Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob - Free Spirits & Fast Living 53

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At the Motor Bike Expo 2016 we presented a bike developed with the Russian Customizer Anton of Fast Living 53 (https://www.53fastliving.ru/). The bike is a Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob.

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After a small draft on paper, the first aesthetics changes were made to give the bike a racing shape, always in cafè racer style, as per tradition of Free Spirits and Fast Living 53.

Anton started from the tank by modifying the one of Yamaha YJR 1200 95-99, making it similar to the Buell tank, brand modified a lot by Free Spirits.

In the front was used a Buell fender with homemade brackets.

To complete the line were made a homemade seat and was used a Triumph Thruxton seat cover modified to fit this special.

Free Spirits headlight mask (code 208921) and license plate (code 208918) adapted for Dyna Street Bob, were also used.

For the handlebar, a variable section 28.6/22 Drag Bar was used, with Buell XB clutch control and 7/8" Biltwell accelerator control. All combined with Bolcato Racing Brake and Clutch Levers and Free Spirits Risers (code 302313K).

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But let’s talk about technical parts!

Setting of the bike has been completely revised to ensure greater control and safety even in the toughest curves.

In the front were used Marzocchi RAC 50 forks with triple yoke of a MV Agusta Brutale. In the rear were mounted two Bitubo HD011WMT02 shocks.

In addition to ensuring greater control, Free Spirits developed a kit to stabilize the engine of the bike, that has, in all Dyna models, an annoying twist that destabilizes the bike in curve.

The rims are in the front 17x3.5" and in the rear 17x6".

The road holding has been increased by mounting a 200 wheel in the rear. Free Spirits has to develop a dedicated offset transmission, with a 20 mm belt and a new pulley (prototype code "207800").

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For the brake system we used for the front two Brembo radial caliper from a MV Agusta Brutale with two Suzuki GSX 1000 R OEM discs. The master cylinder is a Brembo Radial 19x20 where it was installed Free Spirits brake fluid reservoir 303821. For the rear we have a prototype 292 mm floating disc and a Brembo caliper adapted to the rim with Free Spirits bracket 205801.

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Free Spirits developed also new footrest for this Harley Davidson Dyna (code 206206). The peculiarity of this kit is that it can be mounted in center position and with a small change even in the rear to ensure pure racing style!

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Finally, the performance of the vehicle was reviewed by installing the Free Spirits 204030 aircleaner high flow kit. Thanks to a new patented technology, it was possible to build a large manifold of 65 mm diameter (the largest ever built up to now) without performance compromise and with unbelievable air flow. In addition, the new filter is water repellent! So you don't need the classic "sock" to protect in case of rain.

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