Eclipse Custom Motorcycle

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Eclipse Custom Motorcycle tech data:

  • showbike name: eclipse
  • year: 1999
  • fabrication: rebuffini cycles
  • engine type: harley-davidson evolution
  • aircleaner cover: one off
  • top motor mount: pro one
  • coil bracket: pro one
  • pipes: supertrapp
  • transmission: harley-davidson evolution
  • clutch: harley-davidson
  • frame type: harley-davidson evolution modified by rebuffini cycles
  • swingarm: our moonline billet swingarm for softails
  • rear suspension: harley-davidson
  • forks: gcb
  • triple trees: gcb
  • front wheel: pro one
  • front tire: pirelli
  • rear wheel: pro one
  • rear tire: pirelli
  • front caliper: jay brake
  • front rotor: pro one
  • rear caliper: jay brake
  • rear rotor: pro one
  • rear pulley: pro one
  • handlebars: rebuffini cycles
  • risers: rebuffini cycles
  • hand controls: performance machine
  • push buttons: performance machine
  • throttle assembly: performance machine
  • mirrors: no
  • grips: pro one
  • headlight: de pretto
  • taillight: integrated in our moonline billet swingarm for softails
  • turn signals: integrated in our moonline billet swingarm for softails
  • gauges: no
  • gas tank: rebuffini cycles
  • gas cap: rebuffini cycles
  • oil tank: harley-davidson modified by rebuffini cycles
  • front fender: rebuffini cycles
  • rear fender: rebuffini cycles
  • foot controls: pro one
  • kickstand: harley-davidson
  • passenger pegs: no
  • seat: rebuffini cycles
  • molding: rebuffini cycles
  • painter: rebuffini cycles

 

eclipse custom motorcycle

The Eclipse Custom Motorcycle features our billet aluminum moonline swingarm for softails with built-in tail light and turn signals.

eclipse custom motorcycle

Top view of our moonline billet aluminum swingarm for softails with integrated tail light and blinkers.

eclipse custom motorcycle

eclipse custom motorcycle

eclipse custom motorcycle

eclipse custom motorcycle

2 Responses to “Eclipse Custom Motorcycle”

  1. Harvgrove says:

    I was raised with a disassembled shovelhead on our kitchen table. Over my growing years there’s been alot of other parts on that table along with so many memories. With the exception of the Evo instead of a shovel it’s the second of my dream bikes. The first is the bike I’m presently restoring. It a 1983 FXDG Willy G special. Love the bike guys.

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