Thursday, October 28, 2010

Feeling baffled

 Another 2 into 1 means a different approach which should give good results, and for far less $$ than aftermarket setups out there and totally custom. Just need a builder's kit from Biltwell and a collector from Cone Engineering and I'm in business.
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Help a Brother Out...

If you're near, far, wherever you are, you can help too. Ride out, show your support, buy some raffle tickets and win some cool SHIT,  or contact Johnny Wolf to see what you can do.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Updates !!!!!!!

  I will soon carry the cv carb support bracket for all those in need of one or two.  And they will be available for super E's too after a lil massage parlor work. There are so many different breather kits out there that I will leave that choice up to you, but my favorite will always be Benchmark's.

Friday, October 22, 2010

No Bullshit Lifestyle-type Ad here

Listen to this European ad for the upcoming W800 and see what I mean. It's all about the Motorcycle. Take heed HD.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Now for Something Moto Related...and Super Neat

   BMW's are usually not your first or second choice when creating a custom bike but Terry had the vision  to add the soul this tired old airhead was left without when it came out of the factory almost 40 years ago.  Check out my buddy's soulful BMW we chopped, featured on chopcult,  HERE

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Monday, October 18, 2010

Need some new Gear

Some new boots, jacket, and helmet are in order. I've been looking for these this past year, reading reviews and what-not and I finally came to a decision on all three. I'm starting a trend here so pay attention, hipsters:


O'neal ATV shorty boots($99), Executioner armored leather jacket ($119),
and a fullface AGV S-4 helmet ($130).


Thursday, October 14, 2010

If You Haven't Got One, GET ONE...

Latest and greatest issue of Streetchopper is out so pick up your copy today.   "Oh say can you see"... the aircleaner in the hands of miss blondie...American-made with these two hands. 

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Ready, Pull, Go.......

Starting production on these so stay tuned so you too can.....

       ******PULL YOUR WAY TO FREEDOM*****

Redhead Wednesday

Friday, October 8, 2010

Oktoberfest in Temecula

Kids, come out and play tomorrow...check out the Glass Boot for more details.

Solid Dudes

I snapped this shot at the Old Gold Garage Party last month. Each of these guys brings a unique style and passion which commands respect and admiration. Support these RULERS:Kim Slim Dan Kutty

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Sneak peek at my Family Jewels....

Problem:  Broken tail-light/tag bracket. Ford repop was heavy and the vibration sheared it off (pictured below)

Solution:  Build another one from a Biltwell flared exhaust tip, an LED from ebay, and trick ruby jeweled glass. This one will mount on the upper shock mount and will have two mounting points instead of one. The light housing is adjustable in order to shoot laser beams at unsuspecting tailgaters. I will be making more so if you want one, let ME know.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Buncha Bitches...

...in California. I should know; I see them every day. Someone please hack this site:

                                                        noiseoff.org


Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Signs SB 435 Into Law

  The California State Government has passed SB 435 that aims to increase enforcement of current anti-tampering and noise-level statutes for motorcycles.

  The ear-splitting roar of illegally modified motorcycles will be quieted despite opposition from motorcycle rights groups that have lobbied to weaken the legislation. The bill was sponsored by Senator Fran Pavley (D-Santa Monica) and signed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who rides motorcycles.

  SB 435 would require that motorcycles maintain their federally required emissions equipment (on both original, and aftermarket exhaust systems), including a readily visible EPA stamp certifying compliance. These regulations have been on the books since 1983. This gives law enforcement the ability to cite violations under the CA Vehicle Code, using a readily visible and unalterable stamp, already required by Federal regulation.

  A violation will be cited as a secondary infraction, meaning the rider would have to be pulled over for some other reason initially. A first offense will be punishable by a fine of up to $100 but that can be dismissed upon proof of correction. Any subsequent offense(s) will be punishable by a fine of up to $250. This bill will apply to motorcycles and aftermarket parts going forward from 2013.

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