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Thread: Cool Sportster 1640cc

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    Default Cool Sportster 1640cc

    I just wanted to share a video with a really nice bike. I sometimes ride with this guy in Sweden.
    He built this bike himself and the attention to details is stunning.


    "Driving scenes Harley sportster streetracker with S&S 1640cc engine. Stockholm Sweden.
    Stock engine, mildly ported heads, Mikuni HSR 48 carb. Bandit clutch. Baker six speed. ISR Brakes, Íhlins
    127 rwhp and 165 Nm in this setup.
    Today the bike has fuel injection from PFI and Burns designed exhaust, producing 137 rwhp and 178 Nm"





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    Wow, looks and sounds wicked!

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    Now that's looks like a fun toy....

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    Nice!

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    Damn that thing sounds mean!
    This bike is going to be as black as the inside of a coal miner's black cloak on a moonless night. On a lunar eclipse. Underground.

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    Nice bike. But dangerous to ride that fast on the street. We would never do that...........................
    Apexmoto Inc - Dyno tuning, engine/chassis/suspension upgrades, repairs, shaken, tires & changing with balancing, graphics printing, stickers, media blasting, painting & powder coating.

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    Oh those silly motorcyclist's!!

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    That does not hang about . Lovely bike.

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    HA! love it and love that he rides it like it should be ridden. No point putting that much effort into a bike then not being able to thrash it.

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    For those of you that can appreciate high end engine builds the owner is now building another cool engine for the bike.
    He has posted a build thread in English here: http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/s....php?t=1619616

    Enjoy some engine porn at it's best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Japanviking View Post
    For those of you that can appreciate high end engine builds the owner is now building another cool engine for the bike.
    He has posted a build thread in English here: http://xlforum.net/vbportal/forums/s....php?t=1619616

    Enjoy some engine porn at it's best!
    Wow! Thanks for sharing. Definitely some awesome engine work there. Total respect to the guy.

    I would love to have those skills. Though I would build something completely different than a v-twin
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    Now with a 2028cc engine. 151hp and 188nm at the rear wheel :-)



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