Discussion in 'Cars Trucks Motocycles Boats' started by HotRodCarts, Oct 20, 2014.
Nice lookin' bike, Steve!! That seat kinda makes my butt hurt though.
Picked up another one.
2008 FXDC 105 Anniversary. 7000 miles and like new.
Nice bike Rod
Sorry Rod but I just noticed your new old Harley. It looks great. What kind of shape is it in.. Would you call it a barhopper or a good cruiser ?????
Both of them are good cruisers and very comfortable. If I still drank booze they would also be very good bar hoppers.
Glad to hear it's a cruisers. Now cruise your ass down to Terry' s cart race. I like your Harley's but have you gave up with your go fast cars.
No I'm still working on the race cars and engines but not driving one at this time.
If I come to the race it won't be on a bike. My old bones can't ride one for more than a hour at a time.
Nice Rod! Been off hook fer awhile.Got mine back running. I'll get pics soon.
Thanks Steve! I was just wondering where you've been lately. Good to see you post.
Had to go back to the 300 rear tire. It wouldn't steer with the flat rear tire
My son picked up this '03 sportser a few weeks ago.
Nice bikes. I almost bought a silver and black 2003 100th anniversary low rider but someone beat me to it. Then I found the 2008 105th and I like it but I'm not to sure about the fuel injection and all the electronic BS on it. I had to buy a tuner to richen it up and I'm still tweaking it with the tuner.
Thanks. I had an'08 Heritage with injection. Had cams, pipes and tuner. Was great, just gotta take the time to tune it.
I bought the Screamin Eagle Race Tuner. The bike is stock for now except for Screamin Eagle II slip ons.
I used the canned Harley Stage 1 tune and the bike runs good and a lot cooler now. It may still be a little lean. I'm going to start using the smart tune feature of the tuner but I've been spending all my free time riding it.
LOL. Goin' for a ride after lunch.
I just got back from a nice ride. It's been close to 90 here the last two days.
Raining now though.
Here's some pictures of bike # 3. 2003 100th Anniversary Low Rider with 5500 miles on it.
I just sold my 1985 FXRS so I'm down to two bikes now. I hated to see it go but I needed the money and the room in my shop.