Jeff Wright from Church of Chopper , started the project several years ago and completed the bike last year. He started with a stock 1990 FXR with a factory reconditioned motor that had 1000 miles on it.
He added a dyna electronic ignition, belt drive, and an odyssey battery. There are so many meticulously fabricated details and high end parts on the bike, they are too numerous to list. The pictures below tell the story of the build. The custom swing arm, tank, seat, controls, and exhaust are some of the cleanest and most beautiful metal work I’ve ever seen. The bike runs a lot of high end performance parts, big Beringer rotors, Odyssey battery, Mach Modified piggyback shocks, a Racefit CR exhaust, a newer Dyna front end, and Keihin Flat CR carb. I've never seen anything close to this combination of parts and colors on a Harley before, or on any bike. It's a work of art. I really like Jeff's use of primary colors. There are small details everywhere, blue, orange, red, green, and yellow. It draws you in and you find yourself unable to stop looking at it over and over again. The green seat cowl was purposely distressed.
Photo and info from Northeast- Sportcar