Once Custom Shop Cycles decided to build its first chopper, it went the route of full-blown crazy just to show the world what it could do. The company has since gone on to build many extreme machines, but Supercharged still sets the pace.
Beginning with a Paramount Cycles hardtail frame, six inches were added to the backbone for a long, lean look. Pro-One forks hold a Weld wheel with HHI disc brake; in back, a matching rim is fitted with a GMA disc/pulley. A 280-mm tire puts power to the road.
And power this bike has-in spades. While a 113-cubic-inch engine is hardly extreme in today's chopper world, the addition of both a supercharger and nitrous oxide injection make a strong statement. So does the Hooker header when the ponies are cut loose.
Every inch of sheetmetal was formed by Custom Shop Cycles for this project, and over it, a multicolored paint scheme was applied. After all, if a bike is to serve as your mobile masthead, you wouldn't want it to be all "go" and no "show."
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Supercharged Chopper Pictures
The Supercharged chopper's extreme engine accessories make it a chopper to be reckoned with. Below are more pictures and details of this forceful chopper.
The heart of Supercharger chopper's build -- its reason for being -- is its supercharged, nitrous-injected V-twin. The supercharger, sporting a cone-shaped intake, sits in front of the engine. At top right is the bright nitrous oxide storage cylinder with its red “Nos” label.
The elaborate paint scheme dressing Supercharged's tank shows the polish that backs up the punch.
Supercharged's rear fender features drilled “portholes” with a sliver of a taillight frenched into its trailing edge.