1993 Evo Sportster… Power Plant bored 20 over. all head work and machining was done by Wayne at Southern V-Twin.
The frame is a custom built frame I made using a led sled rear , I hand built the rest of the frame myself. I made a frame jig to build the frame on. It was a lot of long nights and crazy measuring to make sure it all came out dead on. All the welding i did myself.
I hand made just about everything on the bike. Handle bars, sissy bar, hand shifter and linkage, spacers, headlight bracket, motor mount these were all made from stainless steel which I fabricated, welded, then had polished from my friend Nickl.
The battery box, forward controls, bungs and fender mounting brackets, foot and passenger pegs I fabricated also. My friend Josh Miller laid out the wiring. My friend Davey turned down my fork lowers and smoothed them out for me. And the awesome leather work on the seat by Mike Vasey.
I have gotta give mad props to Tom Colando at Rattlekan Kustoms for the killer paint, it came out sick, and Ian for the pin striping.
It has a 21 inch spoolie on front and a 16 old style star hub rear with a 180 on it.
It’s a true garage built death trap. Suicide shift, foot clutch, tiny ass handlebars, rear brake only.
It took me 4 years to build this thing from the ground up and gotta thank my wife for putting up with me during then.
All brand new upgraded charging system so she will run strong. Wiseco 20 over pistons and rings and a Daytona Twin Tech ignition .
The paint says ‘can u dig it’ on left of tank and ‘sucka’ on the right side. As my homage to the great movie the warriors, the bike itself is a tribute to all the great death traps from the NYC streets of the 70s.
I know it’s not an old bike, but she is 24 years old and one bad ass hipster killing sportster!
Putting her in your mag would be sweet!!!