The second bike of the Sibling Rivalry series and little brother to Boodaak, the eleventh build out of Woolie’s Workshop is called Dakdaak. Designed and built for a local Venice businessman, this is one of the funnest bike builds Woolie’s ever done. “Dakdaak is the pinnacle of all street bikes I’ve built. The way that it handles and rides is just amazing,” proclaims Woolie. The bike runs a Honda CRF450X stage two motor prepped by Jim Wood at Southland racing with two-millimeter oversize stainless steel valves for longevity. The forks, also from the donor CRF450X, were re-valved, shortened and adjusted by Ed Sorbo at Lindeman Engineering. Its tank shape is almost identical to big brother Boodaak and also features a chromoly frame and swingarm but the low slung exhaust and angular radiator scoops give Dakdaak a more aggressive appearance. The seat design was inspired by Porsche Speedster-style humps. The speedo/tach mount replicates a 1940’s style execution by using leather to put the gauge in a soft suspended state. As always much care is given to use as many American made parts as possible.