograph better. Baron's low profile gas cap and the Forcewinder intake really work well with this setup.Jul 28, 2005
RSRearFenderPaint.jpg
4780 viewsRear fender was bob'd, but not severely. This took a while to come up with. James and I spent some time in the shop, with him drawing lines on the original rear fender until we came up with a profile that complimented the other lines in the bike. Then he cut it, and welded a lip under the cut to make it look like a factory fashioned fender.Jul 28, 2005


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