I'm building a racer.(something like this) An XLR, TT, old-time Class C racer that could hold it's own back in the day against any amateur racer. A capable machine in the hands of a semi-pro. All the builds you see are usually "titled" stuff that looks like a race bike, but it's not - and it has a license plate - all legal - and all that jazz. No title kinda snuffs your plans if you can't hit the street - and that's too bad. I've got an old Sportster "Scrambles" chassis that someone raced at local club events. Parts cut off, stock parts missing. I got a beaten and abused set of cases someone blew all to hell, with hot cams, hot heads, weird pistons . . . and ball bearings. Why not build an outlaw? A bike you sneak out of town and hit the gravel. A bike you load in the back of your truck - and race around the fairgrounds. Dirt on the tires. Mud on the motor. Maybe enter an "ol man's" scrambles event - or short track? Exhibition. Something to look at in the shop while sippin' a beverage. Something to start up and let your friends take a ride. A big cube mini-bike basically. A waste of money and time for a few short minutes of fun.
A complete bike-nut approved build.