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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-10-2011, 02:19 AM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Photoshop mock up of my bike (eventually)

Whatcha guys think of this photoshop mockup of my bike. Anything i should add or take away? Is all this even possible? Suggestions are welcome!




https://www.vn750.com/forum/picture.p...pictureid=1904

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Video I shot and edited of my 1985 Vulcan VN750


mounted iphone gps for speedo and milage
custom seat mod
stator replaced
mosfet r/r
gauges and dash removed
baffles drilled
synth oil
ear shave
de goat
412 progressive 11" shocks
Custom paint
NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
cam chain tightened

Coming soon:
spline lube
whitewall tires
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-10-2011, 05:11 AM
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So you're going to paint stuff black and get whitewall tires. That should be possible. Doing a different headlight would be interesting and possible expensive to make it work, or maybe not. Losing the guages is obviously possible if you don't mind guessing your speed and rpm. Not going to be able to lose your cables though unless you get really crazy. And you could probably get some different air filter housings made or something. Or do an ear shave for a cleaner look yet.

Bike is sold, thanks for the help guys. Ride safe.
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So you're going to paint stuff black and get whitewall tires. That should be possible. Doing a different headlight would be interesting and possible expensive to make it work, or maybe not. Losing the guages is obviously possible if you don't mind guessing your speed and rpm. Not going to be able to lose your cables though unless you get really crazy. And you could probably get some different air filter housings made or something. Or do an ear shave for a cleaner look yet.
I think for the most part I was just asking if the headlight would be possible to mount and run. For the speedo I am going to be running a GPS system.

Video I shot and edited of my 1985 Vulcan VN750


mounted iphone gps for speedo and milage
custom seat mod
stator replaced
mosfet r/r
gauges and dash removed
baffles drilled
synth oil
ear shave
de goat
412 progressive 11" shocks
Custom paint
NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
cam chain tightened

Coming soon:
spline lube
whitewall tires
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-10-2011, 09:44 AM
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Slimvulcanrider mounted the 900 headlight as well, the lowering is a good deal- as well try honda rebel shocks, $50 ebay shipped, I like the ear shave.

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nope my headlight is an offroad light... a vn900 is possible if you ditch the instrument panel
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You're pretty good with PS. Lol. I might have to send you a picture so I can have you create my dream bike as well. Hah.
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You're pretty good with PS. Lol. I might have to send you a picture so I can have you create my dream bike as well. Hah.
Haha would love to!

Video I shot and edited of my 1985 Vulcan VN750


mounted iphone gps for speedo and milage
custom seat mod
stator replaced
mosfet r/r
gauges and dash removed
baffles drilled
synth oil
ear shave
de goat
412 progressive 11" shocks
Custom paint
NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
cam chain tightened

Coming soon:
spline lube
whitewall tires
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Looks good man, new pipes would set it way off. Maybe wrap 'um...
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Cool Pipes

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Looks good man, new pipes would set it way off. Maybe wrap 'um...
Ya I think your right! Any suggestions as far as pipes or just wrap the stock ones? I already did the baffle drill on the stocks. Didn't notice much of a change tho. Doing the degoat now and possible baffle removal!

Video I shot and edited of my 1985 Vulcan VN750


mounted iphone gps for speedo and milage
custom seat mod
stator replaced
mosfet r/r
gauges and dash removed
baffles drilled
synth oil
ear shave
de goat
412 progressive 11" shocks
Custom paint
NGK Iridium Spark Plugs
cam chain tightened

Coming soon:
spline lube
whitewall tires
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^ Maybe yank the heat sheilds since you're wrapping them anyway? Give the pipes a skinnier look? You could always slap the V&H on there too. Keep the chrome look, get the sound you want, and get the straighter pipe look...
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