Harley Davidson Street 750 customized into a beautiful bobber


Project name – Quick Silver750
Base bike – Harley Davidson 750 street
Time taken for build – 7 months (started-21 July 2020- Delivered 15 Feb2 021)

Harleys have always been a cult worldwide. Their models ranging from iron 883, and Street 750 have had a major success worldwide. The reason majorly is the easily available torque on tap and the character of the bike. (Read more about another Harley street 750 cafe racer here)

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Here we see a Harley Davidson Street 750 customized into a beautiful bobber. This one is a personal project of Trilok Singh, a.k.a Undercover Engineer. And since this is his personal bike, the list of modifications is extensive. Trilok started by taking all the parts of the bike out, starting from the tank up. Now since this was supposed to be a bobber, the bike was given a Hardtail chassis, completely custom made, including mounts for the rear wheel. The material is seamless AISI1020 alloy steel tubing. This is the same material used in the stock bike. The fuel tank was used from an Iron 883, the rims and tires are from a street bob and the rear indicators are from a forty right.

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The bike was made a single-seater, hence custom shockers were made for the seat. Even the mudguards are custom-made. Since the bike was heavily customized, even the number plate was moved to one side, which was too custom-made.

Now here’s one of the most interesting mods for the bike. The Harley street series was plagued with the brake fluid overheating, causing issues with the braking of the bike. To solve this, the customizer used an empty bottle of Jack Daniels no 7 miniature glass bottle to carry the brake fluid for the rear brake. The 750 ml of JD bottle was used for coolant storage.

To match the handling with looks, the rake angle was also increased for stability on the long runs. The bike also features a custom ape like handlebar

The total cost of modification is around ₹ 3 lacs, excluding the cost of the bike.

List of mods:

1. K&N heavy breather air filter

2. puppy grips, radiator grill

3. Vance&Hines exhaust muffler

4. Generic retro front indicators 

5. Bosch Iridium spark plugs.

6. CNC Fuel tank cap

7. Headlight from Bajaj Avenger

One Response

  1. Impressive it’s nice to see a visionary utilize these bikes to their own ideas I have one and believe it’s not worthy of such negative comments as when they first appeared in the showroom’s .

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