2007 Husqvarna 450SM built for the 2017 Mama Tried Show in Milwaukee
Specs: Street legal with the original odometer, tail light and headlight.
Custom tube aluminum sub frame with under tail exhaust.
Hand built aluminum tail and tank, hand pinstriped and painted. Powder coated primer, and sealed tank.
Shorai Lithium battery.
JD jetting Jet kit.
Free flowing Uni air filter.
Titanium Raptor pegs-
Warp 9 custom 19" wheels with Hard compound flat track tires (street suitable).
The EcoJet is a concept and custom car built by a collaboration between Jay Leno and GM, assembled by the Big Dog crew. This car doesn't have a piston engine, but runs using biodiesel in a Honeywell LT101 gas turbine. The 2-seater car has 2 fuel tanks: one for the biodiesel soya bean oil as main fuel (that's why "ecojet"), and the other for jet engine fuel. Jet fuel is used at the beginning and at the end of a trip in order to keep engine clean. Biodiesel is used in between. The exhaust air is over 500° Celsius, but could reach 1000° while performing full power. The point is that it smells like French fries! Not exactly what you would be looking for if you really aim to the top. The car is equipped with a computer and 2 LSD screens: one is the dashboard, an the other for navigation control since the car had no rear view mirrors, just cameras. In the video, the car reaches 256 km/h... Not bad, but not even a state of the art rocket, taken into account that many piston propelled sportcars are able to do better and without the smell of French fries...
Still a nice peace of iron though...
Royal Enfield Classic 500 custom Scrambler "Reckless"
Specs: Engine bored to 540 CC, with revised sprocketing, custom free-flow stainless steel TIG welded exhaust, K&N filter and rejetted VM36 carb.USD front end with an on/off-road set of Ralco tyres, 120/18 front and a 140mm rear. Powder coated rims and engine, with brushed steel paint finish on the tank, tanned leather bench seat and American football elmet style head light grill.
“Stella’s Mettle”: a 1946 Indian Chief custom rebuilt by Joe Mielke for Robert Pandya
Based on a 1946 Indian Chief frame, and inspired by WWII aircraft, this bike is powered by a 1947 Indian Chief engine. The bodywork has been completely handmade by Joe Mielke @ Snap Fab while the paintwork is by Sean Starr of Starr Custom Paint outside Fort Worth, Texas.