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Hi all, thought I share a bit of info and hopefully some pics about my custom build here in England

over here Victorys are pretty rare in comparison to a lot of bikes

to me that seemed like a perfect choice of engine for a custom chop build

as far as Im aware it is currently the only vic 106 engined full custom chop here in the uk

I located an engine with ECU and throttle body, thats it, all I started with, over next few months I bought wheels and tyres etc, nearly all the parts that I bought have come from USA or Oz, not only better priced than UK, but immensely better customer service in general from custom shops etc

I will add to this thread as and when I work out how to host photos online and share them

300 rear tyre, 250 front, proper steamroller :) hahaha

if this isnt the sort of thing wanted on the forum then please just say :)
 

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Looks like there is work to be completed, but it's coming along good.
 
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Beautiful, I like stuff like this, keep on posting & replying

Andre using TaPaTaLk
 

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BRAVO!! @106chopUK ....That is one tough looking build and you do some amazing work. Keep it coming (y)
 
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Cheers all.
I made a very minimal wiring loom just to run the motor. That worked first go. Well happy.
Motor revs n runs sweet

260 40 18 front
300 35 18 rear
 

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Nice rear fender, where did you get it from?

I like the wire loom setup,

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Rear mudguard came from chop it. In Germany.
Perfect profile and curve for 300 tyre.

Was half circle but I cut it down a lot. Used the off cut to make back of the seat base.

Handlebars are milled out ready to tig weld in the motogadget speedo housing.

Front of the bars has 2 small similar housings with white marker lights and indicators in.
Combined with internal throttle the bars should be pretty funky.

Last pic shows how they sweep back.
Ignore that tank. That was mock up and way too small

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Rear mudguard came from chop it. In Germany.
Perfect profile and curve for 300 tyre.

Was half circle but I cut it down a lot. Used the off cut to make back of the seat base.
Niceeeeeee

I am rebuilding my vic (again) and went with a aluminum fender, single seat including , really beautiful

I Googelegoo your website, and came up with AWSOME stuff, I paid so so so much for my aluminum fender & matching seat compare to the website you posted , ha ha ha,





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