Dyna (cafe) Sport

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  1. #1 Hoghead, Nov 26, 2017
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    Designed and built in Chiangmai by myself with help from Korn

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    264 Kg. wet - 38 Kg. lighter than stock

    1557cc producing 123 rear wheel HP with 107 ft. Lbs torque.

    True Track chassis stabilizer hidden under a custom chin spoiler

    17” lightweight, tubeless, aluminum rims on stainless spokes

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    Metmachex aluminium swingarm

    Ohlins fully adjustable shocks

    Ceriani 45mm inverted cartridge fork

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    Performance Machine 4 piston axial callipers on EBC floating rotors

    Brembo RCS 19 adjustable ratio, radial master cylinder

    Fat Bob bars on 90mm risers

    Fibreglass 1970 Superglide boat tail, modified to a single seat design.

    Balance of bodywork is hand beaten aluminium


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    Almost there, and will be able to drop a little more weight and better looks with the aluminium pegs.

    Still unsure if I like it with or without the headlight cowl.........
     
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  2. Not a HD fan but this is a good looking bike.
     
  3. #4 Hoghead, Nov 26, 2017
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    Excuse the trashed plate as I am awaiting a new smaller "copy" plate

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  4. A thing of beauty, and a joy to behold. Truly, a melody in metal... my guess is that when you start it up, everyone within 200 metres looks around! :cool: I've never owned or ridden a Harley Davidson, but there's a primal note to a finely tuned HD engine that cannot be ignored... A beautiful piece of workmanship - I can see why the Versys got moved along.
     
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    It is a wee bit loud......
     
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  6. Well done Robert.
     

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