Last updated Feb 16, 2009
Retro style fenders, fat bob style forks, solid style wheels.
I have been tweaking my ride since the day i bought it. Started by taking of the factory tank emblems. Big improvement, but left a wide open canvas for what was about to come. I started making some improvements with bolt on stuff, but then had a guy by the name of Joey Hutson, from Louisiana hand paint some killer flames, and the stage was set. Since then, it has been a flame themed project that just doesnt seem to end.
-Performance wise, i have installed Kuryaken Hypercharger, Hard Chrome K2 exhaust and dyno-tuned the engine after rejetting the carb.
-Appearence wise, well let me start the list;
Genuine Honda-Line; Chrome Back rest (sissy bar), Chrome rear carrier, chrome backrest trim.
Hopnel, Show Chrome; Triple pocket windshield pouch, Tuxedo Tail cover, front brake caliper cover, Chrome Light bar adapter w/ mini halogen driving lights, 4" chrome pullback risers, chrome triple tree accent covers, chrome fork stem covers, chrome brake and clutch levers, chrome highway bars, chrome horn cover, chrome license plate holder, chrome LED license plate holder, chrome rack mounted flag pole, chrome dipstick, chrome neck covers, chrome swing arm covers, saddlebag supports.
Kuryaken ; stiletto axle nut covers, stiletto handlebar caps, air horns, 90-100 watt headlight upgrade, run-turn-brake light controller conversionw pulsing brake option, Lizard Lights master kit, swing arm side cover, drive shaft cover, master cylinder cover, shift peg cover (times 2), brake pedal cover, hand control covers, ISO Flame Grips, ISO Flame foot pegs (times 4), ISO Flame floor boards, highway bar foot peg adapters.
All other Manufactures parts; Arlen Ness flame mirrors, ElectroPods LED lights, Clear Alternative clear LED tail light w/ intergrated LED turn signals, tail light decorative trim,
-Comfort wise; Memphis Shades Fats 21" windshield, Mustang seat
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