Phillip is one of them. He was the owner of an original Twincam Softail but was bored with it.
The man wanted a fatter rear section and a larger front end.
We designed and fabricated a complete new chopper frame according his wishes.
In almost every occassion we mount a small chopper tank on bikes like this, but Phillip definately wanted to keep the original gas tank. In the meantime we fabricated a Jesse James style rear fender and tight, radius bended license plate holder. We also mounted one of our round oil tanks. A nice black L&L Flow Glide front end with matching handlebar and big headlight finishes the front side of this chopper.
So we mounted the original gas tank and actually, that wasn’t bad at all. Honestly, it’s looking really good. For us also a different combination as we’re used to. Once the tank was mounted the chopper appeared much bigger.
Hence we had to make a bigger exhaust to keep the overall look balanced.
Phillip indicated which exhaust look he’d like best and we welded the 60mm pipes together. Mufflers were fitted and the tips were turned outward extra far.
All that’s left to do is a set of forward controls, a front fender before the chopper is ready for paint.
L&L sells Japanese chopper part from the Japanese Tokyo Thug label.
New are these 2 new extra small gas tanks for old skool and/or Frisco fans. Japanese parts are verry expensive and hard to get, but we try hard to keep our prices as low as possible.
The Slimrib tank with the cap on the side, Frisco tunnel and the petcock at the lowest point cost only 595,- Euro (sounds like a lot but it ain’t, go and see for yourself) and the the Slimbob, with the Friscotunnel and gascap on the highest point only for 495 Euro.
These are very special gastanks you’ll only find in the radical chopperscene of Japan.
If you want your chopper to look different…check these!
L&L Choppers announces new frame in the attacKIT series!
L&L now offers a new, short model frame for Evo Sportster engines.
It’s a single downtube hardtail frame with a slightly larger neck angle.
attacKIT Single Downtube frame for Sportster
Due to the single downtube your chopper gets an even more classic appearance.
For all the rest the attacKIT concept remains the same like with the Bobber and/or Chopper edition.
Which means you can almost use every single part from your stock Evo Sportster to assemble a kick ass chopper.
That’s the way to keep the costs very low and give your Sporty a complete different look.