Hidden Shock Sportster/Buell

The latest Sporty/Buell conversion from Redneck Engineering is designed to look like a Hardtail, but ride like a Softail.  Based on the original Mutant conversion it is designed to accept most components from a donor bike. The standard chassis is set up to accommodate a 200mm tire with a 3” backbone stretch and negative 2” in the down tube.  The 40 degree rake gives it the “right look” and allows the use of any Buell front end except Ulysses.  Includes:  frame, swingarm, oil tank with battery box, pre-mounted gas tank, rear axle, axle covers, hidden fork stops/dust shields, seat pan, shocks and pre-mounted rear fender for $3795.00. Optional gas tanks, tire sizes & rake/stretch are available. Red Neck engineering.

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2 Responses to “Hidden Shock Sportster/Buell”


  1. 1 Ray Nov 3rd, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    I for one think that redneck engineering has got it right what an awesome looking bit of kit.
    Well done.
    Regards from Australia

  2. 2 black shadow Nov 3rd, 2008 at 11:48 pm

    Redneck makes some really nice kits. This seems like a good addition to their hardtails and mono-shock frames. Good luck, hopefully there will be some home builders that are waiting for it.

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