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Monday, June 20, 2016

A beautiful and neat figure of Honda street tracker custom

Sean Skinner of MotoRelic Custom Cycles, based in Hamilton Virginia has experienced more than 20 years as a builder. And one thing to remember by the customers, Skinner as a friendly guy and indiscriminate their consumers either small or large projects. He will deploy all of his skills and abilities, as shown in the 1982 Honda Ascot FT500, with a new form as the Street Tracker.
Honda FT500 Street Tracker Custom built by Sean Skinner of MotoRelic Custom Cycles. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1bGmI7)
Skinner began to prune the front fork approximately 10 cm as well as the rear suspension was replaced with remote tube model, which has adjustable damping rate. Construction order redesigned by removing the rear rail. About the choice of the fuel tank, Skinner replace with the Suzuki T250 that better fit with the tracker concept contour.
Front and rear view of Honda FT500 Street Tracker Custom built by Sean Skinner of MotoRelic Custom Cycles. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1bGmI7)
Right side view of Honda FT500 Street Tracker Custom built by Sean Skinner of MotoRelic Custom Cycles. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1bGmI7)
While on the headlight, Skinner played three dimensional, instead of putting on a flat plate, so it is like a bowl. The design looks softer and smoother from all sides with the main lights are now LED. For the painting business, Skinner handed it over to Craig Rutler of Homeward Bound Cycles in Woodbridge Virginia. Honda Factory Racing color painting seems in tune with the figures.

Congenital golden rim is maintained because it is aligned with the Street Tracker. Tires entrusted to Shinko's 705 tire with dual sport tread. Here are several pictures of Honda FT500 Custom. (All pictures taken from: http://adf.ly/1bGmI7)


Its engine still retained used a SOHC, 4 valves engine which has a capacity of 497 cc produces 34 horsepower. Skinner change the look becomes dark with powder coated. The exhaust is designed to sound louder and made from stainless steel until the muffler. "At the stage of completion and the first ignition, my hearing impaired. Its soud is similar to CRF450. Very loud," said Skinner.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of two-wheeled monster and stay alive with the true safety riding. God will forgive Your sins.... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | MOTORELIC]
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