Finally Finished* - My Street-Legal Retro/Hurricane 450

Looks like a 55 gallon drum of WhoopAss®. :prof:

Ha - thanks Gray!

The bike looks unreal Swatdoc! The attention to detail is phenomenal. If you're ever on the windward side please look me up. I would love to see the bike in person. It is absolutely beautiful. Great job! :prof::bonk::confused:

Looks like a 55 gallon drum of WhoopAss®. :prof:

Haha Gray, you copyrighted that saying?

now go out and scrub up those pilots!

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ps- thats the front tire on my commuter drz. shhhhhh. :prof:

Damn - those are some scrubbed tires!

Mike - sent you a pm

Haha Gray, you copyrighted that saying?
OH, no. WhoopAss® is a trademarked product of RedNeck Racing, and sold through Black Feather Speed Products out here. It's available in 17 sizes and two strengths.

:prof:

Haha thats great!!

swatdoc.....very nice bike!

btw... where did you get the mirror ????

jay

Bike looks good!

mirror is from Dualstar - got them on my DRZ as well. Very low profile.

Bravo! very nice lookin bike.What is the top speed,and the cruising speed of that machine?

turning roughly 3000 at 55mph, and about 3500 at 65mph.

no idea on top speed - i usually don't haul ass on the freeway.

Not a fan of yami's myself but that is a sweet bike. I like the atention to detail and it is plated.... Hellz yeah.. Now, GO PLAY IN TRAFFIC!!! Just wish u'd used a suzuki that would've been better spent money...just teas in, Nice bike..

SWAT--- i also bought the graves catch cans for my SUMO YZ450F project. Just wondering how you got the mounting bracket for the fuel can as GRAVES told me they dont service it. They said that they only make them for their race team.

It would be nice to just buy one and bolt it up instead of fabbing one myself. i already have a FAB list that is too long.

Any Ideas appreciated!

thanks

Chris

PS i noticed the wire near your rear brake caliper.... is that a speed sensor by chance?

WHAT THE ^%(&($^&$(&^($&%^(($#.......YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY INSANE WITH WAY TOO MUCH TIME ON YOUR HANDS, not to mention, ABSOLUTELY OBSESSED WITH BIKES....you NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR.....THIS IS NUTS!!!!!!!!! that bike looks WAY TOO GOOD. im speechless. sorry i had to rant. EXCELLENT WORK. ok i am done, nothing more to say here. Seriously, how much money did you spend? You can pm me if you dont want to discuss on the forum. haha

Thats the sweetest looking motard I've ever seen, ever! Major cudos dude! You are the Michael Angelo of the bike world! I can die happy now...

WHAT THE ^%(&($^&$(&^($&%^(($#.......YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY INSANE WITH WAY TOO MUCH TIME ON YOUR HANDS, not to mention, ABSOLUTELY OBSESSED WITH BIKES....you NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR.....THIS IS NUTS!!!!!!!!! that bike looks WAY TOO GOOD. im speechless. sorry i had to rant. EXCELLENT WORK. ok i am done, nothing more to say here. Seriously, how much money did you spend? You can pm me if you dont want to discuss on the forum. haha

He can come see me, I'm a Dr., just make sure you bring your bike with you!

all i can say is wow! Beautiful...Simply beautiful!

Chris - i got the bracket from Taige at Graves. When I talked to him last they were gonna redesign the bracket for the carb catch can as the can on customers bikes is hitting the shock spring. this is because their race bikes use a works shock with a smaller diameter spring. all i did was redrill some holes to space the bracket a little bit away from the spring for more clearance. Honestly, though, the bracket is pretty simple, but i'm like you, i've fabbed so many things it's nice to have something pre-made.

yes, the wire on the rear is the speedo sensor - i thought it looked cleaner mounting it back there rather than running it up the front fork leg.

Adam - actually i don't have that much free time. this bike took almost a year and a half to get to this point, and I'm really still not 100% finished with it. I have spent a bundle on it - i don't want to add it up myself - i'm sure it would shock me! thanks for the compliments!

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