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2009 Screaming Eagle Road Glide

1. 110 motor has been rebuilt from the crank up
2. 110 horsepower and 113 torque
3. Gear driven custom cam, roller tip lifters, high volume oil pump, Power Commander IV
4. Roland Sands breather with K&N element custom after market oil filter, with another backup one as well
5. Vanes and Hines Power Dual exhaust with Rineheart 4" slip-ons
6. Motor build was designed to give power while maintaining reliability
7. Monty (from the Dealership) upgraded suspension, Race Tech up front and maunally adjusted rear for load (NOT AIR), huge improvement in handling
8. Cee Baileys windshield, original windshield also included
9. Yaffe chrome windshield trim with LED turn signals.
10. Yaffe 12" handlebar controls have been upgraded to include CB, PTT, rider to passenger comm. and complete music control
11. Hole Shot Choppers LED headlights with handmade headlight bezel
12. Seat is a Mustang that Mean City Cycles improved with foam padding and Ostrich center panels, original seat also included
13. Both tires are almost new with approximately 3,000 miles on them
14. King tour-pack with backrest has been added with 4-point quick disconnect system .....there is also the original passenger backrest and a higher backrest as well
15. The rear of the tour-pak has winged luggage rack with LED lights as well as two Kuryakyn LED lights
16. Custom pin stiping by John Hannukaine in Tumwater, Washington
17. Over 4 years left on 5 year extended warranty program
18. Also included ..all paperwork from original purchase, and all service and modification receipts, shop manual, and owners handbook
Also lots of little extras as well
##SPECIAL NOTE: bike was voted "best of show" for two years by HOG Chapter
Current mileage is 39,746
MUST SELL -- $39,500. over $65 into it
 

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Nice looking bike, and I don't doubt you have a ton of money into it, but unfortunately you just won't ever get back the cost of the modifications when you sell. I don't intend to crap on your thread, and good luck, but you are very unlikely to get anywhere near your asking price for this bike.
 
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