Road Glide versus Dyna Wide Glide drag race at Bandimere drag strip

Me on 2001 Road Glide at Bandimere Drag strip, elevation 5800 feet. I'm going against another Harley. I believe it's a Dyna Wide Glide. It's a lot lighter bike than my Road Glide but with my engine work, I beat him. Second race is my son in his 2011 Roush Mustang. Mods to Road Glide. SE Performance heads, 95 inch big bore with flat top pistons, Andrews 54 cams, Andrews Adjustable push rods, Mikuni 45 HSR Carb, Vance & Hines pro pipe.

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