"Chastener"


It is impossible to convey in words the feeling of when each item on the newly built bike is poured into it becoming one, like being part of a universal plan. But this is not always present, and confirms our hero is completely justified its name "The Punisher", which translates as "The Punisher."

The Punisher

Richard Pollock customizer, which connects all the parts together the plan had to be very not easy, as in other matters to everyone who was involved in this process. According to Richard, this project took all his mind, day or night, he could not stop thinking about it, sometimes it seems that there are very little to touch the mind.

The Punisher

Despite all the suffering that has delivered custom "Punisher" to the founders and to the customer, the bike turned out just wonderful, not only aesthetically, but also from a practical point of view. First of all, the volume of the fuel tank, which is 11.3 liters. In C & J frame has been inserted from the engine Sportstera . Power Harleevskogo V-twin has been increased to 130 horsepower and 167Nm. torque. The creators needed nearly a year of efforts to equip the new engine cooling and lubrication system. Tuning the motor engaged children from Lineweaver Racing and Dale Dan Baisley Laynviver. The distinctive features of their work became sump S & S, Axtell cylinders with heads under the two carburetors.

The Punisher

As for the chassis … kastomov front fork set from CBR900RR, traverses from A & A Racing, swingarm by C & J, fitted Ohlins rear shock absorbers. Monoblock calipers with titanium pistons were installed Brembo.

The Punisher

Logo "AMB" motorcycle tail was struck in honor of his son Baxter (customer), who died in a car crash.
Despite all the ten years that have been spent on the creation of custom bikes, it was very interesting, powerful, with its own unique character.

The Punisher

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