Yea their web site listed it as a 280 and the rear wheel is 18x10 :bigthumbsup: ................................ really wish I could read German , no translater on the Adobe :dontknow:Medic1210 said:I'm no expert, but that sure looks like a 280 (at least) on the rear.Â Looks like they are ahead of the curve on the rear end mods...Â Â I wonder if they plan on selling these rear wheels.
I don't even think it's beautiful. I appreciate the work but not the finished product. The headlight completely blows it for the entire bike (for me anyway). Starting at the front, V-rod headlight (doesn't flow with the bikes lines and makes the tank look even bigger), which leads my eye to the MASSIVE tank seam which isn't as noticable on a stock 109, then we get back to the rear of the bike. Sure it looks cool but doesn't match the rest of the bike. I think for the bike to look more even, the builder needs to kick the front out another 6 or 7 degrees and put a 21" up front. Oh yeah, changing out that hideous headlamp might help, or keep the stock one.BlackCherry said:Germany's answer?
What was the question? How to screw up a perfectly good M109R and make it look like a VTX/V-Rod clone? I hate the V-Rod headlight and I had to look at the bike for a few minutes to even realize it WAS an M109R. At least you should have filled in the tank seam while doing all the rest of the body work. The bike is beautiful, but it no longer looks like an M109R in my opinion, and that's a bad thing. To each his own. It's definitely different, just not for me.