Phatillac

Phatillac – One off ground up Custom Pro Street

Notes:

This bike gets it’s name from Phat meaning (COOL) and Cadillac, my good friend Jarod of Motorsport Concepts came up with the name. It was built for the 2006 Biker Build Off so it needed to be a real eye catcher. We wanted it to look like it couldn’t even run or be ridden so we made sure to hide all the wires, cables, and lines in the frame, made it with no visible foot or hand controls, and used a air bag rear suspension to rest the frame on the ground so it didn’t need a kick stand. This bike was hand fabricated by Phat Rides and the help of some of my good friends Barry, Josh, Matt, and Todd of Billet 4 U. With out their help I would have been hard pressed to make the dead line for the Build Off.

Engine: Jim’s Harley Davidson Twin Cam B 120
Frame: Extreme / Phat Rides
Gas Tank: Phat Rides
Paint: Motorsport Concepts
Headlight: Head Winds
Forks: Jerri’s Springers / Phat Rides
Wheels: Performance Machine
Tires: Metzeler
Fenders: Phat Rides
Handle Bars: Phat Rides
Hand Controls: Performance Machine
Foot Controls: None
Seat: Phat Rides / Auto Weave
Ignition: Thunder Max
Carburetor: Throttle Body Fuel Injected
Air Cleaner: Two Bit Choppers
Transmission: Baker Drive Train Billet 6 Speed
Primary: Billet 4 U
Brakes: Billet 4 U
Tail Light: Phat Rides
Exhaust: Phat Rides