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Old 26th February 2012, 10:00   #16
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Thanks guys for all the comments and inputs. It took quite an effort to get here.but now I feel I can help out the people who are planning as I have learnt a lot in the process.i had to spend a lot of time in getting it done the way I wanted,i have got some good support from banjara harley guys without them i wouldn't be able to pull of such a thing.i am happy that it turned out really good...thank you guys.
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Old 26th February 2012, 12:17   #17
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Feels great to see the bobber on Team-Bhp. Bike looks more brutal in the flesh..Congrats D!
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Awesome looking sportster! Great job indeed. I am looking to change the seat on my 48 to a springer. Which one are you using? From the pics it looks like the HD seat. I am considering that and the Rich Philips.

How practical is it to ride without a fender up front? Any issues faced so far?

Your comments will help me out to plan the future mods on my bike.
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Awesome looking sportster! Great job indeed. I am looking to change the seat on my 48 to a springer. Which one are you using? From the pics it looks like the HD seat. I am considering that and the Rich Philips.

How practical is it to ride without a fender up front? Any issues faced so far?

Your comments will help me out to plan the future mods on my bike.

Yes I m using the Harley spring seat.with the fender off ,it's not that bad you will need to watch out for water or wet patches.if you ride slow over water it should be fine,else it will spill up.
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Yes I m using the Harley spring seat.with the fender off ,it's not that bad you will need to watch out for water or wet patches.if you ride slow over water it should be fine,else it will spill up.
Oh ok. Thanks for the info. I've decided more or less on the Rich Philips seat. I felt the Harley seat was too slippery under hard acceleration. Would you care to comment on that? I'm a big guy and slipping backwards was a little unnerving to be honest. I'm looking to order in the next couple days.
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Here is new video of my bike...!

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Hi freakrz,

thats a really cool bike and its great to see this kind of stuff happening in India. I wanted to ask you, does HD India void your warranty for exhaust mods? Do you get your bike serviced from HD or local shops?

Thanks in advance!

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Sorry for the late reply,if you care about the warranty issued by HoG India,you cannot do any mods outside the Harley workshop.only parts installed by the showroom people are valid and rest are out of warranty.so its just your personal risk.but trust me outside india,people install aftermarket stuff like exhausts,air filters etc and they work just fine.it just depends on the people who install stuff on the bike.you need to make sure they know what they are doing.

In USA you also have an option for the showroom people to install different types of exhausts aprat from screaming eagles and have a valid warranty.I dont see that coming to india in the near future.they are busy selling their own stuff.

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Hi freakrz,

thats a really cool bike and its great to see this kind of stuff happening in India. I wanted to ask you, does HD India void your warranty for exhaust mods? Do you get your bike serviced from HD or local shops?

Thanks in advance!

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Here is a more recent video of my bobber.
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