1971 Yamaha XS Pandemonium


New XS by Pandemonium Custom Choppers – Speed Holes:

This XS is completely new/Rebuilt Pandemonium Chopper with Speed Holes All over – It’s a 1971 Frame with a 1981 Engine that is completely REBUILT. The Engine Cases & Head and Jugs are painted Hi Temp Black, 34MM Carbs Jetted and Rebuilt, New O-Ring Chain and Sprockets, New All Balls Bearings, New Tires and Tubes, New Brembo Front 4 Piston Caliper, New Brake Raidal Hand Control, New Odyssey Battery.


It is Lowered 3” In front – Front end is 35mm, 2.5 Gallon Frisco Style Pandemonium Gas Tank with sight gauge and relocated petcock. Has a PMA Charging system and Pamco Ignition and is Kick start ONLY the Starter is Deleted.


The Bike is covered in 98% Powdercoat. Pandemonium Hardtail Frame with 4” Stretch Black Wrinkle Powdercoat finish. Tank and Fender are Red Candy Transparent Powdercoat. Speed Holes All over the Bike.



Handmade Pandemonium Parts

  • Handlebars
  • Tank
  • E-Bomb / Stash Tube
  • Battery Box
  • Brembo Brake and drilled rotor
  • Pandemonium Brake Kit ™
  • Seat
  • Midmounts with Anderson Pegs
  • Exhaust
  • Headlight bracket
  • Tag Bracket


  1. davethewrench says:

    WOW !!!! Holly Crap !!! AMAZINGLY COOL !!!
    I’m Speachless can’t find the words right now…..WOW !!!!!!!!

    A+ YOU WIN !!!!

  2. fanoboss says:

    Style is maturing and more individually refined and defined. This is my favorite Pandy bike.

  3. Barney says:

    Dammit, that looks damn near like my tank! That rear tire is awesome.

  4. vincenstagechopper says:

    Jizz in my pants !
    I have contacted on your eBay listing to know the price of a shipment to France one never knows …

  5. Chuck Jones says:

    I really like the detail on the frame as well as the grey black paint really makes the bike look slick and well thought out.

  6. jvc says:

    Why the big battery w/no starter?

  7. Jake says:

    I see it’s up on Ebay for sale. Must have a high reserve, already at $5000.00

  8. davethewrench says:

    I don’t think the reserve was met…

  9. fanoboss says:

    Yep, the reserve was not met.

  10. dave29 says:

    seen this bike at mountainfest,it’s even better in person,Dan builds them so clean and doesn’t cut no corners,you buy one of there bike there ready to go! no loose ends. keep up the good work !!

  11. HAPPY DAN says:

    Thanks for the comments, JVC, The battery is their if someone down the road wants to install a starter. Thanks Daniel

  12. Sherwin Haas says:

    Totally cool bike, nice work!

  13. Chuck Jones says:

    O really do love this bike with all the little details and nice touches.

  14. Shane says:

    Isn’t that a tubeless tire? I like it but am not sure if I can run it on my hd wheel cause it says on the coker site that its tubeless. Any info woul be great thanks

  15. HAPPY DAN says:

    Shane, I ran a tube in mine. Bought it from Speedway motors, I would also suggest to install dyna beads, for balancing. Thanks for all the comments!

  16. misfitskinny says:

    Great build Happy Dan. Really lovin everything about this bike. Thaught you sold this on ebay, what happenend? Can’ wait to see what you do next. I dont think alot of people realize how good your fabrication skills are and what it takes to do it like you do it.

  17. Chuck Jones says:

    Really nice build I love how sleak it is. `

  18. mike lytle says:

    just noticed the heim joints on the rear brake stay,,,, that’s a really cool way to get the offset you need to hook it up to the frame rail…..nicely done!!!!!!!!!! i just might have to steal that one for my build,, thanks for the idea….