Although Fearless Choppers has forged a reputation for building high-end machines, they are still capable of serving clients with less lofty goals. This Fendered Spoon model was the first to be built by Fearless Choppers with a rear fender, beneath which rolls a giant 300-mm tire.
The starting point was a Precious Metal Customs frame stretched
6 inches up, 5 inches out. To that, 16-inch-over American Suspension inverted forks were added, mounted at a 45-degree rake. Xtreme Machine wheels and Hawg Halters disc brakes are found on both axles.
The 80-cubic-inch engine is straight from Harley-Davidson, installed without modification or polishing. Yet it still looks right at home in this custom chopper, despite having only a velocity stack and a set of Wicked Bros. exhaust pipes to dress it up.
Of course, no custom-built chopper would be complete without a grade-A paint job, and this one is no exception. A Cobalt Blue base coat enhanced with subtle ghost flames says "custom chopper" without screaming it-which is the whole idea behind this creation.
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Fendered Spoon Chopper Pictures
Fendered Spoon is a dynamic custom chopper built by Fearless Choppers. Below are more pictures and details about this high-end chopper.
Nearly all the aftermarket big-inch engines were modeled after this 80-cubic-inch Harley-Davidson “Evo” V-twin. Mounting the headlight below the lower triple tree rather than above it, as is normal practice, alters the front-end appearance.
Power output is more than adequate for the task, and the addition of a velocity stack on the carburetor and a set of custom pipes do wonders for the look.
Massive 300-mm rear tire is about as wide as they make for a chopper.
Ghost flames highlighting the Cobalt Blue paint are so subtle, they’re hardly visible in these images...which is why they call them ghost flames.