Scott Hayes is addicted to power, so much so that “He’s got a blower on everything he owns, with the exception of his lawn mower, and that’s no longer stock!” That’s according to Michael Ballew, owner of Ballew’s South Central Customs of Upper Bluff, Missouri. While that might be a slight overstatement of the facts, it’s not far from the truth either. Ballew’s shop is located about halfway between Memphis and Saint Louis, and he has been building bikes and other petroleum-powered toys for Scott since the ’80s.
Scott looked to Ballew to build him a bike that had monster horsepower, killer looks, and was comfortable enough to be ridden everyday. Without hesitation, Ballew accepted the project and got started sketching out some ideas. What he came up with was a long, low machine with lines that flowed from the stretched gas tank under the seat, out the rear fender, and over the fat rear tire. The motor was a no-brainer for Ballew — a lot of displacement and, what else? A blower, of course! After Scott took a look at the initial sketches, he gave Ballew the green light.
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