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time to chop this beast up...
I've got a bit of an idea.
(please forgive the roughness of my mspaint virtual chop job)

basic modifications to be done:
remove rear and front fenders
remove mirrors and gauges
chop off rear fender mounts where they protrude beyond the suspension mounts
chop and modify the front fender and mount on rear
fab up an old school solo pan seat, weld mounting tabs to the frame and spring mount
chop stock bars, re-weld mounting bolts and re-mount

mods already completed:
remove tank badge and ugly 'streak' decals (poweder coated black)
remove 'bread box' and install new exhaust (cobra 2in1)
side mount license plate bracket (attached to rear axle bolt)

mods still needing to be hashed out:
rear light mounting points (turn signals, brake light)
some sort of cover to protect ecm/batt/fusebox from rain

Any suggestions?
 

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I've got a big piece of leather left over from a gun holster i made and a bunch of scrap metal, so I should be able to get it all done for under $50... most of that going to the seat springs and some sort of cheapie tail light from autozone/tractor supply.
 

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Looks cool, kinda like this but more bobber.
 

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Looks cool, kinda like this but more bobber.
I like this bike. From where is it? I like front and rear fenders. Anybody knows from which company?
BTW I have Granucci seat for third year and I make 8000 Alps twisty road miles for 6 - 7 month season and is very cool. Best looking seat for MS. For me, MS is not kind of road sofa bike. :alcy:
 

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I can't remember where it's from. When I first got my MS I saved every custom MS pic that I could find. I have an entire gallery just of MS, it's my screen saver!
 

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Yes, streak I think your right. Here's a few more. Josh, sorry your thread kinda went a different way, hope the bike pics still help your look.

I think low bars look awesome, but I couldn't deal the stretch forward it would take to ride it. It's always a fight, function vs look.
 
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