A custom Harley-Davidson Street 750Thu, 29 Jan 2015
This amazing motorcycle was built in just four weeks in a workshop located 300 kilometers south of Harley-Davidson's Indian factory. The project came to life thanks to the efforts of Rajputana Customs and H.-D., which provided Street 750 as a donor. The first upgrade to the bike was a Suzuki GSX-R sport fork with stiffer springs and longer travel. To embody the designer's intent, the back of the tank had to be slightly raised, and the fuel filler was moved to the left side. The original speedometer was placed to the right of it. A pair of shock absorbers gave way to one, the lower mount of which was located on the “right” leg of the expanded pendulum. The belt final drive was replaced with a chain drive, and a stylish star made of 7075-T6 aluminum alloy appeared at the rear.
By Azali Minyki
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