Redneck Mutant Buell Chopper by Alan

250 wide tire Mutant About a month ago Alan sent in some photos of his 250 tire, Redneck Mutant rolling chassis. Now, about a month and change later, he has transformed his Redneck roller in to one badass looking hotrod Mutant Buell

Here’s the before picture of Alan’s 250 Mutant roller.

The one thing I don’t like about Buell and Sporter engines is the big dorky looking cam cover. As you can see, Alan has taken care of that by giving the one on his Mutant a trim job. Looks much better if you ask me.

Alan's wide tire Mutant[/caption]

That 250 mm Metzler tire mounted on the solid brushed-aluminum wheel really gives it that old school hotrod look. Nothing says ‘Badass’ like a big meaty tire. I really like the Metzler tread pattern for adding to the ‘MEAN’ factor.

3 Comments so far

  1. Noble on January 11th, 2009

    Can you tell me more about your frame? Your bike looks great! I’ve been considering a frame from Redneck Engineering, but I have questions. I’ve never built a bike before, but I’ve owned several… and I have two now. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!!

  2. admin on January 11th, 2009

    Hi Noble,
    Unfortunately I can’t take credit for this awesomely crafted Mutant Buell. This bike was built by a reader named Alan. What I can tell you is that this is a wide-tire version of Redneck’s Mutant Buell frame kit made to accept 250 series rear rubber.

    You can order your Redneck Mutant Buell frame to any specification , but the standard kit comes with 40 degrees of neck rake, 3″ of backbone stretch and a 1″ drop in the down tube.

    It’s just my opinion, but I think it’s one of the coolest looking, pro-street style frames out there. The frame is tig-welded 1.25″ and 1.5″ inch tubing throughout making it as heavy duty as it gets as far as strength is concerned.

    The standard configuration allows up to a 200-series rear tire with the stock belt drive, but is also available for wide tires up to 300-series.

    This is the perfect frame for the first-time novice. It accepts most of the major components off your Buell, including the entire power train, front end, wheels and brakes. You can order just the frame, or complete with pre-mounted body work and hardware. Hope this information has been helpful Noble.

  3. BOB HORN on February 2nd, 2010


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