I picked this bike up recently from a mechanic friend and it has gone through a lot of work to get it to look like it does now. This bike is great for anyone who wants the convenience of a modern bike that you can get on and go, with some of the looks of an older "chopper". This bike runs like a top and starts right up even in 30 degree weather because of the fuel-injection system.
Here is a quick run down of what's what on the bike:
-21" Harley rim laced with chrome Buchanan spokes. - 16" Chrome cast wheel on the back. I have a High Heat sprayed black Mag and rotor that goes with the bike too. -Brand New Biltwell HB Tuck n Roll Seat (finally a seat my wife approved of!). -Harley 48 tank and fender painted by Denny Babin (Featured on the cover of Greasy Kulture Magazine and several other magazines for his paint and custom builds). -Harley Pegs (knurled black operator and stock rubber for passenger...chrome passenger peg mounts). -Vance and Hines Fuel Pak. -ECM relocated. -Paugcho 40" Drag pipes with Big City Thunder Power Baffles (adds low ened torque and deepens the exhaust note... this bike has a nice growl). -4.5" Headlight with custom mount. -Shaved top triple tree. -Wiring harness reduced and tucked under tank. All hand switches removed, all turn signals removed (could be plugged back in to the harness), speedometer removed (can be plugged back in), relocated starter button, relocated coil and ignition. -Factory Anti theft security system (operated with a key fob). -Scotchbrited the motor for a satin finish. -Modified cam and sprocket covers. -Mid controls installed, selling with forward controls. -Biltwell Slimline risers and kung fu grips, comes with another set in black -Ironhead clutch lever and shaved stock master cylinder. -Side plate and model A light from No school Choppers. -Stock 48 shocks