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By: Slinger Cycles  09-12-2011
Keywords: Paint

Welcome to the new Slinger Cycles website! We decided that the site needed a complete overhaul to get in line with our new logo and branding and to fix up the issues that we were having with the old site, specifically in the paint section.

Please feel free to browse around the site and leave a comment on any of the posts (see the link at the bottom of each post). Make sure to keep checking back because there will be much more frequent updates, we promise!

Keywords: Paint

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Slinger Cycles - Bikes By Mike - portfolio

The paint started with spraying the frame HD orange with a little extra orange, and kept true to the brand with the HD skull with extra detail on the tank and a free hand skull to finish the back of the bike off. Strut-less rear fender, Stretched fuel tank, Seat pan, Forward controls, linked rear braking system,and hand made slasher exhaust. The project started with cutting the rear frame away to mount the Slinger rear fender.


Slinger Cycles - Bikes By Mike - projects

Performance Machine “Alien Chrome” Wheels with Custom Brake Rotors. HAHN Racecraft Turbo setup with G20 Turbo. 300hp, Direct Injection Nitrous Kit.


Slinger Cycles - Bikes By Mike - for sale

Swingarm kit (with Slinger spacers and brake hanger to correctly center the rear tire)Diamond cut spike gripsSpike fairing screwsSS front and rear brake lines. 2003 Suzuki Hayabusa LE 21,000km only 2000km since the custom work has been done. The flake shows great in the sun, not to mention the stretch, and fat tire. This is one of our mild builds, but look clean next to any bike. Slinger custom paintCarizzma Arctic Ice Flake over OEM finish.


Slinger Cycles - Bikes By Mike - parts

Developed using high-strength steel and weighing only 35 lbs, this swingarm will be a looker once it’s finished. Our client wanted a 330 rear tire put on his 2005 Honda CBR 600RR; when the aftermarket couldn’t deliver.