Check out these scoots

Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by streetisneat, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. streetisneat

    streetisneat Member

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    And I thought my scoot was special!!
     

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  2. stefdustin

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    These bikes are really nice but there is nothing like the good ole American V-Twin........My Opinion!
     
  3. nrs2420

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    I wouldn't mind riding one of those plane engine ones. The big bikes don't do much for me.
     
  4. Locke

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    Great pics, I enjoy seeing new stuff...... may not want one but like Hobbit said the Engineering is unreal and the fab skills are great!
     
  5. Iceman24

    Iceman24 Well-Known Member

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    Most definitely agree w/Hobbit & Locke...interested in the plane engine(s) to see how they sound & ride.

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  6. xlcruser

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    Those are pretty awesome. I like that big black job.
     
  7. jaceddie

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    Some great looking bikes, but I wonder if they're ridable? Some looks too big for me to try and hold up.
     
  8. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

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    Very cool, I have a picture of a stock H D frame with a v- 8 Chevy motor sitting sideways not a boss hoss but sideways from Sturgis 92, if I can find it I will scan it and post it . It was hideous but rideable but not my cup of tea tooooo wide LOL
     
  9. HDDon

    HDDon Experienced Member Contributor Retired Moderators

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    The silver bike with the rotary was built by Jessie James and it is rideable. According the article I read James did a lot of research and found the small rotary engine that produced just the right blend of HP and Troque for his project.
     
  10. Mainah

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    Reminds me of a guy back in the 60s EJ Potter and his bike the Widow Maker I saw him run a couple of times, talk about crazy, good, real good crazy. A 283 hilborn injected chevy could smoke the racemaster slick the length of the quarter mile.