Harley Davidson Street by Rajputana Customs

Jan 4, 2016

Category: Rides

Harley Davidson’s new Street is being heralded everywhere outside of the U.S., and now the first officially sanctioned Street custom from an independent builder has been created.

The Rajputana Customs Harley Street was fully realized in just four weeks. The most notable upgrade was the front end, which now uses Suzuki GSX-R forks with 25% stiffer springs. The plastic grill that surrounded the front-mounted radiator has been removed. The gas tank was lifted slightly, and the gas tank was moved to the opposite side. Instead of the standard dual shocks, the bike now has a monoshock mounted to the right-hand side of the swingarm, and it also carries the compact battery and some of the wiring loom. The belt drive system found on the factory bike has been replaced by a chain. A sleek new subframe has also been added, and massive Coker tires have replaced the standard tires.

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