’80 kz750 | mono-shock conversion

I knew I wanted to change the ride height, and I had a mono-shock lying around so, why not?

I like the way it came out! It cycles smooth and look cool as fuck!!

’78 KZ650 | rear set correction

So, I was working on the frame and just was not happy with the mesh accents on the rear sets. I like the look, but was never really satisfied with the way I had attached the mesh. The tack welds on the inside of the rear sets demanded too much attention.

I chopped off the old and set out to make a cleaner way of attaching the mesh. Now the mesh is basically  framed in, instead of welded in. It makes for an much cleaner look inside and out. I was so hyped on the way the second attempt turned out!!

’58 panhead | clutch release arm

The clutch release arm that came with my bike was bent, and hit the top of the transmission as a result. So I set out to make a new one. I reused the end of the original arm, and made the rest up as I went along. The clutch throw feels great, and the arm no longer contacts the transmission.

’58 harley davidson | the mids

 

I never really liked forward controls. So I set out to build some mid-controls. After letting it stew for about a week, I had a rough idea of how I wanted to attack “THE MIDS”.

I have to say, I am more than pleased with the result!! The foot controls feel so good!

(check out the photos for a full write up)

’58 Harley Davidson | rear fender

This is the fender I came up with for the ’58 Pan-Head. Reworking the struts was a good decision! I like how it still has a nostalgic¬†Harley Davison feel, with a custom twist.