Year/model:          2008 sweet Harley-Davidson Club Style Springer
Printer:                Kevin Norton (Norton's Custom Designs,San Marcos, CA)
Color:                    Black Elbow Deep
Rake:                     34 Degrees- 4" stretch- 1.5" Backbone stretch

Engine- year/model:  2007 Harley-Davidson Evo
Displacement:        80" and secret pop
Horsepower:          100 plus HP
Cases:                     Harley-Davidson
Flywheels:              Harley-Davidson
Balancing:              Harley-Davidson
Connecting Rods:   Harley-Davidson
Cylinders:               Harley-Davidson
Pistons:                   Dave Mackie/JE
Heads:                     Dave Mackie Eng
Cam:                        Red Shift
Carb:                       S&S Super G
Air Cleaner:           S&S
Exhaust:                 Vance & Hines
Charging System:  Harley-Davidson
Oil Pump:              Harley-Davidson
Cam Cover:          Harley-Davidson
Primary Cover:     Harley-Davidson
Fuel Tank:           Harley-Davidson
Oil Tank:                   Harley-Davidson
Transmission, year/model: 2007 Primo/Rivera 6 Speed
Case:                   Primo/Rivera
Gears:                   Andrews
Clutch:                   Pro-Clutch
Primary Chain:      chain
Final Drive:           chain

Frame:               Kraft/Tech, Inc.  SFV, CA
Front Forks:      American Suspension/Dragon Springer
Front Wheel:     Landmark
Rear Wheel:      Harley-Davidson
Front Brake:      PM
Rear Brake:       PM
Front Tire:         90/90/21
Rear Tire:          190/70/18
Rear Fender:     Harley Davidson

Headlight:          Kuryakan Headlight
Drop Head Light:  Harley-Davidson Halogen
Brackets:               Peter Built/Tic
Tach Bracket:        Auto Meter/Peter Built
Brackets:               Peter Built/Tic
Handle Bars:         Flanders
Seat:                      Bars High
Pegs:                    Jaybrake
Engine Guard:          Harley-Davidson Mustache
Special Construction:   Tic/PeterBuilt
Mirrors:                Landmark
License racket:   Joker Machine
HandControls:     Harley-Davidson
Gas Cap Cover, Derby Cover, Timer Cover:
Harley-Davidson "Live to Ride" collection
Fairing and Clear Windshield:  Tic and English Tony Watson
for Club Bike
Bike with Saddle Bags
Southern California Morning
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Paint By KEVIN NORTON, San Marcos, CA
Drop Light
Gun Bag
Watch closely who you let help build
your bike. There's some motherfuckers
who claim something they aren't.
Worse, they claim to be your friend but
are only using you for their own gain.
Danny Gray is recognized as the premier motorcycle seat
for the V-Twin cruiser
New Front end,  one I can count on.  Put on by English Tony Watson in Oceanside.   Other Front
was ok but put together by another shop that didn't know what the hell they were doing.  Watch out
who you deal with;  my old saying  
 "Watch what people Do; not what they say"
The worst bike builder in the US,
who claims to be one, and it's just
not my opinion, but of many others
that I've lost count, is a guy named
TIM NACHBAR, who is sole owner
Ghetto Choppers, Oceanside
The word out on this guy is so bad
that I'm puzzled why he is still able
to walk on the street. Hells 21 gets
tens of thousands of people on the
site and this guy's name pops up
continuously. Just so everyone
knows how myself and others feel.

He's a fucking joke when it
comes to putting bikes
together.  Stay the Hell away
from him.
In the 60s',  we got very little from Harley-Davidson, in fact, they really didn't want us ("Dirty
Dozen") in their dealership, which wasn't much more then the size of a 7-11 Store. So what we did
is build all our parts, as much as we could, the same as the Hells Angels and more serious clubs
did.  I built risers, sissy bars, etc, and most all exterior parts. Mesa Chuck Martin started boring out
the 74s' to 80s'. Mesa Karl Walkins and I built, as far as I know, the first 'drag pipes' for the stock
Harley 74' by getting rid of the front cylinder exhaust system, which ran under the frame in a
squished apperatas which made no sense, and brought the pipe straight down and in the outside
of the engine.  (
see photo)  I figured it gave us 5% more horsepower and we balanced them and
didn't run baffels. Harley eventually got wind of it and started to do the same.  I also gained an
extra half running gear by going to a 24-26 which gave me more top end as scoots then were only
4speed.  This made a huge difference on long runs and I was able to cruse 75 to 80 with no
De Luz Dave and Deep Elbow Black Bike
'07 Dyna;  Screamin Eagle Heads;  C&C Port &
Polished;  Rinehart Exhaust; Auto Meter Tach;
Fairing; LED Tail lights; FXB Compression
Release.  Tic's Ride
Alfie's 2006 Roadster, 1200 Dual Front Brakes
1200 Sportster XLCH, Bob
Morland-Port n Polished,
6 Speed Baker
Awesome tats
Nic's 2001 FXDX.  Rifle Faring,
H-D side kick seat, lots done to
engine. 12" Risers