After I found out the bike ran I started trying to come up with ideas. Street trackers have always struck my interest because when I was younger I had raced a lot of flat track. The CL came with stock scrambler up pipes so I went with a Mini XR 750 Harley theme.
Most of the work was cleaning. I did have to freshen up the top end, rebuild the carbs and rebuild the suspension front and rear. One things I would like to point out is the main stand, mainly because you hardly see anyone using them these days. Other things I really like include the front hub with machined holes, the counter shaft sprocket cover with machined out holes and the crinkle paint on the motor.
Parts mounted include the mini megaphone mufflers, dirt track bars, Mulholland shocks and a Trail Tech speedo. The fabrication work included a battery box to hold all the electronics, lithium iron battery, side number plates and the headlight. The headlight was built by hand out of 16 gauge steel using 50 watt bulbs, it was built to be a multi-use number plate. It still keeps the flat track look while being a headlight and dashboard for the trail tech.
The bike rides amazing and sounds cool as hell. I am very pleased with how this bike came out considering what I started with. I cannot wait to show the previous owner what her old bike looks like now. This bike is currently for sale and will be on ebay within a couple months.JMR Facebook Page or ay the JMR Website