Buell X1 Bike by Buchholz Custom

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Although we are suckers for any vehicle sporting a streetfighter finish, including the recently featured 1967 Camaro, it’s nice to see the team at the German based company Buchholz Custom thinking outside the box when it came to this customized Buell X1 bike.

The 1200cc unit found within the Bullet X1 engine was originally designed for the Harley Sportster Range. This particular motor has been given “Thunderstorm” cylinder heads, bigger valves, heavy port work, and reshaped combustion chambers that have netted a 60 percent power increase over stock form, which brings the total up to 95 horsepower.

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