Awesome Copper Oil tank

motorcycleoiltankbrassCanada based MotoXcycle is already well known in the industry for its production or one-off handcrafted oil tanks. But none were offered copper plated. Observing that a lot of custom builders have entered the “copper age”, Fausto Simoes just produced a new limited edition of its famous deep finned oval oil tank.  Sides are CNC machined from solid steel, and all the tank is highly polished before receiving the copper treatment. Will  fit stock Harley Evo or Twin Cam bikes and of course any custom. With or without battery box. Of course, you can still order the raw, chrome plated or powder coated (almost any color) versions. Not a cheap China cracking bag, but a very high quality piece. Call on by behalf Fausto at 450-201-0787. MotoXcycle Inc.

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6 Responses to “Awesome Copper Oil tank”


  1. 1 alan Oct 7th, 2009 at 3:40 pm

    LOOK LIKE A CRIME SCENE CHOPPER
    NOTHING NEW FOR ME

  2. 2 Jeff Nicklus Oct 7th, 2009 at 4:22 pm

    This oil tank would have the brothers here in Houston “Bike Jacking” you for the oil tank so they could sell the copper for scrap!

    Over & Out,

    JEff

  3. 3 Brandon Oct 7th, 2009 at 5:22 pm

    Alan. Fausto does this tank for quite a few years, well before Crime Scene Choppers. But not in copper. I think Cyril had one installed on one of his bikes years ago.

  4. 4 jatinder pal Oct 12th, 2009 at 1:09 am

    Sure looks like crime scene stuff but looks good in copper…

  5. 5 Patent Pending Oct 12th, 2009 at 7:54 am

    Did you ever think that maybe Crime Scene ripped off MotoXcycle (Fausto) or that they both independently came up with a similar idea? Go to his website and look at what he has done. Cyril has used his parts quite some time ago. Fausto is the real deal and an incredible talent. His work is impeccable and he deserves all the credit he gets with his products.

  6. 6 Fausto of MotoXcycle.com Oct 13th, 2009 at 5:10 am

    I know I didn’t copy anyone’s design-I made my first oval finned oil tank back in 2002. That one was aluminum and the finned look was achieved by shallow ball milling.

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