750cc tracker project

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Mark – I built a bobber a couple summers ago and I thought I would like to try a tracker style of bike. It has the 750cc cylinder kit, 34vm Mikuni’s, braced swing-arm, home made fork brace, piggyback KYB shocks, Omars tail.

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Still waiting for the Hughes PMA kit and a bunch of stuff from Mikes XS, Pamco etc. I just have to finish up the wiring get a chain and a bunch of loose ends and I should be good to go?
Hope you like it.

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Comments

  1. turdherder says:

    Great looking job, hope you enjoy it!

  2. fanoboss says:

    I have to get my xs750 on…anyone need a electric guitar/amp, lol. Cool bike Mark, I’d love to see/hear a video of this bad boy. Rock on XS650 !!!

  3. Barney says:

    Loose ends… that’s what sucks up all the ca$h.

  4. turdherder says:

    Touch’e Barney, true words of experience!!!

  5. davethewrench says:

    what about the chain??

  6. captBill says:

    what sized back wheel did you use?

  7. mark says:

    No chain because I’m waiting on a 33 tooth rear sprocket. I used an RD400 rear wheel, 18″. 39t on the 400 wheel which would end up being tractor gearing…

  8. davethewrench says:

    I think I have a 32 on my XS chopper with a 18″ rear, I like it

  9. Pekka says:

    How did you line up the rear sprocket and brake disk? I had to make 5mm spacer for the sprocket and 10mm spacer for the disk for my 18″ RD400 conversion.

  10. terry cullen says:

    awsome looking xs , i will get there to see it someday . but nice workmanship and like the colours

  11. mark says:

    Thanks for the compliments guys. Regarding the rear wheel. My chain alignment is pretty close as is. I may machine some “washers” to bring the sprocket over slightly.
    I ran a Suzuki Bandit under slung caliper so that was a from scratch mod.