Harley For Sale

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Brent Cantrell, Sep 17, 2001.

  1. Brent Cantrell

    Brent Cantrell Stunt Coordinator

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    2000 Nightrain,
    BigBore kit = 95 cubic inches
    SE211 cams
    Screaming Eagle heads with 10.5 to 1 pistons
    Screaming Eagle coil and ignition limited to 6200 rpm
    Screaming Eagle 44mm CV carburetor, TUNED,
    Screaming Eagle high performance clutch spring,
    Thunderheader exhaust.
    22,000 miles,
    high backrest, wrinkle black sideplates, wrinkle black luggage rack.
    Puts 100hp to the rear wheel.
    Very fast bike, and lots of fun.
    Didn't know if anyone here would be interested or not.
    Thanks...
    ps--sorry forgot to list price: 20,000 obo.(within reason) Hell, just make an offer, remember I've got nearly 8,000 in the motor alone.
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    [Edited last by Brent Cantrell on September 17, 2001 at 11:54 PM]
     
  2. Henry Carmona

    Henry Carmona Screenwriter

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    Hell Brent,
    Give us a price?
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  3. alan halvorson

    alan halvorson Cinematographer

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    Just curious - not interested - what kind of gas works with a 10.5 compression ratio?
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  4. Brent Cantrell

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  5. Jin E

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    My motorcycle runs 11.5:1 compression ratio and it can use 87 octane [​IMG] It too puts 100hp to the rear wheel... most assuredly handles better, and I have $8k in the engine + the rest of the bike. Anyhoo... just trying to give you Harley guys a hard time! Anything with two wheels is good in my book.
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  6. Philip Hamm

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    My bike has an 11:1 compression ratio and it works fine on 89 or non-reforumlated 87 (that "reforumlated" stuff causes low rpm hesitation). Put 112 hp to the rear wheel (stock according to the mags - I've never dynoed mine) and is nice and quiet. Cost me $7100 in 1995 and after 45K miles still runs like new. No seeping cylinder base gaskets to be seen. [​IMG]
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    I do like cruisers, but Harleys aren't my cup of tea (except that Dyna Super Glide and of course the V-Rod). The more mods the less I like them and I absolutely HATE loud exhausts. I prefer nice quiet reliable Kawasaki cruisers. [​IMG]
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  7. Henry Carmona

    Henry Carmona Screenwriter

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    Thats nice Philip,
    But people dont buy Harley's because they just want a motorcycle [​IMG]
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