I'm sure I left out some things, been 7-8 months since starting. Was down for cold weather a long time.
I approve. Lots of chrome.I'm sure I left out some things, been 7-8 months since starting. Was down for cold weather a long time.
More than likely it's polished. The rotors are stainless steel and polish up like chrome. That's what I did along with the other chrome whores from SoCal now from AZ.Looks good! But the chromed rotor? Seems that wouldn't be the best for stopping power...I suppose after a few breaking sessions it will get bedded in.
Freegin awsome!!!!I tore her all down back in October last year. Jacked it up, secured with straps and took it apart. I sent wheels, rotors, calipers, kickstand and spring , rear diff connection bar and several bolts for Chrome plating. I put a Chrome (nice, but not as nice as chrome) cover on diff, wrapped the dust ring with vinyl Chrome and covered center of rear wheel with Chrome circle. (no longer available) I bought Chrome fork covers (3 pieces), Chrome bottom cover for triple tree, Chrome rear axle spikes, a custom designed set of Chrome floorboards (with F logo cut out) (this was the first set made, now available on Vray site) (all from Vray customs) I bought HUGE spikes from a guy in Ukraine that go on top of fork covers beside the Cannela 2 Inch Riser. Exhaust is from FSD (no longer available) I put on the Low & Mean Chrome Spike intake as well as the left side Chrome matching spike with ignition box change. Changed grips to Chrome spike with black rubber from Kuryakyn, also changed levers. (forget where I got them). I sent out tank, front and rear fenders and chin spoiler for custom air brushing. Changed ugly big black horn for small Chrome unit. Put Chrome cover on Rear master cylinder. Seat is covered in blue alligator hide with FURY embroidered on back and chrome solo cover over rear fender. removed front turn signals and replaced with Rage Cycles fork ring LEDS. Removed rear brake, turn signals and license plate holder. Replaced with double row LED strips under fender. I also added two LED bullet lights on both sides just under rear fender. I moved the license plate to a Chrome holder beside the rear wheel. Headlight is a Chrome Daymaker unit. I have the small windshield secured with spike bolts. I put a 1/4 inch blue reflective strip on the wheels. I also changed out the spring for a 2 inch lowering spring from Low & Mean. This was the first bike I have ever worked on, and at 76 it was a bit of a challenge. I would never have made it without the help of my good friend Dan.
SWEET !!!!I'm sure I left out some things, been 7-8 months since starting. Was down for cold weather a long time.