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post #91 of 127 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 03:44 AM Thread Starter
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Its done!

Sorry I can't type much, I am on my Blackberry. I will post better pics and explanations as soon as I get a chance. I am so happy to finally have my bike back!!! I hated the guy that customized it for a while (always another story. 8 months!!), however I must admit it was worth the wait/suffering. He did an amazing job. Zero bondo, all metal work (including the fender itself). I will post the pics I have on my phone for now.
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post #92 of 127 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 03:53 AM Thread Starter
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more pics

These are some more of the "metal work'. I have pics of the rake mod to the frame somwhere, I have to find it.
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post #93 of 127 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 04:30 AM Thread Starter
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bad pics of the finished product

I will post better ones asap! Please give me your honest opinions, advice, and ideas.

LED brake light is under fender and invisible when off. Drives A LOT better than I thought. Definitaly a different feel, but not as bumpy as I thought, I am riding with a little lower tire pressure than specs specify. Turing ratio was cut about a third; that sucks! Bike is really low, need to be extra careful now. I can't even go over most speed bumps! Lol. Hey, its fashion over function for now! Lol. The gas tank had to be moved back an inch or two. The trees were hitting the gas tank. No room for speedometer. I was going to put an aftermarket one, but I actually like the look now. The HID head light is the best investment so far, 65 bux!!! What a difference! Lol
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post #94 of 127 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 05:27 AM
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Killer scoot my friend ! One of the nicest Orange Fury's I've seen.


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Excellent looking Fury , good job .


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post #96 of 127 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 08:47 AM
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That looks awesome! I really want to have a rear fender like that, but have no idea how. What kind of seat did you use to make it fit? I wouldn't change or do anything else with this bike, looks great as is! I also have an orange, but no major mods....yet.

Ride it like you stole it!
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looks amazing! that rear tire / rim should of come stock on the fury.
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I will post better ones asap! Please give me your honest opinions, advice, and ideas.

LED brake light is under fender and invisible when off. Drives A LOT better than I thought. Definitaly a different feel, but not as bumpy as I thought, I am riding with a little lower tire pressure than specs specify. Turing ratio was cut about a third; that sucks! Bike is really low, need to be extra careful now. I can't even go over most speed bumps! Lol. Hey, its fashion over function for now! Lol. The gas tank had to be moved back an inch or two. The trees were hitting the gas tank. No room for speedometer. I was going to put an aftermarket one, but I actually like the look now. The HID head light is the best investment so far, 65 bux!!! What a difference! Lol
Bryan.. .I freaking love it! I ran my Vstar rigid for almost 3 years. I didn't have any problems unless it was a really bad road. I personally loved the "feel" of the road. Excelent job man!
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Looks amazing for sure.
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