Thunderbike’s Silver Blast: Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Custom Transformation

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Thunderbike's Silver Blast
Thunderbike's Silver Blast

The German powerhouse of customization, Thunderbike, has taken the legendary Harley-Davidson Fat Boy and injected it with a dose of innovation, creating the awe-inspiring Silver Blast.

This show-stopping motorcycle transcends its origins as a mainstay in the Softail family. Built-in the 1990s, the Fat Boy has found new life as the Silver Blast, boasting not only superior aesthetics but also enhanced performance.

A favorite among customizers for its hidden potential, the Fat Boy’s metamorphosis begins with a radical transformation of its wheels. The original 18-inch rims are cast aside in favor of a set of commanding 21-inch spoke wheels, each meticulously finished in black. This dramatic switch instantly redefines the bike’s profile.

Thunderbike's Silver Blast
Thunderbike’s Silver Blast (Thunderbike)

Forget the stock Harley-Davidson Fat Boy. The Thunderbike Silver Blast is a head-turning custom masterpiece built from that iconic base. A brawny new handlebar setup dominates the front, stretching 33 inches wide and 14 inches tall while cleverly hiding its cables and turn signals internally.

The rear takes center stage with a single-sided swingarm showcasing a substantial disc brake and a matching 15-spoke pulley. A wide tire fills the custom fender, which integrates taillights and even passenger seating with added footrests.

The license plate finds a new, signature Thunderbike side-mounted location. An air suspension slams the rear for a mean look, while a menacing chin fairing sits between the front wheel and radiator.

While the engine might be stock, a Dr. Jekill & Mr. Hyde exhaust and hydraulic clutch add personality. The Silver Blast might not be silver, but its sleek selenite gray paint job whispers Mercedes-AMG, and the unique seat stitching echoes Audi.

With over 30 custom parts costing nearly $18,000, this isn’t just a Fat Boy anymore it’s a rival to the stock bike’s price tag and a true collector’s dream with its intricate paintwork and expert craftsmanship.

Dana Phio

By Dana Phio

From the sound of engines to the spin of wheels, I love the excitement of driving. I really enjoy cars and bikes, and I'm here to share that passion. Daxstreet helps me keep going, connecting me with people who feel the same way. It's like finding friends for life.

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