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Building a Motorcycle with a Bike Kit and Custom Motorcycle Parts Building a Motorcycle with a Bike Kit and Custom Motorcycle Parts by Christine Harrell

If you really want a custom chopper but don't have loads of cash to drop, why not build it yourself? Building a custom chopper is difficult, but something that can be overcome with patience, a willingness to learn, and dedication. It just takes starting with one of the many custom bike kits and adding your unique style of custom motorcycle parts and artistic style.

Where to begin:
The easiest way to kick start your custom chopper is to choose from the available custom bike kits. Using a custom bike kit isn't necessary - you could buy every part piece by piece. However, if it's your first custom chopper and you're not sure which parts to choose, custom bike kits are a good option. The kit will take care of the basics and you can use custom motorcycle parts to enhance and personalize the design.

Custom motorcycle parts:
Once you've got the base model of your bike, you can easily customize the look by swapping out parts with your own choice of custom motorcycle parts. Custom motorcycle parts that make the biggest impact on the look for the lowest overall price are mirrors, wheels, seat, handlebars and of course, the paint job.

Custom paint job:
Aside from the overall style, the one thing that will make your bike truly unique is the paint job. A lot of custom bike kits come with pre-painted tanks in a variety of slick styles. If you can't find a pre-painted style that you love with the bike design that you want, you can always sand down the tank and have it repainted in your own style.

Getting stuck:
More than likely, you're going to run into roadblocks along the way even though most custom bike kits come with detailed instructions. When this happens there are plenty of resources online with advice and forums with question and answer logs. Try documenting your own progress on a blog so that others who need answers in the future can find them on your site.

Best custom bike kits:
Ultima motorcycle kits offer a wide variety of unique styles. With a lot of custom motorcycle kits, you'll find little variation in style, but among Ultima motorcycle kits, there is a style for just about every taste. Some of the most popular Ultima motorcycle kits are the American Pirate, the Black Cloud, the Thunder Horse, the Fat Bastard, the Fat Bastard 250, and the Wolf Daddy.

Choosing among custom bike kits:
When shopping custom bike kits, it's important to look at more than price. Custom bike kits do cost less than ready made bikes, but that doesn't mean that bottom of the barrel prices will yield a quality motorcycle. There's no problem with shopping around for competitive prices on reputable brands like Ultima motorcycle kits, but buying an unknown brand based on price alone can be trouble.

Once you've done your research and chosen a quality custom bike kit that fits your style and your price range, you'll be well on your way to enjoying the freedom and satisfaction of your own custom chopper. With the intimate knowledge you'll have of every construction detail of your bike, you'll be able to add new parts to further customize the look of your bike throughout your years of ownership. The one thing better than cruising on a chopper is the satisfaction of having built it from the ground up.

Author is a writer for Jireh Cycles which specializes in aftermarket motorcycle and custom parts. For more information you can visit http://www.JirehCycles.com.

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