Full Custom RM Chopper

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I thought I had already posted a topic of this build before.But I guess not.

I know ive put pics up in other thread topics.

Anyways seeing as there is a few chopper threads,thought some of you fella's might enjoy this one.(Has been posted on other forums,so I apologize if you have seen it before)

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A list of things done to build the bike.

Below is scratch made parts/components;

Frame.

Bottom triple clamp and forks (made from aluminum tube with Knead-it epoxy putty on the ends shaped to a point).

Handle bars (2.4 aluminum rod).

Rear brake caliper (covered with bmf).

Gear shift linkage (craft wire, aluminum tube and .9 aluminum sheet).

Number plate mount and brake light.

Primary cover plate, covered with bmf with skull from RM chopper kit primary cover.

Seat (made from Knead-it epoxy putty).

Below is Modified Parts

Fuel tank (from cheapo diecast sectioned and shaped).

Oil tank (from RM kit sectioned to make width smaller).

Re-shaped fenders (from Rm wicked chopper Kit) made new mounts.

Slash cut exhaust (Rm aces wild kit).

Stretched primary drive(from Rm kit).

Below is other detail's

Fuel line, throttle cable,front brake cable, clutch cable, rear brake hard line, battery cables, oil lines ,spark plug leads.

drilled out rear sprocket and disc brakes (RM kit).

Fuel cap from spare parts (covered with bmf).

Rims from RM aces wild kit.

Paint;

Tamiya Ts-76 mica silver base top coated with Ts-65 pearl clear and Ts-13 clear.

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No need to apologize for my having seen it before, it's good to get another look at this one B)

Mate that is one killa build, and it looks incredibly realistic in the pics.

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Oh my god, that's GORGEOUS!! Fantastic build, Luke.

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WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's AWESOME!!!!! Looks real!!!

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That's a real bike that ya trying to pass off as a model, I wanna take it for a ride, fantastic build.

Edited by Yahshu

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AWESOME!!! B)

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Stunner ! ! !

Love the Sunshine shots.

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One of the best RM-Choppers I ┬┤ve ever seen (or the best?). Clean style and clean built.

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Very nice build.

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!!!!!!!!Wow.........cool.........awesome!!!!!!!!!!

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Nothing left to say------THE MASSES HAVE SPOKEN......

MICHAELJ...

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This is just RIGHT.

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That's INSANE!!!!!!! I love it! Well done!!! It looks like it'd be a backbreaker to ride but man... what a graceful, flowing, sleek looking ride! I'd be proud to own it!

I do love the outdoor, natural sunlight shots, especially the reflection shot.

Edited by Wagoneer81

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Posted · Report post

LOOKS GREAT!!!

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nice...

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Awesome!!!!!

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