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Alan Stiles' 2005 Big Bear Devil's Advocate Custom

November 30, 2006
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Owner: Alan Stiles – Al’s Choppers
City/State: Lee’s Summit, Missouri
Tel: (816) 309-8685
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Sale Price: $40,000

- Year/Make: 2005 Big Bear Devils Advocate Custom
- Fabrication: Alan & Tony Stiles
- Assembled by: Alan, Tony, Lucy & Lori Stiles
- Assembly time: 100 hours

- Size (ci)/Type: 96ci polished S&S
- Carburetor: S&S Super E Shorty
- Air Cleaner: ForceWinder
- Pipes: Big Bear Fastback

- Year/Type: 2005 Baker RSE6 w/hydraulic clutch
- Shifting: PM hand & forward controls

- Year/Type: 2005 Big Bear Devil’s Advocate
- Rake: 46 degrees
- Stretch: 6” up & 3” out
- Swingarm: BBC Polished
- Rear Suspension: Progressive suspension
- Forks: BBC legs on CCI 10” over 41mm fork tubes
- Extension: 10” over
- Triple-Trees: BBC 6 degree

Wheels, Tires & Brakes
- Front Wheel: 21” PM Villain
- Rear Wheel: 18” PM Villian
- Front Tire: Metzler 21”
- Rear Tire: Metzler 280
- Front Brakes: PM 4-piston caliper w/11” rotor
- Rear Brakes: PM Drive-Side 4-piston caliper w/11” rotor

- Molding: Alan & Tony Stiles – frame (all steel filled for powder coating)/Coops Customs - tins
- Painter: Coops Customs color matched the power coating to the tins
- Color: Candy Red w/Ghost Flames & Silver Tribal

- Bars: CCI Drag Bars
- Hand Controls: PM Contour
- Headlight: 7” Billet
- Taillight: Profab LED w/fender-mounted bullets
- Fuel Tank: BBC Custom
- Oil Tank: BBC DA
- Front Fender: BBC Pointed
- Rear Fender: BBC Pointed
- Pegs: PM
- Foot Controls: PM
- Seat: BBC Venom

Other Information/Specs:
The turn signal, high/low switches & horn button are hidden, but easy for the rider to access. The turn signals, running & brake lights are controlled by a Badlands illuminator Pro. The speedometer is mounted in a custom-made mount by Pat Dunnivan of 9FK.

This bike’s name is Jenny, and she is for sale for $40, 000. I work on my buddies Harleys, old and new, and plan to use the money to build another bike (a bagger this time), and start a mobile bike service company where I can fix bikes for owners who don’t like conventional repair shops or have trouble getting their bikes to the shop. I can make house calls to do routine maintenance and repairs.

Photos by Mike Schweder, Stripe

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