08 Harley Nightster 1200N with Thunderheader

Nightster roadster with thunderheader

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2008 Harley-Davidson XL 1200N Nightster. K&N Heavy Breather, Thunderheader Exhaust pips, HD race tuner, Title in hand! Wife says I have to sale it. $8,500. Listed on Cycletrader.com http://www.cycletrader.com/listing/2008-Harley-Davidson-Sportster-Nightster -Xl1200n-104758511

Sportster thunderheader exhaust harley forty eight
(note: brianfart on video as I called it a 2002) it is a new 2012 harley 48 with pro highflow kit, k&n filter, super tuner kit and thunderheader pipes - stock 57hp now 82hp horsepower on Dyno

Honda Rebel Bobber Project - Built by a 19 Year Old
9:15 for finished results! Engine Sound and Test Ride videos can be found on my channel. I've received many requests for more videos on my bobber so I decided to upload this after considering how difficult it was for me and how I wished people online can freakin' tell me how they did it because I had no resources and had to figure it out on my own. This is 60+ gigs of videos compiled over weeks. Heavily cut and edited to show the whole process in the building of my bobber. I apologize for the choppy music in the background. I truly hope this video helps. Subscribe for more of my random tutorials and vlogs! This bike was completed in 2010. Photos courtesy of: Edwin Chow **I DO NOT CLAIM OR OWN ANY RIGHTS TO THE AUDIO CONTENTS IN THIS VIDEO**

Harley Davidson Sportster Nightster 1200
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!!