Based on a Harley Davidson Sportster 48, 2012 model, we gave it a clean-it-all chop-it-all look. Handles were changed to tracker handles with bar end turn signals from MotoGadget, to give a cleaner look.
The stock speedo originally located on the handle bar riser clamp was replaced and relocated to inside the fuel tank with a Motogadget Motoscope mini Speedo. The original fuel tank mount was cut and converted into a Frisco mounting to give it the rise needed to tuck all the wiring under the tank. The exhaust was upgraded to V&H Competition Series complemented by a Joker Machine Performance air filter. The ECU has been relocated to underneath the bike.
The rear fender has been shortened to give the racer look. The bike stands on an air ride adjustable rear suspension, adjusting the ride height at the push of a button on the handlebar. The rear turn signal and brakes are tucked underneath the swing arm without compromising the visibility and safety of the rider.