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2011 Harley-davidson Touring on 2040-motos

US $30,000.00
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:7 ColorColor: Merlot Sunglow

Miamisburg, Ohio, United States

Miamisburg, Ohio, United States
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Harley-Davidson Touring photos

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Harley-Davidson Touring tech info

For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller TypeType:Touring

Harley-Davidson Touring description

Immaculate 2011 Street Glide with way to much to list. Only 7500 miles on the bike and 1500 on new radical 107 build. Dyno'd 128hp and 131tq. Over $60k invested. Still have the majority of stock parts that will also go with the bike. Ok well here we go:
HHI lowers w/Progressive mono shocks lowered 2"
Rear Air Dragger adjustable air ride
Single side HHI caliber
21" Rampage wheel with matching rotor
18" smoothie rampage wheel in rear. 200 Metzler tire
Chromed factory pulley
Sinister wrap front fender 
Sinister extended bags
Sinister side covers
FBI rear fender and Led light kit
Danny Grey seat
All Roland Sands peekaboo Covers for cam cover and primary
FBI tank and dash cover
Sinister smooth finish windshield
Painted inner farring
Dakota gauges
J&M 7 1/4" speaker
Painted to Match hog tune tweeters
Powered by J&M 250watt amp
Aftermarket PM chrome mirrors
All Chrome Harley Controls, clutch and brake handles and grips
Wild One Chubby 10" bars
All braided chrome brake and clutch cable
Evolution industries Big Boy performance clutch
Chrome Harley Inner Primary
Performance Chain Tensioner
Ultra Cool fan assisted oil cooler
All Chrome Harley controls Ann front and rear boards
Extended chrome floor board adapters 
Switch blade pegs for comfort
2" drop in rear with shorty stand
Fuel Moto radical 107 kit
Heads milled and bored
Heads also diamond cut show finish
Woods Cams with lifters
Performance Hrods
Screaming Eagle adjustable rods
Welded trued and balanced Crank by Darkhorse
All new Performance bearings throughout
Horsepower Inc 60mm throttle body
Performance screaming eagle injectors
Sinister 2 into 1 Performance pipe
HD tour pack with carpeted linner
Chrome HD luggage rack
Harley luggage goes with
HD short backrest
New projectile HD headlight 
Flush mount chrome front turn signals
Still more I'm sure I'm forgetting. 
If interested call and leave a message.  

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