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07 c2 short chop
Old 08-02-2016, 05:47 PM   #1
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07 c2 short chop

After an eternal 6 months of my bike being in a different state from me, I've finally managed to get it shipped out from CA to CO where i moved. Finally I can pick up my build where I left off and get a running start. Im primarily making this thread to keep a log of the progress on my build, i've already done some work on my bike in the last year but theres still tons left on my to do list. I started with a stock 07 vt750c2, and started hacking away and stripping parts. Things i've done so far include:
* 4* timing advance
* swap stock handlebars for clubmans
* remove 15lbs of junk hoses
* install sporty tank
* chopped stock exhaust
* k&n style air filter and crankcase breather filter
* chopped stock seat to solo size

Heres a brief timeline of the transformation of my bike

a year ago, first modifications after buying it stock
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sporty tank, blacked out some plastic parts
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how she stands today
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Old 08-02-2016, 05:50 PM   #2
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my baby is well on her way to realizing her full fledged potential as a beastly machine. but there are a few minor projects I have yet to complete.

* cut passenger pegs
* mount trailer fender
* fabricate sissy bar and mount
* cut remaining fender struts
* cut airbox mounts from cylinder heads
* install fork gaiters
* fabricate lowering struts or install shorter progressive shocks

so far Ive formed the inside edge of the flat trailer fender to the curved portion of the swingarm brace, so I have a better fit to somehow mount the fender. unless I end up going towards a floating fender look, I want to fab up a sissy bar to support the rear end of the fender. trouble is, because of the shape of the swingarm on the shaft drive side, i cant think of where to mount the ends of the sissy bar. I may end up removing the shocks for struts, and using the extra space inside the shock mounts to squeeze in the sissy bar. only thing is, im not too fond of the angle if the bar went from the shock mounts to the end of the fender. the picture might help this make more sense

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Old 08-02-2016, 08:12 PM   #3
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