Got here a ’72 XS650 with a TC Bros weld on hard tail, TCB forward controls, TCB electrics can, TCB lane splitter bars, Lowbrow GT grips, stock hand controls, stock drivetrain, Biltwell seat, Sporty tank and other stuff that I’m sure I’m forgetting I’m forgetting. Continue Reading →
John – I built this bike in 2 weeks. Originally traded it for my 77 Gs1000 I nailed together in a week and rode for 2 years. Met a guy that fell in love and traded me a bone stock 77 special it sat in the garage for 3 years and then mid August I decided to spend the cash to pick up the last pieces I wanted to build it right and spot on. Continue Reading →
Miss little xs was born in 1975 … I put it together over a year ago … just before hearing a dirty engine noise … Bearing crankshaft death.
So the little old lady was redone from top to bottom. it excites me and gives me almost as much fun as my Harley evo .But the walls of the garage can not be extended …
She is for sale …enjoy pictures
I started looking for a project bike when it began getting somewhat warm here in Wisconsin (above 40 F). I had an image in mind of what I was going for but I’m sure all of you know, a project is never as easy as it seems. So many setbacks such as breaking my collarbone at the beginning of summer, wrong parts, ordering every jet combination to see what works, three exhaust options cause I can’t stand really loud exhaust, to breaking the Pamco Ignition right off the bat and wondering if it’s even worth it. Now I am finally 100% done (for now) and it was defiantly worth it. 1981 XS650 Kick Only. Continue Reading →
We had a local professor (PHD…hence the whole “doctor thing) contact us about his ailing old XS650 he had collecting dust in his garage. He wanted it all made right but he also wanted a bit of the “not off the shelf” appeal. So we had our marching orders and got busy. Continue Reading →
John Goodenough – Halco Tuning Monster – Always knew it was something special with the halco tuning badge.
Decided to build a cafe racer, so for the first time ( in my hands ) the motor came out. Careful measurements tell us 95mm stroke and 87.5 pistons. The motor was done in Johannesburg by a guy who would fly to halco in the uk with cranks in his hand luggage!! Continue Reading →