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Monday, October 10, 2016

Meet special edition of F3 Rocketer

Brass Balls Cycles F3 Rocketer is the limited edition motorcycle products based on exactly the same with its prototype that won the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building (of production class), which produced as many as 15 units, and one of them has been delivered to its customers who living in the United States.
Brass Balls Cycles F3 Rocketer. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1eWxaB)
Brass Balls Cycles F3 Rocketeer motorcycles are rare in the officially accredited NHTSA so much easier to be registered and insured. Brass Balls Cycle itself has been doing the business for 10 years and their products are the most well-known until now was the Brawler GT that was co-designed by Tim Allen of Home Improvement and Last Man Standing fame.

F3 Rocketeer is a combination of the models of American minimalist bobber with a few extra touches such additional modern part of motorcycle brake performance as well as driving comfort improvement. The highlights of this bike is the front brake system using Beringer hydraulic brake hub that is typically used on small airplanes. This gives the dimensions are more dense than standard twin disc brakes, and of course the brakes must have very good braking power.
Right side view of Brass Balls Cycles F3 Rocketer. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1eWxaB)
Tank and fenders are made of aluminum plate that is milled with CNC machines, where the motorcycle tank is made of four plates which are then welded prior to pressure testing, after then finished like a mirror.
Left side view of Brass Balls Cycles F3 Rocketer. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1eWxaB)
These bike uses a classic V-Twin S&S SH93H engine with a capacity of 93 cubic inches (1,520 cc), and a compression ratio of 9:1:1, also using a forged piston, S&S Super stock dual-plug cylinder head, S&S Hydraulic valve train, roller rocker arm and S&S Super stock single fire ignition system combined with S&S Super Carburettor.

Those engine power is supplied to the belt through a Primo 6-speed transmission, other than that the bike is also equipped with a chain final drive. So there will be no two the same motorcycle, which the owner can choose the finishing according to their taste, although fundamentally the bike's spec can not be changed.

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