2008 Harley Davidson XL1200N "Nightster"
Vivid black, 6100 miles
H.D. Forward controls
Cycle shack slip on mufflers with wrapped pipes
Smoked turn signals and tail lights
H.D. passenger pillion and quick detach sissy bar, passenger pegs
Screamin' Eagle Race Fueler (Not installed)
Comes with stock Exhaust and lense covers as well
Will include an XL helmet (If you have a big head like me) and factory service manual
Fun bike, gets lots of looks, I'm selling it because I don't have the time to enjoy it.
Title in hand. $8,950 (SOLD)
2009 Harley-Davidson Nightster
Dennis goes over a 2009 Harley-Davidson Nightster.
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1200N screamin E- breather, S/E pipes wrapped, USB PCIII, mini apes,
nastalgic grips, burley slammer kit, relocate coil & ignition, popped tank
and clean wired. FOR SALE in ONTARIO......(classic seat/spring coming next)
2015 Indian Scout vs. Harley Sportster Part 1 - MotoUSA
We stoke the flames of an old rivalry, pitting the 2015 Harley Sportster
1200 Custom against the 2015 Indian Scout in this comparison between
American cruiser motorcycles. Read the full comparison:
Watch Part 2 of the comparison: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aa-ASPKwDo
Zombie Nightster Overview
Detailed look at my chopped and highly customized 07 Nightster. There is a
detailed overview of the build project with lots of pictures and a
step-by-step description on the HD Forum titled "Nightster Winter
Harley Davidson Sportster Nightster 1200 (NEW)
I just pulled this thing out of the garage for the first time in months so
I figured I might as well make a video & upload it. I've done a few minor
things to it since the last video. I replaced my stock handlebars with
black straight bars which I had shortened a bit to give it a sportier look.
Had the speedometer relocated to the left of the fork (which by the way
does not touch the tank when turning). A phone dock (well, technically a
shaved off OTTER BOX) mounted to the center of the handlebars for my
Samsung Note 2. The phone charges when the bike is running VIA a car
charger that is connected to the bike's battery. It's perfect for using
navigation or music with Bluetooth headphones. Since I was going for that
black look, I figured it was only appropriate to get a nice black gas cap
to match. I was lacking storage space for my gloves, glasses, insurance,
registration & other things that I needed while riding. I always thought
that side bags were so ugly & bulky looking, which in my opinion takes away
from the look of the bike. I did lots of research & finally found the
perfect bag which is small enough where it's not too noticeable but big
enough for everything I need. The bag was definitely expensive but worth
every dollar. I am kind of new to this whole YouTube thing so If anyone has
a comment, suggestion or question please feel free to ask, but I cannot
guarantee a response right away. Thank you for watching!!