One builder/owner bike with over $18K invested – 46,000 happy miles
This is in effect a Harley Soft Tail Clone. Specifically it is a 2005 Bikers Choice EZChoppa with a clear N.J. REC title.
The last photo image and the youtube video below were taken on Wednesday May 18th
Bike highlights include:
Kraft Tech soft tail frame with a stretch of 5” up & 3 1/2” out and 38 degree rake with chrome rear fender struts.
S&S 96” Super Stock Big Twin natural finish (Evo style) (#31-9286) engine with factory recommended compression releases and a Super E carburetor with idle adjustment t-handle - Mileage has consistently been between 45MPG (cold) with a max of 55MPG. First tank of this opening season came in at 51MPG
Twin Power 5 Speed Transmission.
Wide Glide forks with chrome billet triple trees and 6” over-length chrome lower legs.
Chrome billet forward controls.
Chrome-look braided brake, clutch, and throttle lines/cables.
16” Chrome Apes with internal wiring and chrome controls.
Vivid polished stainless oil bag.
Chrome inner and outer primary covers.
Rolled Sportster style gas tank (3.4 gal).
Cycle Shack “shotgun” headers with traditional fishtail slip-ons and 4” custom-tuned baffles (pipes were high-temp coated and still look good-as-new).
Wheels: 21” chrome spoke front and 15” chrome spoke rear.
Tires: AVON 21” AV029 front, and Avon 15” AM42 Venom rear (200 series).
“BACK OFF” flashing brake module, “BACK OFF” Penta-Star turn signal module, 2 ½” LED front turn signals & 2 ½” LED rear turn and brake signals/lights, Flashing LED license plate brake light, custom-made flashing LED Fender brake light, and CREE beyond hyper-bright C.O.B. spot lights attached to the front foot pegs.
Corbin solo seat with aftermarket matching suction-cupped passenger pad.
Frame and fenders are powder-coated high gloss black while the gas tank is professionally painted high gloss black.
After-market front frame bag (10"x5"x3"), and left side bag (10"x8"x4") with a custom made side bag mount fixed to the fender strut and frame.
I have the reputation of "attention-to-detail" that stretches into the anal end of the spectrum. I build and ride with passion, but I also build and ride with care. This will be the third custom or customized bike I've sold on Chopper Exchange. Photos of the other two can be provided upon request. This was my first attempt at a build-from-scratch and it has evolved into a pleasure to behold and to ride. >46K happy miles will tell you that it's a comfortable "rider" and not just another pretty face (or a failed project that someone is just trying to get out from under) .
I’m now approaching 73 yrs old and even though it kills me to sell such a beautiful and comfortable chopper, it’s time for it to go to a lucky new owner.
I have many wonderful memories of this baby (as you can tell from the photos), from the day I picked up the parts, to the day it will go to a new home. It has been a true labor of love and it will be a sad day...