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Mad Bohemian

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  1. No, the fork and neck are also stock, the frame mods are all in the rear where I lowered the seat pan rails then and widened it for the modified fender
  2. This bike still inspires me....hard to believe I did this with my own hands! My 82' 750 Yamaha Maxim, "VooDoo" Some of the BBB boys have seen her 'in the flesh' This is what she looked like, non-running, when I got her home. This is what she looks like today
  3. Ditto that!! I hate you guys that make this chit look so easy....... not really, but you know what I mean
  4. I think you already named it yerself... "Captain Am's HoneyDew" or some variation there of...
  5. Good thing you live so far away, or I'd be in deep do-do with the missus because I'd be heading over with the trailer But I already have one Shadow 500 on the lift and my CB900 build that I'm starting ...if I start talkin' about anudder project I'll get , then this... lol... not really Those little Shadow are a great build platform, my very first buld was a Shadow 500 Keep it and chop it!!
  6. Nevermind.... think I got it fingered out..
  7. I'm starting to develop concepts for my cb900 build. I 'm thinking about going with a dual tank setup like a harley fat bob or softail to maybe hide some of the electrical components between the tanks. Figured you guys would be 'in the know' as far as the distance between the tanks in a stock set up, are they all pretty close to the same or are they all different? Just wondering how hard it would be to find or fabricate the panel between the tanks for various widths. thanks! MB
  8. If it's a marble effect.. I got this using HOKs marbelizer paint..
  9. Until I saw that keyboard disclaimer I was thinkin', This guys is either really hammered, or it's some foreign language I don't know about :roflmao: How long does the light stay on, what does it take to get it to turn off...?
  10. The trike can wait...spend some time with mom
  11. Very nice work!!
  12. Look into ceramic coating... they have different colors available...
  13. Wow, that is really cool. That's basically the look I'm going for, only with the scales fading to nothing as they go back from the front of the panel. I am thinking of using polyester mesh, like in batting cages for the material. It's a little stiffer than a fishnet stocking, but it's the only thing I can find in a hex pattern, other than chicken wire. Ideally, I'd like to use a 2 tone gloss base coat, then lay the mesh down and put on a satin black top coat. So it'll look kinda like This... If I do that, though, will I have to forget about clear coating? or is there a way to get a matte AND gloss finish look, even after clear coating it? When I did that paint job I just went to a fabric store and asked them what kind of mesh they had for like clothes hampers and such. Depending on how you stretch the material you can kinda of get some 'movement' to the finished look...
  14. Really liking the look of this bike! Love the stance and profile! Suhweet! At first I thought rumblechop was gonna run away with the BBO this year... but as I peruse the builds on here, it looks like it's gonna turn into a real horse race!! Kudos to all the builders here.
  15. Made the aircooled version as well, works great! I just stick the feeder tube right in the box of baking soda!