This Sexy And Sinister Harley-Davidson Dyna Will Make You Feel Like The Dark Knight

This Sexy And Sinister Harley-Davidson Dyna Will Make You Feel Like The Dark Knight

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This Sexy And Sinister Harley-Davidson Dyna Will Make You Feel Like The Dark Knight
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The Harley-Davidson Dyna (short for ‘Dynamic’) is an iconic moniker. It debuted in 1991 and stayed on sale till 2017, roping in a huge fan following. As a result, the cruiser remains a popular pick today as well. Not just for fans, but also for custom shops, which often results in some striking builds. Case in context here is a custom 2011 Dyna dialed to eleven by PopBang Classics based out of the Gold Coast (Australia). The motorcycle had come in for a simple touch-up but now enjoys a sinister custom treatment to make you feel like the Dark Knight.


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The Custom Harley-Davidson Dyna Has Oodles Of Custom Components

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PopBang Classics

One look at the custom Dyna, and you’ll be in awe of its aesthetic, as there’s no shortage of custom elements. Up top, the cruiser motorcycle flexes a custom LED headlight, slapped between black sleeves for the top of the forks. This is followed by a custom fuel tank, much edgier than the curvy stock unit. It boasts diamond inlays on the sides and top for a premium aesthetic, topped off by an embedded MotoGadget Mini LCD readout. You should also know the fuel pump assembly under the tank is all custom work as well.

Next, Justin (founder of PopBang Classics) has thrown in a custom saddle, slimmer than the stock seat. It wears a premium diamond-stitched cover and integrates neatly with the chopped latter end of the cruiser. Interestingly, the rear fender is actually the original unit, although the maker has reduced its width by 50 mm. The seamless and three-step adjustable number plate mount, along with Kellerman three-in-one LEDs, round off the jazzed-up tail end.

Meanwhile, once you swing a leg, you will be greeted by a custom handlebar. Not only is it shorter than the ape-hanger-type OEM unit, but there are also MotoGadget mini switches, KustomTech levers, and custom grips. We also dig the internal throttle wiring that creates a squeaky clean look.

The Custom Harley-Davidson Dyna Is Down To Earth, Literally

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PopBang Classics

Coming to underpinnings, there’s a lot going on here. The stock dual shock absorbers have made way for air suspension at the rear. This allows infinite adjustment at the flick of the switch, in addition to a lower rear stance. Concurrently, the telescopic forks are now shorter by a whopping 4.72 inches to create a super down-to-earth profile at both ends. Since such short forks mean very little suspension travel, the internal springs and oils have been swapped to increase the stiffness.

Another noteworthy upgrade is the set of wheels. Instead of the retro spokes, the cruiser now glides on custom alloy wheels. These are much wider than the OEM hoops and wear beefy All State Dirtman rubber to create a Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight-like appeal. As easy as the swap sounds, Justin says he had to create custom axles, spacers, and adaptor rings for the new wheels to fit seamlessly.

What about the engine, you ask? Well, not much has been done here. The most noteworthy upgrades are a Rough Crafts sourced two-into-two exhaust and a free-flow air filter. These shouldn’t do wonders to the 1,584cc, V-twin’s 94-pound-feet output, but a small bump is expected. And since there’s not a huge difference in power, the stock brakes (single rotors at each end) remain as is.

The Custom Harley-Davidson Dyna Drips In Black From Head To Toe

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PopBang Classics

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Finally, the custom motorcycle is wrapped in an all-black livery. But the closer you look, the better it gets. For instance, the tank has a gorgeous satin matte finish, accentuated by the gloss black inlays. The wheels have their own black finish, and a similar treatment also follows for the blacked-out engine. We also dig the gloss black exhaust shield–a perfect contrast for the matte black pipes. Speaking of contrast, all the fasteners are stainless steel for a subtle pop on an otherwise sinister livery.

Can You Buy The Custom Harley-Davidson Dyna?

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PopBang Classics

When Justin built this beast, he did so for a regular customer. But now, you’d be happy to know the Dyna is looking for a new home. You can get in touch with PopBang Classics for more details and put in a deposit, in case you’re really sold. The only problem, according to us, would be freight, as Australia and the U.S. are practically on opposite ends of the world. It’s nothing a few extra dollars can’t solve, though.

So what’s your take on this custom Dyna? Love it, hate it, or lusting over it? Tell us in the comments.


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