Nicholas DiMascio builds the impossible Street Tracker

nick dimascio 012Nick bought the rear SXR fender from me to put on a 2002 883R with a stock gas tank. The only problem was the fender was not made for that application. He completely restructured the front portion and made a new seat cushion. (Not recommended for the casual builder).

He also used my fork brace, front fender and fork guards. Nick employed other parts to finish his special project; rear control sets, a custom exhaust to work with the rear controls and new Exel rims and tires. 1200cc engine work included a 45mm Mikuni, porting and polished heads. He said with the weight reduction "it goes!" and "Thanks for all the great parts". dbultaco@ptd.net

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  • [Site updated July 19]

The best flat-track t-shirt ever!

XR750TshirtPerfect shirt for flat trackers to wear at motorcycle gatherings. It’s all about the first 1970 XR750--a proper right side view with all the basic specs in text box. The orange sleeves are so right for the two-color XR imprint design and set the shirt apart from all the other white ones in the world (or badassed black ones with skulls!).

xr750-shirt-photoThe design is orange and black on an Augusta 50% cotton/50% polyester shirt with orange raglan sleeves and orange collar. I'm stocking these in only Large and XL because, well, we're gettin' older aren't we? I'm making other sizes in small batches.