so U made this yourself? very cool, very clean.. U need to market it through the store here.. i like it..a lot
I was about to ask fabrication questions about the fender support but you have answered that one - it came off the shelf. Good to know the support can be modified to fit the Electra though.How are you handling the paint work. I take it it is just primed and painted and not powder coated? Well that's traditional anyway, and easy to maintain. I will someday want to modify one of the bikes I just bought (probably the Thunderbird because I'm not real keen on its swept up looks), so your information is likely to come in handy. I am thinking of either making it into a sort of off road bike like the Indian Woodsman, or else trying to dig up a sidecar. I take it that you saw the Indian Woodsman look someone posted, Indian red, and I think AVL engine. That had a see through look, but maybe it was left with the plastic fender extension. If you remove that, won't you have to do something anyway about mud splashing in?I know you spent a lot of time thinking things through and I'm not really good at that, just do things as I go along, so your information is especially helpful.Larry
Matt,That looks wonderful. Since it will be awhile before I pick up my bike I have a few questions.Which solo seat did you install?Is the trials fender frame the same one that is on the CMW site?Is there anything under those plastic ovum covers that needs to be re routed?I noticed you are using what liiok like a K&N cone filter. Is that the change you made or did you install a new carb and exhaust?Rick
Love the look. How much trouble was it to adapt the brackets?
Nice job Matt !!! Much better looking than the original (as I suppose it reseembles a Classic more now; LOL).Just need to clean up the header pipe now as rather blue eh? Result of the air filter change or what?LSM