Complete motorcycles started rolling out in ’96, and by ’98 the factory was cranking out 300 copies every year. Though essentially unencumbered by details like styling, comfort or handling, early models made up for it with tons of what every red-blooded American 7-year-old thinks a motorcycle should be: huge, loud, flashyand fast. Those who lived to tell the tale say a healthy example is capable of covering a quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds at 140-plus mph. Not bad for over a half-ton of motorcycle that measures 6.5 feet from axle to axle. A 180-mph top speed is theoretically possible, but not at all advisable.