Halia from AFT Customs is a Honda VT750BR full custom with a modified stock frame. All fenders & side covers are hand formed out of aluminum. Tank hand formed of steel. Hidden radiator, digital switches, LED lighting, race suspension. We built a performance naked engine – this bike was raced by AFT Girls at BONNEVILLE. Halia, which is a Hawaiian term for “Remembrance”, is a bike built in honor of the late father of Nalani, who passed away just before the bike got started. The Halia comes with a 4-cylinder Honda VT750 engine receiving a lot of tweaks to make it fit the bike and its racing purpose better. With 104.75 mph / 168.5 km/h recorded in Bonneville, the AFT Halia promises even more, as the 5,000 rpm rev limit would give way in the future to an 8,000 rpm Dynatek 3 unit. Sponsored by: Beringer Brakes, Miller Welding, K&N, Avon Grips, Avon Tyre, Race Tech, Dynatek, Motion Pro, Grip Ace, Clear Water Lights, Leo Vince, Web Cams, Shorai.

Built In: U.S.A.Bike Style: Drag Racers

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 Halia Bike Specifications – AFT Customs

Class Styling Drag Racers
Exposure/Publication AMD Bike
Frame Honda Frame
Gastank Custom One Off Gastank
Intake Cover Custom One Off
Motor Brand Honda
Motor Config V-twin
Motor Size (metric) 0750cc
Paint Color(s) Grey
Paint Theme Mural – Girl Centered
Seat Solo Solidmount
Suspension Front Conventional – Standard
Suspension Rear Swingarm Vertical Shocks
Wheels Standard 40-80 spokes