Here is the start of the guessing game. What are the "Special Secret" mods to this Tailwind?
I helped Tom take off and put on the lid when I repainted mine. Let's just say that it is pretty close to air tight in there. I would need the tail lights to pop out for my feet. Agree about the bumper or a pop out sledge hammer to warn them away.
I am sure Tom could engineer an elegant platform that hinged at the rear to accommodate a 6'5" person.. with netting or sides like the SlipStream... and still have plenty of room for cargo. Attached between the front hinges and secured to the top when not in use.Yeah, Dan, sometimes there are advantages to being short. I of course couldn't stretch out, but I can lie in it with my knees bent and catch a few Z's.
I wouldn't do it though without a way to prevent the top from getting accidentally closed. The top is a pretty good airtight seal.
Ya don't think it's a high impact ejection seat do ya?:shock:Oh and it get's even more interesting!!!
OK, I see remote fuel storage with onboard pump and remote switch capability? If so I hope there is a bathroom on that Wing cause you will not have to stop for a while...
Seriously nice hitch, gotta put that into production. :bow:
Thank you very much Sir Z, may I have some more please!!
JustJoey,And mine too.:excited:
Now im not going to bed until I know.
With all that wiring it might auto recline....
Awesome! You will also need to account for the power draw of the Dual Klieg Lights for night trolling for gators or blinding tailgaters!The wiring has only just begun. Besides the Blue Sea block, this is a two Fuze block bike. After I install the proper filters and auto-disconnect, the welding machine in the trailer will power the doppler radar, a color plotter, the amp for the PA system and charge both the deep-cycle trolling motor batteries (wired in series) for the "low-rider" 24v hydraulic pump for cylinders on the bike's suspension.
It wasn't Nicky Hayden...it was Nicky Hayden wannabes fresh out of Nicky's dressing room. It kind of equates to a fellow showing up at a pool hall carrying his own fancy stick in a fancy case and getting his a55 handed to him by some guy shooting with a crooked, house "soup bone" with a loose tip...... but for my story you have to pull the Tailwind 700 miles.....
Joey,Is that a stainless ball?
As it relates to the bike, you haven't seen anything yet. And when you do see it, it will not be like anything else you've ever seen before and possibly ever again. What I got coming, you can't get at WalMart or over the internet. It's not in J&P Cycle's Big Book nor available from WingStuff. Some will love it, some will question it and others will hate it. I suspect it will be WOW or WTF. I can hardly wait. Can't get the full effect or a ride report until its finished so until then, I'm playing with my cards close to my chest. Although it will be a little different, so far, the trailer will be tame compared to the bike.As much more as you are willing to share about this project is appreciated.