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Old 1st September 2005, 16:21   #1
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Default Pics: American Chopper in Mumbai!!!

Been seeing this "American Chopper" for quite sometime. Note the name on the tank. Its made by some "RB" as mentioned on the bike. It is originally an Enticer I think.



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Old 1st September 2005, 16:28   #2
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Oh man...what a bike...i love it! BAAAH!

Why would somebody do that to an enticer...

...Why God...Why...

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Old 1st September 2005, 17:51   #3
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yes guys it is an enticer . it does its rounds in andheri itself . nice work done on the bike but didnt appeal that much to me .
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I dont think its a real chopper... and as far as i know ... The Choppers don write by RB or something... Onwers are Paul and Paul Jr.
Looks good though.
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I dont think its a real chopper... and as far as i know ... The Choppers don write by RB or something... Onwers are Paul and Paul Jr.
Looks good though.
no dude its an confirmed enticer
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Old 1st September 2005, 18:33   #6
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no dude its an confirmed enticer
I knew it was not a real one but ... i read the topic American Chopper in Mumbai .. thats why i wrote that ....
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Old 1st September 2005, 19:05   #7
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I knew it was not a real one but ... i read the topic American Chopper in Mumbai .. thats why i wrote that ....
Don't blast this bike guys. Some of the parts in there are actually functional. Take a look:-

1) The radiator adds 25 hp + by reducing CHT and onset of detonation.

2) The 140 section rear tyre aids traction in repeated dragstrip launches. The lightweight Pulsar Magnesium alloy wheels (really, did you think they were just aluminum?) reduce unsprung weight.

3) Note the billet triple clamps and the rear passenger footrests.

4) The exhaust system uses cutting edge pulse wave technology to supercharge the cylinder by upto 50% at peak power.

5) RB doesn't mean Race Bike - it refers to the makers who are legends in drag racing and obviously are using their heritage to full advantage.


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Don't blast this bike guys. Some of the parts in there are actually functional. Take a look:-

1) The radiator adds 25 hp + by reducing CHT and onset of detonation.

2) The 140 section rear tyre aids traction in repeated dragstrip launches. The lightweight Pulsar Magnesium alloy wheels (really, did you think they were just aluminum?) reduce unsprung weight.

3) Note the billet triple clamps and the rear passenger footrests.

4) The exhaust system uses cutting edge pulse wave technology to supercharge the cylinder by upto 50% at peak power.

5) RB doesn't mean Race Bike - it refers to the makers who are legends in drag racing and obviously are using their heritage to full advantage.


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Im not blasting dude. I dont have technical knowledge about bikes so said its good thats it. I jus said it not a american chopper.
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i guess that radiator's a dummy one. he doesnt have a water-jacket around the cylinder.
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Originally Posted by ananthkamath
Don't blast this bike guys. Some of the parts in there are actually functional. Take a look:-

1) The radiator adds 25 hp + by reducing CHT and onset of detonation.

2) The 140 section rear tyre aids traction in repeated dragstrip launches. The lightweight Pulsar Magnesium alloy wheels (really, did you think they were just aluminum?) reduce unsprung weight.

3) Note the billet triple clamps and the rear passenger footrests.

4) The exhaust system uses cutting edge pulse wave technology to supercharge the cylinder by upto 50% at peak power.

5) RB doesn't mean Race Bike - it refers to the makers who are legends in drag racing and obviously are using their heritage to full advantage.


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Hehehe

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Im not blasting dude. I dont have technical knowledge about bikes so said its good thats it. I jus said it not a american chopper.
Sorry if you took offense..I just said it to enhance the effect of my humorous attack on the bike, that's it....
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hi guys thats a confirmed enticer this bike belongs to my friend faizal and its got an oversize piston i guess 3rd oversize and a cone shaped air fillter definately not k&n some other local brand and the radiator is a dummy 1 does not function at all all show overall nice work done really well but not many people know its an enticer mods done by the owners idea with some local mechanics from tardeo....
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Someone had already posted a pic of this bike parked in a mall. Ya that radiator is very convenient to block airflow to the engine. Otherwise nice effort. Isint the stock Enticer wheel smaller in dia and fatter than the pulsar 17" wheel.
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If you guys wanna see a real Indian Chopper, pick up the inaugural BIKE India. TBHPian Bunny Punia and the editor have a nice report. And the bikes are bloody good.
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some more pics of the same bike at inorbit parking malad.



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