Harley-Davidson XL1200 is Transformed into a Café Racer by DP Customs


Justin and Jarrod Del Prado from DP Customs have unveiled their latest project. The ‘Mack’ is based on a 2000 model Harley-Davidson XL1200, which has been turned into a black and blue café sportster. The bike has an engine capacity of 1250cc, and is protected by bright and ultra-thin aluminum coating.

The biggest changes to the bike were made on the geometry and suspension. The front is now lower than stock and other modifications have been made to reduce the bike’s weight in order to increase its power and speed. Öhlins provided the forks and shocks, the carbon fiber BST wheels are equipped with Pirelli Diablo supercorsa rubber, the braking power is provided by a new Brembo system attached to the ISR master cylinder, and a Scotts steering stabilizer has been added to reduce any twitchiness.

Take a look at the photos below and visit the DP Customs website for further details. (via Highsnobiety)


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