This was pointed out to me over on Bike EXIF….  some really nice work!

This bit caught my eye…

‘The 865 cc engine internals are stock, but the removal of the oil cooler threw me at first. It’s apparently had no injurious effect: “with richer jetting and new pipes, oil temperatures have not been a problem,” says Hammarhead. “I constructed a custom Spurgin oil cooler for the bike, but while I was waiting for the lines to arrive, my brother encouraged me to throw in a few plugs and light the bike. We ran it with an oil temp gauge and slowly became more confident. For nervous folks (like me) an oil cooler is a no-cost option.”

[All photos by Ryan Miller.]
Jack Pine
Price: $16,500
Concept: James Hammarhead
Base: 2005-08 Triumph Scrambler
Power: 865cc Twin
Build Time: 90 days
Carburetion: Keihin CR
Air filter: Modified K&N
Exhaust: Specialty Spares with MAMotorworks baffle
Front: Race Tech Gold Valve Cartridge Emulators
Rear: Works Performance Steel Trackers
Tires: Continental Twinduro
Painter: James Hammarhead
Color: 50/50 mix Rust-Oleum gloss & flat black
Bars: no name vintage MX
Brake master cylinder: Brembo
Mirror: Joker Machine
Fenders: no name alloy
Pegs: Joker Machine
Taillight: Street Magic
Risers: TAG Metals
Seat: Hammarhead Industries
Sprocket cover: Joker Machine
Speedo: Dakota Digital with cable drive
Switch gear: Emgo & Honda Ruckus
Turn signals: Truck-Lite