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Thanks! I REALLY liked that big braced swingarm, but that open wheel is more my style. This is going to make the 12th conversion I've done lol
Honda built a economical cruiser, you changed the front and rear to make it something completely different, we see that a lot here, modern bits tied together with marginal frames, it is what it is. She's going to wiggle but if you ride lots you must know that.incredible...if it's not "I'm going it wrong" then it's "Honda did it wrong" lol
I just want there to be a splash of something...I do like the orange like KTM uses on their wheels. That or black wheels with some kind of orange or yellow accent...but I don't know. My brain tells me that I want it, but usually when I have it I don't like it haha I'll probably end with just black/silver mostly.I'm not sure of your final colour scheme, but at the moment everything looks black and silver/chrome.
IMO, while orange might make a statement - I'm not sure what that statement would be.
If you are going with the silver/black motif then maybe black spokes and polished rims or vice versa?
But then, you have the gold forks....so maybe gold wheels as well?
Also, when I first saw the mufflers, IMO they looked way too long - but with the seat on and you on the bike, I would be inclined to only shorten them a few inches - they have a kind of 50's vibe, like the bikes at Bonneville (if that's what you like).
lean the bike over to the left side...
And one of my favorite bits so far...the coolant neck on this bike is horizontal. How do you fill this up? Such a silly arrangement.