My Twin Cam B Bobber

by Tim Scott
(Victoria BC, Canada)

Twin Cam B Bobber

Twin Cam B Bobber

Twin cam B bobber (Twinkie): I started to do custom airbrush art in 2006. Took a 2004 twincam B motor on trade for some custom paint. 95 inches with all the good stuff, screaming eagle heads, cam,etc. Did more airbrush work and found a frame maker (Maximum metalworks)in Ontario Canada who made a frame for a friend which was beautiful. Called them up to see if they had ever made a TCB frame. First time for them. Did more airbrushing, bought more parts. Trans is a Jims Fat Five.

Ultima 2 inch open primary. Foot clutch, hand shift. This was a total low budget build with me making what ever I could. Was going to make some pipes but found a set of 2 into 1 supertramps in my piles of crap on my shelf. Made a new turn out and got it chromed. Powder coated the frame chrome plastic. The tank is a Cole Foster unit I got from a friend (I owe him a couple of favor's now).

I Molded and painted the sheet metal myself. Total of 24 coats of paint with enough metal flake to paint three complete cars. Heartlands ignition, real nice system. Joker machine head lamps. Took it for the first spin yesterday around my street. Felt great but the foot clutch will take a bit of time to get used to. Let me know what you think.

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Nov 15, 2009
Oyster run..
by: Anonymous

Sorry steve, I was in Vegas for an airbrush course during the Oyster Run. Will try to make it next year, you think you can keep up?

Sep 23, 2009
Does it Run or do you just push it!!
by: Big Steve

Threw your # out with another phone, you coming to the "Oyster Run" on that thing or am I going to have to tow you? Hotel's booked.
Call me.

Jun 07, 2009
Very nice
by: Brad L/Pool U.K

Yep it sits o'so right. Well done, Love it.

Feb 06, 2009
very nice bike
by: Pramod bhushan

you make tremendous one. i really love to see ur bike. i wish i could get that one like you have.

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