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    "Furious Feng" Chopper Build

    This thread is for all the dudes that appreciate my wacked out style.

    I visited my uncle recently and he inspired me to be creative with my fabrication without spending money.
    This happens to be an idea I am quite fond of already.

    So the project is a "Mad Max" type of chopper using a chinese knockoff dirtbike, haha.
    Furious feng is the chinese mad max, get it get it ?



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    Out comes the rear suspension




    Pulled the handlebars back a bit.


    Body panels coming off


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    Going to hardtail


    Found a headlight


    Relocated the kickstand so it doesn't drag on the ground.


    Started forming the rear fender




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    Kickstand needed more angle to it.


    Finished hardtail


    Old piece of metal for moar rear fender




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    lulz.. Awesomeness

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    needs a low dragger straight pipe, and smooth tires, and a different seat.


    then pwn.

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    thanks man, I am actually looking for ideas on what to improve.

    what kind of seat were you thinking of?
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    saddle style, or atleast chop the top of the front off and widen the back. maybe even a sissy bar for the back?


    maybe some extended foot pegs too, to put your knees out there more? ive done a fare amount of that kind of stuff, making stupid projects in high school- and restoring my current motorcycle from the ground up.

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    Too cool man.. way to create for cheap..

    Id agree about chopping the front of seat off.. dunno about widening teh back though.. just not a fan of the wide-ass saddle style seats myself.. and Im not sure it would flow with the rest of the bike..

    like really not a fan of this seat (bottom pic in the montage below), if thats the kind of saddle thing you're talkin about.. love do to a bike one day myself (though more cafe racer style, than chopper), but low on bike knowledge at the moment

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    thats mine, sandblasted every nut and bolt.

    it now has low bars, a CB400 tank, no side pannels, and a cafe style seat.

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    Just the seat, everything else is cool. I had a blanket folded up and bungee corded to my harley for a seat.

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    Get a banana seat and some streamers out of the handles... win!


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    stretch the swing (used to swing) arm, and put a bigger bikes wheel on the back. if possible.
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    then the chain won't fit?
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    That's awesome. Reminds me of my mini-chopper I made when I was 15-16. Welded up the frame from scrap metal I found in the garbage and a couple old bikes. I took the motor off an old 8 horse snowblower, got a centrifugal clutch and some chain, a sprocket and bearings from princess auto. It had a snowblower rear wheel/tire and a girls BMX front wheel with spokey dokeys, a crazy raked 4 foot long front fork on it that I made, offset triple trees to fix the rake and trail (also made by me), a plywood seat and straight pipe made of electrical conduit pipe. I got it to the point where it would go but never put brakes on it, 2 weeks after I finished I got my first car so it went in the shed, then for ****s and giggles I gave it to some hoodlum kids to see what kind of **** they would get into with it. With the governor on it would do 50km/h and with it off the kids said it would do 60... did I mention I never put brakes on it. Also I forgot, I used the snowblower gas tank and duct taped it to the frame. lol.

    Here's a pic of the day last fall when I pulled it out of the shed, took it for a final ride and gave it to the sketchbag kids down the street. damn it was fun, and dangerous.
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    pretty cool stuff! are you gonna repaint it? if so, you should go for a metallic purple. it might come in the vinyl stuff you used for the s13 truck, that would be dope.

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    I don't know if i should paint it, ......it would probably get rid of the whole badass look.

    I am also waiting for the new chain to come in the mail, should be here any day now.
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    needs moar low awesome dude.

    you're asian?

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    Quote Originally Posted by do-boy View Post
    needs moar low awesome dude.

    you're asian?
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    IT DOESNT MATTER IF YOUR ASIAN!!!


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