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Discussion in 'Custom Mods' started by canecorso, Aug 16, 2018.

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    canecorso The custom seat man

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    Ok it’s gone:) should I Make some kind of rack for the top of trunk that can come off and on when needed?
     
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    Ishrub Retired and loving it!

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    canecorso The custom seat man

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    Wow your tough Ishrub no one else is saying anything they must be scared of you lol
     
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    Allan S Simple African lad with a Rocket

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    I think bit bigger would be more useful
     
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    canecorso The custom seat man

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    My idea was to make a trunk that looks like part of the Rocket that’s not bigger then the fender kind of flows with the size of bike sitting on the fender, I think I did that , it’s going to be able to hold what I need like work out bag or my leather jacket and gloves I might even get a full size helmet in . :)
    I might even put it on a mechanism that will go back so I can use it behind my double seat when wife wants to come.
     
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    Ishrub Retired and loving it!

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    Nothing further from the truth, I'm a much more cuddly teddy bear than even @BigNorm - without the stogie too!

    Just keeping it simple but if you want the long version - 'NO!' ;):D
     
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    canecorso The custom seat man

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    Ok I designed another radiator cover that curves down around the side of my spoiler and fog lights will be built in.
    I now it’s hard to see both details but which one looks the best?
     

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    canecorso The custom seat man

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    I did a Sccop for my tank , need to put spacer in to lift my garages higher, hopefully this project will be all done in metal and painted orange with black cobra strips, winter project.
    going to curve and make back fender Longer to insert license plate and have brake light slits in fender.
    And I made a wind deflector.
    What do you guys think of the flow and look?
     

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    BigNorm Boobie Inspector

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    It looks good. Does it make it difficult to access the gas cap?
     
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    canecorso The custom seat man

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    No there be a spacer to lift my gauges up higher, and then the gas neck will be extended up through the scoop and cap will be flush on to of scoop.The scoop will be part of the tank.
     
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