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Engine Repair

V-Twin & Big Twin
We then install your choose of a S&S Motor, Harley Davidson Motor or Ultima Motor within your custom Chopper Kreations frame.
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Rear Tire Kits

Fat Tire Setup
Our 11 gauge cold rolled steel fenders has a minimum of an 6 inch sidewall. All fenders can fit tire sizes of 190 to 360 on the rear and 21 inch rim on the front.
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Frame Fabrication

Our frames are built out of DOM which is Drawn Over Mandrel tubing that is made from cold rolled steel. Our frame measuring system consist of measuring from the ground to the center of the neck, from the ground to the center of the front axle, mesuring the neck length including cups and bearings and measuring the rake fo the neck in degrees.

We use only the highest quality materials and components and employ precise, time tested fabricating methods in our continuing pursuit to revolutionize motorcycle designs and construction.
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Maintenance Advice -Site Under Construtions

Video 1

Motorcycle Repair Tips
Motorcycle maintenance is very important because a motorcycle will not run well without proper care, and most bikes have different maintenance needs. The best way to avoid motorcycle repair is to follow a minimum schedule of the manufacturers recommendation for servicing. Follow the manufacturer's recommendations with advice from a bike expert because every motorcycle is going to have different maintenance requirements.

Video 2

Qualified Certified Motorcycle Technician.
Maintaining a battery, changing out the batteries charging systems, motor systems, even suspension issues such as fork seals. Those are all symptoms that the motorcycle can show as problems. We find here the best way to tackle some of these are going to be using a qualified certified motorcycle technician.

Video 3

Where Do You Start From?
There's a number of ways in which we can approach these issues for motorcycle maintenance and repair. The best way to start is to find and use a qualified motorcycle technician. Next make sure its a trustworthy shop that you can trust in, and that has been recommended from other riders. From there again if you want to avoid these costly repairs we do recommend periodic maintenance.

Again depending on the symptoms the bike is presenting as a problem will depend on how we approach the motorcycle for repair. Question such as are you having electrical issues, suspension issues will need to be determined. Things such as leaking forks, etc. can all be minimized expenses just through general basic routine.

Video 4

Understanding How A Engine Works
A four stroke engine is essentially a big air pump. It has to suck air in. Air goes through the intake. Your air filter is situated out here. Air comes in the intake. Your air filter is situated out here. This is your intake manifold. Air flows in through here and ends up in the intake port of the cylinder heads, flows through there, comes in our intake valve. This is the combustion. chamber.

Our air enters the engine. Our piston is situated inside the cylinder. The piston moves down with the fly wheel sucking air into the cylinder and then our piston starts moving up. As it moves up in the cylinder it is compressing the air mixture that's in the cylinder into the cylinder head. Our spark plug fires off the mixture, it ignites. When it ignites it pushes the piston back down the cylinder again and back up. On its way back up the exhaust gases that are in the cylinder go through the exhaust valve and out the exhaust port and into our exhaust system.

To control the air flow moving in and out we have our cam shafts which are connected to the crank shaft on the engine and turn with the crank shaft. Our cam shaft has lobes on it that are lifters ride around, the lifter pushes up on a push rod which is in a chrome tube on the outside of the engine and operates our rocker arms. Our push rod fits into the rocker arm. When our cam shaft rotates around it lifts the push rod which lifts this rocker arm which pushes these valves down.

That's what initiates the air flow in and out of our combustion chamber. We also have an oil pump which is connected to the end of the crank shaft as well so when your crank shaft is turning your oil pump is turning also giving us oil pressure.

All of this occurs to turn this crank shaft which is connected to the transmission and to the rear wheel and gives us power to our motorcycle. This is how a motorcycle engine works.