Wednesday, November 30, 2011

New Velocity Stack....Want One?

My buddy Duane Carr made me this awesome velocity stack for my turbo bike. This is the first one he ever made so the next ones will be even nicer.  He will make it any length you want and polish it if desired.  This is a nice piece, superior to any I could find on line for the price we can deliver these at. You're looking at 110 bucks plus shipping from Columbia Tennessee.
If interested here's Duane's Facebook page.

This thing should be up and running any day now. I can hardly wait till I feel the power of BOOST again. Maybe I can take her for a pass at the Mooneyes Christmas Show. Wouldn't that be fun? Hey Gavin! You wanna take her for a pass???


Those New York Jokers build bikes for people who know nothing about bikes or fabrication. With the machinery they have at their disposal they should be able to conjur up something a lot more esthetically pleasing and crafty than the stuff they have been building pays the bills by using those signboards on wheels to draw attention from people who don't know what they are looking at. If there are any bike builders out there that believe these guys are anything other than bolt together mechanics I will be surprised. To give credit where it's due, the kat doing all the sheet metal work at occ knows what's up and I'm sure the only reason he is there is because the money is too good to leave. I also have to admit the stuff junior has come up with lately shows a lot more craftsman ship and taste, he might be a real bad ass some day. He should ask Jesse if he can apprentice for him for a few years. I'm sure in any private conversations they are totally aware of Jesses' contribution and the giant imprint he made on the biker community. If you are new to bikes or just watch the stupid show then your oppinions are meaningless. No matter who "wins" on tv, Jesse's shit will be the real deal and the lacking competition should try to learn a few things about an artist doing what he does best. I for one am very excited to see Jesse back in the shop and doing what gave him the biggest name in bikes since Arlen Ness.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

SEMA 2011 continued....feature car, The Roadrattler

Built by Spitzer Concepts and owned by Jim Mitchell This Roadrunner has to be the slickest ever built. Although it looks like a lot of the trim is stock nothing is. Every piece of this thing has been fabricated and one of the primary materials is carbon fibre. One of the most perfectly chopped tops I have ever seen, Cut to hell but maintaining the original body lines, looking still like a Roadrunner. Full tube chassis, independent suspension at all 4 corners and a giant carbon fibre drenched 528 Hemi under the hood! what more could you ask? I think it's love!

Monday, November 28, 2011

SEMA 2011 continued....feature car, Ring Brothers Mustang

As usual, thye Ring brothers created a show stopper for Sema. The amount of detail and asthetic of their creations are second to none.  Can anyone tell what the most extensive modification is on this car???? It's a BIG difference but may be difficult to spot from a picture. Show me your smarts!

SEMA 2011 continued....feature car, Comet

You might have walked right past this little Merc but it was too nice to not take a second look. All very nice on Bags and 18's but the real suprise was under the hood...That's one wild set of throttle bodies on that late ford modular motor. Crazy Dadio!!

SEMA 2011 continued....feature car Mini

Couldn't get much info on this Mini but like they say, "A picture is worth a thousand words." From the back you almost couldn't tell it wasn't stock.

Friday, November 25, 2011

SEMA 2011 continued....feature car

INNOVATOR is probably the most modified Nova in existance. The craftmenship and imagination that went into this car is phenominal. The subtely chopped top to the lowered beltline this thing has a rediculas amount of man power in it's making. There is so much going on with this car that it woulkd take an entire web site to describe. I looked at this thing fr at least an hour.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

SEMA 2011 continued....feature car

This Vette is an awesome sight to behold, like most SEMA show cars. This thing is completely over the top, all C-6 underpinnings and subtle body mods, this has got to be one of the best examples of a pro touring vette yet conceived.  Study these pics closely to catch all the work that went into this thing. Amazing!  More to follow.