Time to let the ol girl go as my garage resembles 10 pounds of s@*t in a 5 pound bag and I need the space!
So here's the skinny:
2002 Harley Sportster 1200 Custom Street Tracker aka Super Potato on Barf
This bike has many great performance upgrades and is not your average all show/no go type of custom bike.
The best part is the bike has so many new, fresh/re-built parts it's practically a new bike.
To start with, the motors top end has recently been rebuilt within the last 3k miles and includes the following:
Buell Thunderstorm heads freshened up at Hannons machine shop.
New J&E lightweight forged 100hp thunderstorm pistons.
Screamin eagle cams
Fueling hp lifters.
Mikuni HSR32 carb with screaming eagle intake, pingel petcock.
Energy One high Performance clutch.
Daytona fully tunable digital single fire ignition & Screaming eagle plug wires.
BDL lightweight couter shaft pulley.
Recently installed low milage Buell thunderbolt tranny.
Carbon Fiber/Stainless Kerker upswept full exhaust system
yes it hauls ass
Fully adjustable 3 way showa forks with race tech springs purchased NEW from HD within the last 6k miles.
Works shocks also new less than 1k miles on them.
Custom built front and rear 18/19 aluminum laced wheels running buchanan hd stainless spokes.
New Bridgestone BT45 150 rear tire and 90% new matching front.
HP Dual Brembo 4 piston front brakes taken from a new Vrod with correct master cylinder and braided ss lines front and rear.
Storz billet rear set foot controls.
Hot wing glass street tracker rear tail section.
Pro-Taper fat bars with milled bar clamp and adapters to run oem hand controls.
New steering head, swing arm and wheel bearings.
The bike is currently painted satin black now or waiting for your imagination (I dig the way it looks black but hey I'm a minimalist), the turn signals/brake lights all work and the bike was wired using professional grade weather tight connectors.
I will include a set of clubman/cafe style bars and braided shorter brake lines with the bike for anyone who would like them as well.
I also have a chain drive set-up I can include.
Always garaged, always starts right up and is very reliable.
I've had a ton of fun on this bike but it's time to pass the torch.