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WIN A NEW Deadbeat Customs headlamp!

New, limited-edition Xs650 Chopper T-shirt in Stock – Ready to ship to your doormat.. * Free Shipping in the USA! Premium 6.0 oz –Heavyweight T-shirt.

Deadbeat Customs is kindly offered their yellow lens headlamp for a giveaway!

Buy a T-shirt and be entered to win a yellow lens headlamp..

Deadbeat Customs quality motorcycle headlamp – Rock a yellow lens and light up the night with this beauty – 4.5″ Bates Style Headlamp features a TT&Co – H4 yellow lens with black housing, 3 wire high/ low beam. The winner will also get a Deadbeat Customs snapback trucker hats. Nice right?

Support XS650 Chopper. Buy A T-shirt Contest ends on  11/30/14

* Contest winner will need to pay shipping OUT of the USA. 

Thanks Deadbeat Customs!!

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Brit Style Bobber

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John – This XS650 started out as a 1981 Special, it took me over two years to complete and I finished it last summer. I had in mind a post war, British style, vintage custom bike, and (although it didn’t necessarily transfer into the finished bike!) took inspiration from Falcon motorcyles, Atom Bomb Customs, Shinya Kimura, Earl Kane, and Jeff Decker plus a lot of bikes on here. Continue Reading →

Aaron 1980 XS650

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Aaron – So i bought this bike from a fella in Austin TX. originally it was red. But the desire to customize it took over almost immediately. I haven’t gone too crazy though. I really wanted to just change the look enough to feel like it’s mine.
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Standard restored 650C

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Jacksdad – I imported this bike from Ohio 3 years ago, it had been stood for exactly 20 years, I had it running within 24 hours! Since then I’ve totally restored it, new piston rings, fitted a Hughs PMA kit, electronic ignition, a High lift cam kit from Heiden Tuning, 2″ stainless – exhaust downpipes, K&N air filters, now running ike a dream!  Just about every part has been repainted, polished or replaced with stainless steel, including rebuillt wheels with the superb standard alloy rims, just beautiful! I also have a set of 1970’s white side panniers and frame, ready for some touring as soon as I get the time….  This is my “keeper”, not planning on ever parting with it. Continue Reading →

rusty

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Martin – had this a while now , call her rusty made most of the custom parts bars seat pipes etc rides great and goes like stink just rode a 160 trip and she never missed a beat. Continue Reading →

Jed’s Orange Happiness

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Jed Prentiss – I stumbled upon this site a couple of years ago just before Christmas and I knew I had found my new winter project. 2 months later with $800 in hand, I drove to NH and purchased this 1979 XS in rough, but running condition. The next 8 months were spent compiling parts and looking at every XS bobber I could find online.

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1979 XS wicked greasy

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I bought a 74 xs/tx from a guy in CT he said he had another bike without paperwork i could have for 200.00 that’s what I built this bike from. I wanted a bike that I didn’t have to worry about scratching or getting dirty so I built it beat up. All the wires are showing. I have had nothing but trouble stuffing wires into cans and using little battery’s. It does have a pamco  (smart money) groovy red metal flake grips and a bitch’n old bike pedal kicker. I built the exhaust from a DIY kit and wrapped it because my welds where crap and it looked awful ( isn’t that what that wrap stuff is for)  Most of the other stuff is just like everyone else’s bike. It leaks oil I don’t care its loud I really don’t care. This the third bike I have built and it is my favorite starts every time never gives me trouble. Continue Reading →