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Almost have my street in its final form. Changes left to be made to the suspension (progressive hd fork spring kit & drag specialties premium shocks), tank badges are a maybe, braided brake lines front & rear, 19" front wheel, turn signals, and still want those trashing supply essential saddlebags. Big bore kit one day as well... After I've saved for it 馃槄

Current parts/work complete:


Yamaha mt-09 clutch perch & front master cylinder

Adjustable levers

Emgo superbike handlebar

8" handlebar risers w/ 1-1/4" push forward

+2 clutch cable

Sportster Xl1200C tank swap

Tinworks crash bar

Shock crash protectors

Stealth Pipes full system exhaust

V&H fp3

Tsport fairing

Kuryakyn velociraptor air filter

Drag specialties locking gas cap

120/70-17 shinko 016 verge 2X front
160/80-15 shinko 777 rear

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Almost have my street in its final form. Changes left to be made to the suspension (progressive hd fork spring kit & drag specialties premium shocks), tank badges are a maybe, braided brake lines front & rear, 19" front wheel, turn signals, and still want those trashing supply essential saddlebags. Big bore kit one day as well... After I've saved for it 馃槄

Current parts/work complete:


Yamaha mt-09 clutch perch & front master cylinder

Adjustable levers

Emgo superbike handlebar

8" handlebar risers w/ 1-1/4" push forward

+2 clutch cable

Sportster Xl1200C tank swap

Tinworks crash bar

Shock crash protectors

Stealth Pipes full system exhaust

V&H fp3

Tsport fairing

Kuryakyn velociraptor air filter

Drag specialties locking gas cap

120/70-17 shinko 016 verge 2X front
160/80-15 shinko 777 rear

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Almost have my street in its final form. Changes left to be made to the suspension (progressive hd fork spring kit & drag specialties premium shocks), tank badges are a maybe, braided brake lines front & rear, 19" front wheel, turn signals, and still want those trashing supply essential saddlebags. Big bore kit one day as well... After I've saved for it 馃槄

Current parts/work complete:


Yamaha mt-09 clutch perch & front master cylinder

Adjustable levers

Emgo superbike handlebar

8" handlebar risers w/ 1-1/4" push forward

+2 clutch cable

Sportster Xl1200C tank swap

Tinworks crash bar

Shock crash protectors

Stealth Pipes full system exhaust

V&H fp3

Tsport fairing

Kuryakyn velociraptor air filter

Drag specialties locking gas cap

120/70-17 shinko 016 verge 2X front
160/80-15 shinko 777 rear

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Absolutely love the look of your bike!! Very clean!! I plan on ordering stealth pipes full exhaust for my street rod next season.

Question, was the T-Sport Fairing difficult to get on, or is it pretty straightforward?

Thanks for sharing your awesome bike!
 

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Absolutely love the look of your bike!! Very clean!! I plan on ordering stealth pipes full exhaust for my street rod next season.

Question, was the T-Sport Fairing difficult to get on, or is it pretty straightforward?

Thanks for sharing your awesome bike!
First, thank you! The stealth pipe is definitely the way to go I think. The tsport was a little difficult, the brackets that came with didn't work out for me and our headlight bucket is "girthier" than what the tport was designed for, so it's a tight fit. I ended up using the tsport bracketry thats bolted directly to the faiting and drilled out holes to bolt it into a memphis shades quick detach bracket.
 

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Finally rid of the hideous stock indicators, changed out for Eagle Lights micro led turn signals. And swapped rear shocks to a set of drag specialties premium hd's. Increased front end to a custom 19" spoked wheel & paired with a shorty fender. Lastly swapped kuryakyn velociraptor air filter to their revolt stack.
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Picked up the Thrashing Supply bags a few months ago & love 'em. They're so convenient, I wish I would've jumped the gun sooner.
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Those are tiny little bags are interesting. They seem to be a good answer for somebody that wants to keep the profile slim but needs more stowage than a swing arm bag provides.

I frequently have both saddlebags stuffed. Mine are about are some cheap generic bags I bought on close out from Revzilla. They are about as big as you can put on a Street 750. The problem is that the larger bags cause a lot of drag, so fuel economy suffers.
 

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Almost have my street in its final form. Changes left to be made to the suspension (progressive hd fork spring kit & drag specialties premium shocks), tank badges are a maybe, braided brake lines front & rear, 19" front wheel, turn signals, and still want those trashing supply essential saddlebags. Big bore kit one day as well... After I've saved for it 馃槄

Current parts/work complete:


Yamaha mt-09 clutch perch & front master cylinder

Adjustable levers

Emgo superbike handlebar

8" handlebar risers w/ 1-1/4" push forward

+2 clutch cable

Sportster Xl1200C tank swap

Tinworks crash bar

Shock crash protectors

Stealth Pipes full system exhaust

V&H fp3

Tsport fairing

Kuryakyn velociraptor air filter

Drag specialties locking gas cap

120/70-17 shinko 016 verge 2X front
160/80-15 shinko 777 rear
Dude I Love the look of this!! can you please please share a link to the risers and fairing??? this is the look I'm going for my street and I love it.

How hard was the install of the bars and risers? how did you relocate the speedo? sorry for all the questions, I'm a noob when it comes to wrenching
 

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@disco the bars are emgo 7/8 supersport bars. The risers were LA choppers Kage Fighter 8" risers that I bolted & welded to the stock lower bar clamp. It ended up not being the most solid set-up, a little wobble in the risers. I'm having a new set custom made through bung king. The speedo was able to mount in it's original position as our wiring harnesses have almost a foot worth of slack.
 

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@disco the bars are emgo 7/8 supersport bars. The risers were LA choppers Kage Fighter 8" risers that I bolted & welded to the stock lower bar clamp. It ended up not being the most solid set-up, a little wobble in the risers. I'm having a new set custom made through bung king. The speedo was able to mount in it's original position as our wiring harnesses have almost a foot worth of slack.
thanks for the info Man, will the Bung King ones be a bolt on job? I cant weld at all haha
 

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thanks for the info Man, will the Bung King ones be a bolt on job? I cant weld at all haha

Not quite, the Street models use a smaller diameter bolt pattern than traditional Harleys. I may need to bore out the top triple clamp holes to fit 1/2 x13 pattern bolts. Not so difficult. Another individual used Goldfire risers for a build, which is what inspired me to go this route. Attached are links to his work on instagram:

http://instagr.am/p/B_tEfahBzAB/
http://instagr.am/p/B_tHEIuhRmL/
http://instagr.am/p/B_v6Gi5hTYY/
http://instagr.am/p/B_v_bTZBDoe/
http://instagr.am/p/B_1id1Ehkr8/
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