DP Customs' Jarrod and Justin Del Prado have unveiled their latest project, the "Mack" based on a 2000-model Harley-Davidson XL1200. The black and blue café sportster features an engine capacity of 1250cc, while the cases are protected by an ultra-thin, bright aluminum coating more commonly used on firearms. The biggest change, however, comes from the suspension and geometry. The front is lower than stock and the forks and shocks come from Öhlins. Stability is improved via an increased trail and a Scotts steering stabilizer has been used to get rid of any twitchiness. Although reductions have been made in weight to increase power, the biggest reduction actually comes from the carbon fiber BST wheels equipped with Pirelli Diablo supercorsa rubber. Braking power, meanwhile, coming from a new Brembo system hooked up to an ISR master cylinder.

Take a look at the project above and peep our list of the 10 most outrageous production cars of all time.

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