Photos

This is where we will put some really cool pictures of the E-Z-Hook Motorcycle Streamliner.

Engine #1 built by Vance & Hines

This is engine #1 from Vance & Hines. Watch Video [episode3] for full details. This Hayabusa should produce as much as 600HP when turbo charged.

Vance & Hines engine being fitted in frame.

Vance & Hines engine 1 in frame. Jack shaft and swing arm will use the large billet piece as a pivot.

Sam Wheeler and Chris Weisman work on the transmission design at the Weisman shop in Costa Mesa CA

Sam Wheeler and Chris Weisman work on the transmission design at the Weisman shop in Costa Mesa CA. This secondary gearbox provides extra low gear and a way to get power to the jack shaft.

Weisman transmission mounted in the frame.

Pieces in rough machine stage that will make up the rear swing arm.

Center section of the swing arm after first machining process.

Sam and his friend Roger Lamb study Sam’s drawing for rear suspension pieces.

Sam and his friend Roger Lamb study Sam’s drawing for rear suspension pieces that Roger is building for Sam at his Lamb Components shop. Roger and Sam have known each other for 50 years when they build their first streamliner in High School. Roger is also supplying the carbon-carbon disk brake for Sam.

Rear wheel built by Performance Machine.

Rear wheel built by Performance Machine to Sam’s design for the new Goodyear tires. Pulley will drive the wheel with a special Gates ribbed drive belt.