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Looks relly cool! My personal fav is the Exile - Fat Bloke


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i like this ducati monster chopper conversion.

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i like this ducati monster chopper conversion.
That's pretty sweet!

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Looks good but that seat is nasty. I can't stand thick seats on those things. Not like it's going to be comfy anyway, might as well put a sleek seat on it.

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Looks good but that seat is nasty. I can't stand thick seats on those things. Not like it's going to be comfy anyway, might as well put a sleek seat on it.
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Fat Bloke is the hotness. That's my new favorite cruizer!
I like most of the bikes in the Exile Chopper line. For me, they are the anti-OCC/Ness/Big Dog/etc. chopper...No glitz, no bling.

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I really like the black exhaust pipe on that first bike.
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I like most of the bikes in the Exile Chopper line. For me, they are the anti-OCC/Ness/Big Dog/etc. chopper...No glitz, no bling.
I like em too, but $38k????? Hmmmmmmm.

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I hate the extended forks look. If you take a step bakc...it looks liek a cheeta stretched out with it's ass in the air. I'm always picturing them snaping or bending in half on a huge bump. I like style...but it seems to toss all functionality out the door and looks unbalanced. Form doesnt' have to always follow function... but should at least have a close relationship. A motorcycle ultimately is still a functional machine... not just a movign work of art.

My 2 cents.

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Ody, the hot whammy right now is a "Mutant Buell" from Redneck Engineering. It's a kit bike. You get the frame, tank, rear fender and seat pan. Then you go out and get a used Buell and use everything on it to complete the bike. Add paint and upholstery and you have youself a kick ass chopper for about $10k.
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Ody, the hot whammy right now is a "Mutant Buell" from Redneck Engineering. It's a kit bike. You get the frame, tank, rear fender and seat pan. Then you go out and get a used Buell and use everything on it to complete the bike. Add paint and upholstery and you have youself a kick ass chopper for about $10k.
and much more fun! there are a couple companies that make these frames that accept the buell guts!

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Ody, the hot whammy right now is a "Mutant Buell" from Redneck Engineering. It's a kit bike. You get the frame, tank, rear fender and seat pan. Then you go out and get a used Buell and use everything on it to complete the bike. Add paint and upholstery and you have youself a kick ass chopper for about $10k.
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its still a buell then, i said i wanted custom, the only thing alot might have in common is a SS motor.



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Why not get one of these so we can cruise around like Ponch and John...
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sorry bro, i had a fat boy, "HD" i want something differant, i want some rolling thunder art work.

something that exspresses ME



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Ken,

There was a Red Neck Chopper at PowerMotor Sports in Palatine that had your name written all over it. It had a cool skull and bone paint job. Only 32K. They actually have a few Red Neck Customs in there. It's worth a look.

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something that exspresses ME
So why would you pay someone 30K for a bike they built? Build your own. I live close, drink beer, and I'm willing to learn from your mistakes before I attempt one.

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So why would you pay someone 30K for a bike they built? Build your own. I live close, drink beer, and I'm willing to learn from your mistakes before I attempt one.
+1

i also drink beer and I'm available for test rides!

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1 i cant build a bike, if i could, i wouldnt buy 1.

2nd the 2 POS you guys posted, i PERSONALLY dont like.

ill buy what i want when i want, and how i want it to be, and no matter what it is, ill be ripping by most all of you all in the turns or the strights!






























































except for passing 120 mpr...lol



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Ody, the hot whammy right now is a "Mutant Buell" from Redneck Engineering. It's a kit bike. You get the frame, tank, rear fender and seat pan. Then you go out and get a used Buell and use everything on it to complete the bike. Add paint and upholstery and you have youself a kick ass chopper for about $10k.
very cool looking bike and a nice concept, i'd rather build one myself.
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Dr D-that pic you posted is....well....fugly

I like the customs that are almost totally blacked out-less chrome the better

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you mean youll buy the kit and ask us how to build it..lmao

we all know you crazeinc...lol

luv ya man...lol



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Looks relly cool! My personal fav is the Exile - Fat Bloke

+1...exile has some really ingenius ideas...like the twist grip clutch...that would take some time to get used to...
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