Stealth 1000 N2 Sidewalk Chopper

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This is my Stealth 1000 modified, wanted a different look and feel so I changed a few things around and got a really cool sidewalk cruiser to ride around on.IMG_3536.JPG
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Re: Stealth 1000 N2 Sidewalk Chopper

Nice job. So retro.

Re: Stealth 1000 N2 Sidewalk Chopper

hey thanks for your comments.. such an easy modification for a real custom look and feel.

Re: Stealth 1000 N2 Sidewalk Chopper

Nice chopper.

Re: Stealth 1000 N2 Sidewalk Chopper

nice job,to use the mid drive motor is powerful. If you use direct hub motor, the efficiency will be higher.

Re: Stealth 1000 N2 Sidewalk Chopper

hey uu ... tell that to currie .. that's just the normal currie motor setup

Re: Stealth 1000 N2 Sidewalk Chopper

Thanks for the comment, do ya think I could find a hub drive bolt on set up and install without a lot of trouble, I like the hi-tech look of the currie aluminum housing and motor. The rim is 12"

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reikiman wrote:

hey uu ... tell that to currie .. that's just the normal currie motor setup

Hi... For sure she has just the normal currie motor set up and looks/works great for this "Chopper Project" and I think a very nice drive system. As for "tell that to Currie" gosh dunno what I'd tell them...

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