The Harley-Davidson that intrigues me more than all others is the XR 750. The dirt-track legend is, in my humble opinion, the coolest American racing motorcycle ever built. So what do you do if you have an 883 or 1200 Sportster and lust for an XR? Build one! Or at least build something that looks and handles similarly.
Storz Performance has the parts you need to transform that Clark Kent Sportster into a Superman of an XR. The company offers bodywork, exhaust, wheels, driveline accessories, and foot and hand controls that will facilitate the conversion.
The conversion can be purchased as a full kit. However, the company also offers the components individually. Their website even offers suggestions as to which parts offer the quickest route to a dirt-track style look.
I have never been into kit bikes, kit cars, or faux body conversions in general. However, having seen a Storz converted Harley in person, I walked away impressed. The look was authentic and the handling upgrades were impressive.
Yes, you can buy a new Harley XR1200. However, if you want to convert that 883 or 1200 Sportster in your garage into a cool looking, dirt-track influenced ride, check out the Storz 2011 online catalog. http://www.storzperf.com/