This beautiful chopper named "Heeeet" is a frame-up customization of a Suzuki Intruder 1400. The original bike was in excellent condition. In stock form it was known for its performance (quarter mile times in the 12's), consistently beating other big V-Twins in its market segment. "Heeeet" incorporates a jet kit and custom Jardine drag pipes that improve stock performance. The bike also features a German engineered AME extended fork system (40 degree, 8" over) that is guaranteed to track like stock at over 100 mph making it extremely stable. "Heeeet" is crammed full of custom equipment and detail features such as Phat Performance Z Bars, all leather Corbin "Gunfighter" seat, Refined Cycle Forward Controls, chromed fork legs, swing arm/drive shaft, brake calipers and battery covers, Progressive custom heavy duty 11.5" shocks, custom risers with wiring inside the handlebars, Arlen Ness bullet signal lights, Avon Venom tires (100/90 19" front, 170/80 15" rear) polished controls, differential, rotors and brake/clutch reservoirs, K&N air and oil filters, custom grips, levers, mirrors, etc. Any wear component on the bike has been replaced with new including brakes, cables and carb components.
Perhaps the bike's best feature is the custom paint. Jason Brewer of Redline Finishes, (Corvettes Unlimited paint specialist, (www.redlinefinishes.com) applied the gradient candy purple/black base and clear coat and Larry Williams of Larbrush (www.larbrush.com) provided his award winning airbrush talent featuring a fantastic representation of the dragon "Deathwing" from World of Warcraft and his incredibly realistic flames. Since its completion, Heeeet has only been ridden for shakedown/test purposes with an alternate set of pipes. The Jardine drag pipes are new and never been fired (the alternate set of Cobra drag pipes that are in good condition go with the bike). Heeeet is essentially in like new condition and ready for show or go. The bike took the Grand Champion award in its first outing at the O'Reilly Autofest and also won at The Cave Bike Show. This chopper gets mobbed at bike shows, and it is ready to take to the street as a great performance bike as well. The only reason it is being sold is to make room for the next project.
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