Take a stock FXR motor and build a raked springer bike. 300mm rear with a soft tail with forward controls.
After getting the height in which the motor was to be off the ground, I was able to layout where I wanted the front and rear tires. With a minimal frame and very little covered by panels, it let the bike take on an open airy feel. Having the rear fender ½” off the tire and mounted to the swing arm and covering most of the tire only exposing the wheel, gave it a floating look. Spiked or pointed each tube end added to the flame warrior styling along with the forward controls. Custom wheels with a flame pattern and painted to match the frame, helped them stand out.