Dyno Bobber Cruiser

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  1. culvercityclassic

    culvercityclassic Well-Known Member

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    Dyno Bobber Cruiser

    This is the latest from wolfcreativecustoms.com


    The bike is now complete and running. This is an extremely solid build with all the best parts and attention to every detail.

    The following is a list of what this bike has:

    • Dyno Frame
    • Husky wheel set with front drum Sturmey Archer 11 g. spokes
    • Tsubaki RS41 roller chain
    • WCC modified Manic Mechanic sprocket and adapter
    • Manic Mechanic billet intake
    • Cheng Shin Tires
    • Raw 66 motor ported intake and exhaust
    • WCC expansion chamber with lazer cut ported flange
    • WCC motor mounts
    • Custom front brake arm bracket
    • WCC in-frame custom gas tank
    • WCC complete custom air brush paint w/ 2 part clear coat
    • WCC air intake on carb
    • Ignition upgrade with new cable and NGK cap and plug


    The bike is available for purchase

    culvercityclassic
     

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  2. headtrama

    headtrama New Member

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    Looks good
     
  3. r00t4rd3d

    r00t4rd3d New Member

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    I want one of them pipes but Im scared to ask how much it cost.
     
  4. wheelbender6

    wheelbender6 Active Member

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    Righteous! Well selected parts. Its a clean look without a lot of extra cables, baskets, wires, etc.
    What is the tank made from?
     
  5. culvercityclassic

    culvercityclassic Well-Known Member

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    The tank is made from 18 gauge sheet metal. Tank sealer on the inside and air brush paint w/ clear coat.
     
  6. BADBOOH

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    Very clean and cool. real nice build, I like!
     
  7. raneyd

    raneyd Doug in Wyoming

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    I have the same frame, are you interested in making another tank and selling it?
     
  8. Venice Motor Bikes

    Venice Motor Bikes Custom Builder / Dealer/Los Angeles

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    'Dyno Jeff' does it again! (They keep gettin' better & better!) (^)
     
  9. azbill

    azbill Active Member

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    nice job !!!
    a very clean looking bike (^)
    the brake arm bracket is a cool piece as well ;)
     
  10. sandiego

    sandiego New Member

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    here's my dyno, i love these frames

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  11. Goat Herder

    Goat Herder Gutter Rider

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    So how do I get my Grubby Paws on one of these frames? I have done some Googling but not enough is there any key words? Any body?

    Culvercityclassic do you sell this frame? I want a frame just your your black one pictured above. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
     
  12. sandiego

    sandiego New Member

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    they don't make dyno cruisers anymore you'll have to find one on craigslist
     
  13. Goat Herder

    Goat Herder Gutter Rider

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    Yeah buddy! Sending my money to a stranger on Craigslist:(
     
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  14. culvercityclassic

    culvercityclassic Well-Known Member

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    Re: Dyno Bobber Cruiser/ Street Tracker now

    This bike was setup for the bobber style but it just was not the ride or look that I wanted. I did a swap with the bars to the common style that I like. The bars I use are motorcyle bars which do not flex at all, this makes for a very good ride.

    The bike runs good but nothing like my other ones with the SLANT HEADS... hint hint

    I am going to do a head swap and see what the difference is. I will report back on that one...fosho

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    Great looking build. I think it looked pretty phat with the ape hangers, but it looks more speedy with the new bars! I like the handlebar clamp too! Awesome build
     
  16. tommyboy1442

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    culver, one bad ride, turning out good, looks tuff and has that clean new age look to it. good taste.you and venice both have some graet minds workin up there, and so many others that i could name all day. im currently buildin one as well but its made by kustom kruiser( a division of gt bicycles) and they own dyno also as some might not know.anyways its the same except for a few different parts and head badges. also ive noticed some dyos dont have the gusset by the head tube and they usually dont come with the fat tire out back.i put a few pics up of my ride. its not done just mockin everything up yet and im in the makes of a polished aluminum tank like yours only tapered in towards the back section both for looks and to keep the sharp edges away from my legs.ill post pics also when shes done.i still have to polish some aluminum parts and swap some nuts for spike bolts but shes gettin there. currently i have about $2300 invested in this bike.
     

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    couple other pics... currently workin on kustom chain tensioner, exhuast,tank,and filling my wallet only to drain it-lol!!!
     

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  18. Goat Herder

    Goat Herder Gutter Rider

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    Where did ya get the bars there interesting for something I had in mind. The speedometer skull combo looks like a rear winner(^) Loving it makes me glade I finally scored a Dyno too:)


    What size tire you have on the back of that? Something I had in mind for mine as well?
     
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  19. culvercityclassic

    culvercityclassic Well-Known Member

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    Tommyboy...

    That bike is super sweet, I have picked up that same bike for my kid. That back tire looks nice. All those polished parts take time. You are creative with that choke lever. I could go on and on after looking at those pictures.

    Did you do any mods to the motor? What kind of pipe are you gona run.

    How is the tank coming along?


    The bars on this build are stock DYNO bars...


    CCC
     
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  20. Allen_Wrench

    Allen_Wrench Resident Mad Scientist

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    Re: Dyno Bobber Cruiser/ Street Tracker now

    Maybe it's just a matter of personal taste, but with those shorter handle bars on it, I really drool over that bike. I think it is just excellent the way it is now.
     

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