Hi guys, long time browser. Thought I'd share with you what I'm about. My 91 Yamaha XV 1100 Virago (Why a Virago?) Yes they are ugly. BUT.. If you have half an idea on different models of motorcycles, the engines on these go pretty well and can travel around Australia 6 times without a breakdown or rebuild. They just don't die. They also sound good with some pipes and a tune. So I got one for its motor, not for its looks. Cause it was getting cut up anyway!! Haha With the build I tried to do it a little different. Instead of doing the typical catalog build or bubble wrap parts of ebay like everyone does, I used as much of the stock parts as I could. Ie the bobtail fender is the stock fender sectioned, hammered and reshaped. Same with the exhaust and other bits and pieces all over it. *EDIT* Lets skip the crap. Cut straight to the chase. I'll let these do the talking... Before and After: (Wave my magic stick in the various forms of steel fabrication, Paint and Panel Tools) BOOM! Walk around video. Mobile Phone sound quality does not do it justice at all. -->[media=youtube]uknwdW0gfy8[/media]<-- SKC Logo's & Meat Cleaver SKC logo on the tank = Street Kleaver Customs Thank you all!