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Bike test Harley Davidson Nightster

The Sportster family is the embodiment of Harley Davidson. The very first version of this sporty Harley appeared in 1957.


 


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Harley Sportster Nightster - Team Dark Custom
I've gotten a lot of inspiration from other YouTube users, so it's about time I share some of my own mods here. It's a 2008 Harley Sportster Nightster XL1200N. Bught it second hand and tweaked it to my own likings. Big thanks to my dad for helping me with fabrication! Also, I recommend getting a Clymer shop manual, or similar, it's saved me a few times. Otherwise, if you have any questions about your Sporty, sign up to XLforum, all answers can be found there. Things left to do: Already bought, but need to install Buchanan's twisted stainless spokes front and rear Paint the graphics in gunmetal silver, dark silver flake or silver leaf On the wish list: Daymaker headlight 1250 kit with cams and head work Complete internal wiring Paint the grey engine wrinkle black Figure Machine Vision cam cover Tear it down, cut off all unnecessary brackets, smooth out some horrible MoCo welds and powder coat frame, fork and swing arm Mod list, so far: Chopped cam cover, struts and rear fender Removed front fender, belt guards and a ton of plastic Homemade Team Dark Custom design (cut on vinyl decals at Dech Sticker Phuket) LePera Bare Bones seat Vance & Hines Competition Series 2-1 Exhaust DEI Titanium Exhaust wrap Nightrider X14iED fuel management Progressive Suspension 412 rear shocks 11.5" Progressive Suspension Monotube fork cartridges Rizoma front sprocket cover Rizoma Radial mirrors Harley analog tach / digital speedo combo Performance Machine Max HP air cleaner RSD fork brace RSD speedo mount with dummy lights RSD foot pegs Harley forward controls Harley drag bars MotoGadget grips and bar end indicators Performance Machine levers and controls Shorty chrome risers Performance Machine 6 piston front caliper Performance Machine 4 piston rear caliper RSD Diesel 13" front rotor RSD Diesel 11.5" rear rotor Kellermann rear LED lights Arlen Ness Deep Cut shifter rod Modified chin fairing from a frame mount EVO RSD Nostalgia Contrast Cut outer rocker covers Harley chrome inner rocker covers Harley black head bolt bridges Screaming Eagle plug wires Homemade ignition and coil relocation bracket Homemade 1.5" tank lift (I lied in the video, it's not 2") AntiGravity 12 cell lithium ion battery Rerouted all wires using stock harness Any questions, feel free to ask. /Fred (Phuket, Thailand) "Fred Phuket" on XLforum.net





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Harley Davidson Iron 883 Sportster walk around
4" pullback - HD drag bars Joker Machine speedo relocation Joker Machine headlight bracket Joker Machine 2" billet risers Roland Sands Grips - Black Ops Stage 1 Vance & Hines short shots Screamin' Eagle Heavy Breather Side mounted license plate Dark Custom Tank - Timing cover - Fuel Cap & Derby cover Progressive 412 shocks Removed the Fork reflectors





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'08 XL1200N Harley Davidson Nightster Short Shots
Nightster with a few mods. 'Stage 1' with Vance and Hines black Short Shots, Vance and Hines Fuelpak, and Screamin Eagle air cleaner. Black Progressive 412 rear shocks. Mustang Vintage Solo seat. The 'stage 1' with the new pipes really woke the bike up. It *feels* like a Harley now. The sound is incredible. It's quite a bit quicker too. The combination of the 412's and seat have made an incredible improvement to the ride. I think I can actually ride for more than an hour without needing to stop and stretch now. I plan on getting a detachable rear rack and roll bag for it still and maybe a new grips and pegs set, but I'm not planning much more in the way of modifications. A few accent pieces here and there is all I can foresee. No ape hangers or forward controls for me. I like it like it is.





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When it comes to liking the cut of one’s jib, no motorcycle owns a profile quite like the Road Glide’s. Not only is the Road Glide unique in Harley-Davidson’s line-up, but also in the realm of cruiserdom. Others emulate the fork-mounted, batwing fairing of Street Glides and Ultras, but the Road Glide’s frame-mounted fairing and its distinctive styling sets it apart from the crowd. This striking fairing quality was what made the omission of the Road Glide from Harley’s 2014 lineup so apparent. In an ends-justify-the-means scenario, the yearlong vacation was well-deserved because the Road Glide has returned, endowed with the benefits of Project Rushmore upgrades. Read the full review at: http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/harley-davidson/2015-harley-davidson -road-glide-first-ride-review-video.html Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Motorcycle YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/Motorcycle Facebook - http://facebook.com/MotorcycleCom Twitter - http://twitter.com/MotorcycleCom Web - http://www.Motorcycle.com Established in 1994, Motorcycle.com is the premiere online resource for motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts. With hundreds of high quality, detailed video reviews on bikes from Harley-Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and just about everybody else, it's the best place to go to learn about the latest and greatest two-wheeled creations. There's simply no better resource if you're planning on buying or if you just want to check out some awesome machines.





2010 Harley Davidson nightster Fat bobber ride -check my new video out
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