Lot #38 - This bike was professional built by Redneck Engineering and has a registered 17 digit federal vehicle identification number. This motorcycle is titled as a Redneck Rocket Lowlife. With the use of only the best parts and accessories available Redneck built this bike starting with a frame that has a 6 inch stretch in the backbone and a 42 degree rake, plus 3 extra degrees in the triple-trees. This frame is completely molded including gas tank, oil tank, and L.E.D. tail-light molded in rear fender. P.M. Wrath wheels with matching rotors and drive pulley with Avon rubber, 250mm on rear. Powered by a Rev-Tec 100ci 100 HP motor with a Rev-Tec 6 speed transmission to transfer the power to the rear tire, and stopped by JJI brakes. Hand controls and forward controls are Billet Concepts. This one-off paint job is House of Kolors Tangelo Pearl with Limelite Pearl and Violet Purple Pearl flames. This bike has won many different shows and been in several different magazines. Including an 8-page article in HOTBIKE MAGAZINE in September 2004 and on the front cover of the 2004 HOTBIKE STURGIS SURVIVAL GUIDE.
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