Custom Pro Street Chopper!

by Glenn Dehetre
(Dehetre)

Pro Street Chopper

Pro Street Chopper

Pro Street Chopper
Pro Street Rear Wheel
Custom Pro Street Motorcycle

This custom Pro Street has a Rolling Thunder frame, 250 rsd drop seat, 5' stretch in the back, and 0 up.


The rake is 47 total rake, and 120" ultima motor psi big air carb. It has a 6 speed trick shift trans, open primary ultima, sprotor set-up in the rear with hhi brake, PM in the front, weld wheels, 16" rear 21 front.

There is an esm auto clutch hand shift streamline internal throttle, Rolling Thunder tank, custom made rear fender and exhaust, grips, struts, shifter.

The Motor mount key pad is made by Kill products. The front end is a tricky air billet. This Pro Street bike is an air ride front and back, and the toggle switch is just below the seat. Thanks.

I'm Starting on my next project which is a buell using it for a donor, not sure yet on what it's going to look like yet. Thinking maybe a Redneck Frame with a mono shock.

Glenn Dehetre

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Nov 23, 2012
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super
by: jesmond

hi, keep it up , you made a good job, i am doin one my self, i bought a honda shadow vt 700 c and i am dooing some job on it and trying to make him a chooper (cobra style) this is my first try but i thing it's coming good:-))) some day i put some pictures too, good luck

jesmond
(maltese fulcon)

Nov 23, 2012
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by: DubiMelbAustralia

Hi there Glenn, first of all standing ovation for the overall build, top quality job and much respect. After seeing your chopper it has inspired me to venture out and start my own project with your chopper being a base line to follow as well as inspiration. If you could let me know any details especially the frame that you used for the build as your stance is what im after, but all the details you could offer would be greatly appreciated. my e mail is

Dubravko20@hotmail.com

hopefully this msg finds you asap and i look forward to a speedy reply.

Cheers


May 20, 2012
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Want This Style
by: Big Daddy Dave

would really like to buy this pro street.I've been looking for this style for a long time.It's perfect.Any info,specs,pricing and availability you can send me is appreciated.email solvoxman@yahoo.com Thanks

Sep 17, 2011
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reeeeeeeaaaaaallll ssssswwwwweeeeeeeettt
by: Jim Wood

hi man are you a pro or just doin it because you like doin it

May 28, 2011
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motor size
by: Glenn Dehetre

As far as how much of a motor you want to run is all up to you, If your building a Softail and it's going to be a heavy bike I would run at the least a 96" of course we're talking about a stock motor.. You can easily get 100 rwhp with a few performance up grades and it will pull with plenty of passing power. But if you want to stretch your arms out a little then maybe a 120" that will average some where around 120 to 135 rwhp and you'll have no problem leaving your buddies behind. Keep in mind the bigger the motor the more issues will most likely have, they put more strain on the trans and final drive not to mention the starter. Good luck!

May 28, 2011
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savage
by: jesmond

hi, it looks like a savage animal, keep it up man, my dream is to built a chopper , which is the minimuim power that i can put on it.

email: monlung@onvol.net

jesmond(maltese fulcon)

Apr 28, 2011
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nice
by: Anonymous

very very nice ,i like if i have one

Apr 27, 2011
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Incredible!
by: Romeo Macedo

Nice Product.

Have ever though builting one with Suzuki GSX-R 1.100 in line four engine?
Let me know!
romeomacedo@hotmail.com

Apr 25, 2011
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Super Cool
by: tj

I love the rake, heighth, overall stance. Great job.

Apr 25, 2011
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pro streets rule
by: Anonymous

nice super nice

Apr 21, 2011
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Awesome
by: Gregg/TurnNburn1x

Wow! That is one bad chopper. Love it!!!

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