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Besides his trademark Mohawk, Russell’s been famous for his ground-up builds that made the Exile aesthetic recognizable from a block away. “I was a little concerned at first that I wouldn’t be able to get my personal satisfaction from playing with Harleys

Besides his trademark Mohawk, Russell’s been famous for his ground-up builds that made the Exile aesthetic recognizable from a block away. “I was a little concerned at first that I wouldn’t be able to get my personal satisfaction from playing with Harleys that I get from my ground-up builds but I have to say I was wrong. I get as excited about the Harleys that go out of here with makeovers as I am about the ground-up stuff,” said Russell. “The nice thing is we’re tapping a market we already created. We had an army of people who didn’t have the wherewithal or the testicles to own a rigid chopper, but now we’re able to say, ‘Ah, we’ve got something for you buddy.’ “

Checking out the finished product, you might not recognize the FXD DNA at first as this particular bike is an all-in of Exile pieces and parts. “We felt the Dynas deserved some recognition and also that a lot of our Softail makeover parts were close enough to work on a Dyna that it made no business sense not to stick our toe in that water to find out what we could sell to the Dyna crowd,” said Russell. “Some do it a piece at a time, but it always seems like a week later the guy’s calling back to say, ‘Are the bars shipped yet, ‘cause if they’re not can I have a set of forward controls?’ Once the bug gets them, they go the full distance.”

Exile’s 14” FatBar HighBars set the tone and Jaybrake hand controls with Exile’s hidden switch system in the grips cleans things up tremendously without a wire or cable in sight. The reach from the Duane Ballard solo seat to the bars and the super-sanitary Exile forward controls is daily-rider friendly. Russell replaced the stock tank with a ’06 unit “to get that traditional turn-cap style” instead of the 2010’s flush-cap dash. The rear fender is an Exile Trojan while the front is a clipped-and-cut H-D piece. Tony Markus laid on the satin black paint with discrete black Exile logos adorning the tank for all to see as long as you are extremely close.

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Besides his trademark Mohawk, Russell’s been famous for his ground-up builds that made the Exile aesthetic recognizable from a block away. “I was a little concerned at first that I wouldn’t be able to get my personal satisfaction from playing with Harleys that I get from my ground-up builds but I have to say I was wrong. I get as excited about the Harleys that go out of here with makeovers as I am about the ground-up stuff,” said Russell. “The nice thing is we’re tapping a market we already created. We had an army of people who didn’t have the wherewithal or the testicles to own a rigid chopper, but now we’re able to say, ‘Ah, we’ve got something for you buddy.’ “

Checking out the finished product, you might not recognize the FXD DNA at first as this particular bike is an all-in of Exile pieces and parts. “We felt the Dynas deserved some recognition and also that a lot of our Softail makeover parts were close enough to work on a Dyna that it made no business sense not to stick our toe in that water to find out what we could sell to the Dyna crowd,” said Russell. “Some do it a piece at a time, but it always seems like a week later the guy’s calling back to say, ‘Are the bars shipped yet, ‘cause if they’re not can I have a set of forward controls?’ Once the bug gets them, they go the full distance.”

Exile’s 14” FatBar HighBars set the tone and Jaybrake hand controls with Exile’s hidden switch system in the grips cleans things up tremendously without a wire or cable in sight. The reach from the Duane Ballard solo seat to the bars and the super-sanitary Exile forward controls is daily-rider friendly. Russell replaced the stock tank with a ’06 unit “to get that traditional turn-cap style” instead of the 2010’s flush-cap dash. The rear fender is an Exile Trojan while the front is a clipped-and-cut H-D piece. Tony Markus laid on the satin black paint with discrete black Exile logos adorning the tank for all to see as long as you are extremely close.

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Besides his trademark Mohawk, Russell’s been famous for his ground-up builds that made the Exile aesthetic recognizable from a block away. “I was a little concerned at first that I wouldn’t be able to get my personal satisfaction from playing with Harleys that I get from my ground-up builds but I have to say I was wrong. I get as excited about the Harleys that go out of here with makeovers as I am about the ground-up stuff,” said Russell. “The nice thing is we’re tapping a market we already created. We had an army of people who didn’t have the wherewithal or the testicles to own a rigid chopper, but now we’re able to say, ‘Ah, we’ve got something for you buddy.’ “

Checking out the finished product, you might not recognize the FXD DNA at first as this particular bike is an all-in of Exile pieces and parts. “We felt the Dynas deserved some recognition and also that a lot of our Softail makeover parts were close enough to work on a Dyna that it made no business sense not to stick our toe in that water to find out what we could sell to the Dyna crowd,” said Russell. “Some do it a piece at a time, but it always seems like a week later the guy’s calling back to say, ‘Are the bars shipped yet, ‘cause if they’re not can I have a set of forward controls?’ Once the bug gets them, they go the full distance.”

Exile’s 14” FatBar HighBars set the tone and Jaybrake hand controls with Exile’s hidden switch system in the grips cleans things up tremendously without a wire or cable in sight. The reach from the Duane Ballard solo seat to the bars and the super-sanitary Exile forward controls is daily-rider friendly. Russell replaced the stock tank with a ’06 unit “to get that traditional turn-cap style” instead of the 2010’s flush-cap dash. The rear fender is an Exile Trojan while the front is a clipped-and-cut H-D piece. Tony Markus laid on the satin black paint with discrete black Exile logos adorning the tank for all to see as long as you are extremely close.

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