This model was inspired by a bike that I have wanted to build for the past year or so. Using Terry's motor for the heart, I pieced together a standard/naked bike that draws a lot from sportbikes. The idea is for some old school American muscle with the latest-and-greatest updates. I really tried to replicate the look of the PVM Buell X1--which I included a picture of in the Zip Folder--without totally copying it altogether.
Starting with the most 'patriotic' engine, the 1000+ cc V-twin, I chose a compact frame with a steep rake for adept steering. I only provided three mounting points for the motor to make it easier to install, but a top cross beam and mount would be easy to add.
The front end is something straight off of a supersport to make sure the bike is agile. Forks are upside down USD and radial brakes with 6 piston calipers, the largest available. Front rotors are drilled till they resemble swiss cheese, giving it a classic speedmetal vibe. Both wheels are a forged design to lower weight, but 10 spokes resemble spoked wheels so they don't look too showy.
Rear shock has been optimized by going with a single shock design and setting it at an angle to eliminate the need for a rocker and increase responsiveness/reduce part count.
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