In order to give the bike a mean look, we started by lowering the suspension with a H-D Sportster lowering kit. We also removed parts of the front fender and fitted a modified mini-fender at the back. Standard Harley-Davidson springs were used to give an even lower impression. Moving the headlight forward and the speedometer down and replacing the standard handlebar with a clip-on, we gave the rider a more aggressive riding position, full of street race attitude. Because our Street Racer is so low, we installed new front-end controls. That way taller riders can find a comfortable seating position as well. We used special paintwork to highlight certain parts of the bike, and gave it a carbon-look finish. Front indicators were integrated into the mirrors, rear indicators were replaced, and a LED light was installed on the rear fender. Often it's the smallest details that make a permanent impression. On this project we tried out a lot of new things, so in the end it was very educational for everyone."