The project has started – Harley-Davidson XL1200N ’08. The motorcycle has been acquired after an accident in the United States insurance auction. Imported to European Union, Lithuania.
The primarily damage was to the front – bent and broken forks, wheel, fender. Many various damages all around – fuel tank, lights, handlebars. Most importantly – bent frame.
The frame has been straightened by motorcycle chassis repair shop.
First upgrade – inverted front forks from Kawasaki ZX-6R ’03-’04.
These forks are similar length as stock H-D forks – 740-745mm depending on the preload.
Designed and modeled in CAD.
Fork offset: 60mm (same as Sportster).
Fork width: 210mm (same as ZX-6R).
Handlebar offset: 38mm (same as Sportster).
Handlebar width: 89mm (same as Sportster).
Top triple clamp height: 34mm.
Bottom triple clamp height: 47mm.
Top fork diameter: 50mm.
Bottom fork diameter: 52mm.
There is a removable headlight bracket for mounting stock Harley-Davidson Sportster headlight.
CNC machined in house from billet EN AW-6082 aluminium.
4 operations for each of the triple clamps. 3-axis machining center, so some fixturing is required.