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    Honda Shadow with bobber kit, everyone needs at least one tricked out . Honda Shadow Phantom, Honda Shadow , Honda Shadow Spirit

    Gotta love those BCB kits. Shadow Motorcycle Forum forums, you must first register. Bobbers subscribe unsubscribe 7, readers 7 users here now This is the place for Bobber pics, articles, and so on. Call us or email to inquire about shipping methods to your door.


    Forums Announcements, Feedback, Help Hondashadow. Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2. I come from riding crotch rockets where modding them up was as simple as buying a fender eliminator kit, air filter, gears, power commander and exhaust. I just picked up my first cruiser.

    I bought a Phantom last Thursday. Love the gangster look of the bike. I've been trying to figure out how to mod the back end to get rid of that fugly tag and light kit. The best I have seen is a simple bolt on bobber kit from bluecollarbobbers. My uncle suggested I check them out and I was pretty stoked when I saw some of the image results floating around the net.

    I'm not into cutting and welding, so a bolt on kit is probably going to be the route I take. For anyone that has used a bobber kit from this company, I have a few questions: I'm 5'10" lbs, if I mod the bike and make it extremely uncomfortable to sit on, I'm not going to be pleased with the result no matter how badass it looks. Keep in mind, I rode a rocket for years. How comfortable is the small springer seat, compared to the Phantom stock seat?

    None of the kits are year specific, do I just buy the Shadow Aero Phantom kit or do I need to talk to somebody there? I'm painting the fender black I have a paint shop where I work, but because of the paint pod, I would need to buy about a gallon of paint for just the rear fender. Congratulations on getting the Phantom. Have fun with it, I really enjoy mine. I would message Elfnyc Or you could do it the free way and just cut the rear end off like I did. I'm cutting more in a couple weeks.

    I think my thread is "Phantom rear end makeover" or something. Cutting the rear end off looks pretty good, yours has a nice clean finish to it. I did some tinkering the day I got it home and was thinking of trying it out. I'm pretty sold on the kit idea though. I like the result alot. I don't blame you. If my wife didn't ride once in a while I would completely ditch the weight-supporting fender and bob mine also.

    Oh and i didn't actually cut my fender. I just ripped off all the cheap plastic and then cut the U shaped frame and cut off the turn signals. I just had to buy LEDs to use as turn signals. Sent from my Motorcycle. So I have most of the kit installed on the back. This is the first time I have ever hacked apart a bike frame.

    The fact that my bike only has 70 miles on it and that I've never even used a grinder before just made the experience fantastic. I chose a grinder with a cutting bit. That was a good time, small learning curve. I think it looks great so far. I need to get the rear fender painted, and should have it done by next weekend. Last edited by Tonynlo; at Quote message in reply?

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