Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Sup, Sup, Sup....

Sorry guys been neglecting the blogspot for a little bit. Been crazy busy. I'll try and add some new stuff soon. I do have some great news though. Our new "Power Piston" LED tail light has a NEW price too. We have now lowered from $159 to $139 plus shipping. We wanted to help pass the savings on to our loyal customers. Thanks Also just finished up a 2002 Honda Shadow VLX 600. I'll post some pics asap. Laterz

Saturday, February 26, 2011

"We wanna help save the Boobies too"

As a company trying to make it in this industry I know that I should try and give back in one way or another. I am grateful for every day I'm allowed to be on this earth and want to spend my time with my family and friends. Some people have the same mission but are cut a little short by diseases and cancer. It's a very sad situation to be put in and it changes lives drastically. I for one have lost a close friend due to Breast Cancer so I feel that is my duty to help fight this cancer. So that being said Tail End Customs will donate $10 from each retail sale of "The Power Piston". We know it's not much but hope it will help in the long run. So remember you are also helping out a good cause when you are buying one of our light kits. Thanks for your support. TEC

"The Power Piston"

We would like to present our new tail light finally. It's called "The Power Piston" It is bright as shit with 25 Red LED's. Comes with Tail/Brake lighting option. Hard wired so you can add to any bike. The piston is made of Quality Aluminum. The piston can be polished if you like the bling bling or leave it as is for that raw look. Comes with a Red lens and a wire mesh screen to give it a old school look. You can remove the screen if you like the red lens look. Also comes with license bracket that is CNC cut from thick 10 gauge steel, then powdercoated black. The bracket is made with three large "lightening" holes to save weight and give them that rat rod look.

This is a great combo to add an old school look to your bobber or chopper!


We offer them in right or left side mount. We offer axle sizes 15mm, 17mm, 3/4", and 1", but if you need a custom axle size we can do that for you as well.

Retail price for the combo is only $159 plus shipping.

You can order by phone, email, or click the buy it now button below. Thanks for checking us out.

In stock now!!! Only $159


"Blood Thirsty" Photoshoot Pics are in!!!!

Well I got my pictures the other day from John over at NotStock Photography. He really does a bad ass job. Well I went in and photoshopped them into black and white backgrounds. Makes the bike pop so much more. Enjoy.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Good and Bad news...

Well today started off as being kind of sad. I listed the Harley for sale and it sold a couple of hours later. Didn't want to but I have alot on my plate right now. With having two other bikes, one being just finished and the other still building. Just hope I can find another good deal like that one so I can try my hand at a Harley build. So I was pretty bummed all day then this evening John from NotStock Photography contacted me telling me he was uploading the pictures from the photoshoot. So now I'm back to stoked. Now we are gonna have some bad ass pictures of the V star "Blood Thirsty" that I just finished and the tail light shoot. Looks like we are finally going public with the new lights. Whoo hoo. Stay tuned...

Saturday, January 29, 2011

"Blood Thirsty" rebuild 2000 Yamaha Vstar 650

Well it all started when I picked up this 2000 Yamaha V Star 650. Back up, let's start that over properly. I was looking online at some builds and found Rob over at and I was like holy shit that guy builds some bad ass metrics. I want to build one like it. So I started hunting vstars and found this one.

HAHA, Yeah I laughed too but I saw the potential of creating something more appealing out of it.

Well I decided that it was gonna be way more work than I was prepared to do at the time so I decided to just keep a simple bobber look with my creative designs.

So I started taking parts off of her to at least make it ridable. Also did the julio slam job on it which lowered the rear a few inches.

Then I decided to go ahead and get started. Tore her all down.

Yeah she was pretty dirty so I had to get in there and clean her up good. So I got her clean and painted the forks, Repainted the engine and powdercoated the triple trees and some of the side cover parts.

Powdercoated some parts

Got the rims ready for powder

Then I had the rims powdercoated by my buddy Tim at We did a Candy Red over chrome. Turned out sick. Wrapped them with some New Kenda tires. Then I hand painted the nipples black. Yes hand painted. That shit was tedious work.

Well worth it for sure.

So I made a little seat cover to go under the seat and cover the junk and monoshock. Just made my design. Cut it out, drilled some mounting holes, powdercoated it, then put some door jam trim stuff from autozone to keep it from rattling on the frame from vibrations. Think it turned out pretty good.

I also made a little something for the motor cleavage to fill the area. Did the same thing. Drew my design, cut it, powdercoated it. Added some details and mounted it.

I was also on a little bit of a time crunch so I figured I would try out the Blue Collar Bobber rear fender kit. Works great but the fender came out a little higher than I thought it should but still looks great. Drilled some speedholes to give the struts more style too.

Now I wanted to do something a little diferent to make the stock air filter more appealing. They had some neon light mods I found online but I just couldn't find a computer fan grill I liked enough to use. So I found a drain plug plate from lowes hardware that fit perfect. Drilled a bunch of speedholes in. Powdercoated it. Drill my hole for light. Mounted the light, then mount the plate. Turned out pretty cool I think. I know some people aren't into the whole Neon and LED stuff but it fits this build.

Got the tins back that I designed from my buddy Czar over at Master Mind Designs. Turned out slick.

Alright thats all the details ya get. Gotta keep some stuff underwraps. Ha. So here she is all finished. Should be doing a photoshoot hopefully next week but here is some pictures for now. Thanks for checkin it out.