Who's online: dyna13, Huckleberry , FatBoyBrad, Mr.Mow, Retroman, Sav117, PaulW, paulybronco, skirtster, Guests: 533
  • El Skitzo Posts: 169
    Perth WA
    Stock Poster El Skitzo
    11 Sep 2017 10:28 AM

    I've not heard of them before and can't find anything either, which is not a good sign. Are they US or Australian manufactured?

    If the frame doesn't have an MSO don't touch it!!

  • steelo Posts: 2093
    Adelaide
    Motor Head steelo
    11 Sep 2017 04:27 PM
    DON'T DO IT.  RUN.
  • steelo Posts: 2093
    Adelaide
    Motor Head steelo
    11 Sep 2017 05:08 PM
    Posted by Locadd on 11 Sep 2017 04:26 PM
    Posted by steelo on 11 Sep 2017 02:27 PM
    DON'T DO IT.  RUN.

     Explanation ????????

    What set you down this path, what you want to get out of it and how much do you think it will cost you to get a fully compliant road registerable bike.

  • El Skitzo Posts: 169
    Perth WA
    Stock Poster El Skitzo
    12 Sep 2017 11:04 AM

    Looks like the frame should be ADR compliant and meet the 550mm rule, and those fenders would be perfectly legal too. Nice looking roller actually, and that's coming from someone who doesn't like swing-arm bikes.

    Be sure to make sure all that paperwork checks out though, without it you would be in for an engineering nightmare. Looking forward to hearing what you find out about it.


  • walka Posts: 3347
    MELBOURNE
    Forum Legend walka
    14 Sep 2017 09:11 AM
    It looks like a daytec frame , please make sure that the guy has the MSO certificate for the frame before you buy it , if he hasn't there is no chance that you can get it engineered and rego'ed ,,,, you have to have that paper work ,,, besides that it looks like a great project and the makings of a nice bike 
  • steelo Posts: 2093
    Adelaide
    Motor Head steelo
    07 Nov 2017 09:30 AM
    Spend your money and TIME RIDING your new bike. Well done. Post pics soon.
  • El Skitzo Posts: 169
    Perth WA
    Stock Poster El Skitzo
    07 Nov 2017 06:38 PM

    Probably a better choice in the end, and you've probably saved yourself a lot of money and legal nightmares.

    Says me who's building a complete Chopper from a swapmeet frame find LOL

© 2018 - 1.0.4.2