Turbo Spike: A Chopper Profile


Turbo Spike Chopper Pictures

Turbocharging the 100-cubic-inch V-twin requires a host of plumbing. The intake is situated on the left side of the bike, while the exhaust routes first to the turbocharger, then snakes down through a single pipe.
Turbocharging the 100-cubic-inch V-twin requires a host of plumbing. The intake is situated on the left side of the bike, while the exhaust routes first to the turbocharger, then snakes down through a single pipe.

The aptly named Turbo Spike is a high-quality custom chopper with powerful, turbocharged V-twin engine. Below are more pictures and details of this beautifully-built chopper.

Note that Turbo Spike's frame and engine carry the same scorpion-themed paintwork as the sheetmetal. Note that Turbo Spike's frame and engine carry the same scorpion-themed paintwork as the sheetmetal.
Note that Turbo Spike's frame and engine carry the same scorpion-themed paintwork as the sheetmetal.
Turbo Spike's seat is decorated with a red scorpion. Turbo Spike's seat is decorated with a red scorpion.
Turbo Spike's seat is decorated with a red scorpion.
The intricate paint job is also displayed on Turbo Spike's rear fender. The intricate paint job is also displayed on Turbo Spike's rear fender.
The intricate paint job is also displayed on Turbo Spike's rear fender.

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