Posts Tagged ‘monster 750’

Monster Project Tank Gold Body Line

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When I gave up the tank for pinstriping, I never expected it to be this good.

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Monster Project Steering Stops

THE TIME HAS COME. Monster project update… one of the happiest in a long time! The new steering stops are in place, and adjustable.

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Monster Project Riding Position

Monster Project unseen shot- me on the Monster with it’s new front end, clip ons, and rear sets. This will be the final riding position. I’m getting all excited because this week I should be getting back my frame all chopped with the new steering stop in place. I dropped off my wheels to Bridge City Cycles day before yesterday to get them powder coated goooold! It’s all coming together.

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Monster Project Headlight

Another Monster Project update… I got quite a few requests to see the new headlight on the Monster, so here you go. A perfect fit.

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Monster Project: Phase 10

Putting the DucaBike rearsets on the Monster Project!

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Monster Project Wish List

The laundry list of parts I need for the Monster Project.

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Monster Project Gold Leafing

Monster Project easer time! Chris Dunlop gold leafing my tank after it was all sanded down…

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The Monster Project: Phase 7

The tank is now in progress. Strip that shit! (Work being done by Jeff Yarrington from Saint Motor Company) In the words of Wiz Khalifa… BLACK AND YELLOW BLACK AND YELLOW.  Kinda looks nice all metal. And now onto the choices… A little mash up I threw together. Or, good ol’ classic.. I think I know where I’m going with this now.

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Monster Project: Phase 3

Cleaning the carbs, bleeding the brakes, and going for my first ride on the Monster Project.

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Monster Project First Run

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Here’s the [really short] footage of the Monster running for the first time in over a year. It was running pretty rough but I was excited that it still started. It growled pretty well the next day after some tinkering. I’ll get around to that blog entry about getting it rolling and riding this weekend soon enough!

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