Austria based National Custom Tech (NCT) has introduced another mean piece of engineering, this time, based on Harley Davidson’s iconic Dyna.
Keep a picture of the new Eleanor beside the Harley Davidson Dyna and one will barely notice any similarities. The already-gorgeous Dyna got a lot better after the engineers at NCT added their soulful engineering works into it.
The bike which was donated to the company from California was first stripped down to its very frame. After a series of cards that were put on the table about possible modifications to the frame, Manuel, one of the engineers started with the rear of the frame.
The frame along with the rims was then taken for powder coating. Post this, the team proceeded to fit the front and rear fender along with the headlight mount, the side plates and the exhaust by hand.
NCT states that the blue seat on the bike which matches the Harley Davidson sign on the tank as well as the blue callipers was built by a partnering company which specializes in upholstering.
The team then painted the engine black after it was ready to be merged with the bike. And along with it, came the dual Akrapovic exhausts pipes. The modifiers have paid tiny attention to the details which are evident from the air filters which sports the name of the bike as well as NCT Motorcycles.
The bike gets new disc brakes as well as brake callipers. NCT has replaced the standard suspensions with Showa’s upside down forks in the front and an Ohlin’s set up at the rear. The fuel tank on the bike is adopted from XG750 Street with the new full carbon LSL. The Eleanor features a new Galespeed brake pump and clutches at the Motogadget M-switch.