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  YEAR: 2005
  MAKE: Harley Davidson - Motorcycle  
  MODEL: Motorcycle  
  STYLE: 95” Hardtail Chopper  
  PRICE: $12,500  
  PHONE: (815) 625-2500  
  EMAIL: john@hotrodschoppers.com  
  ZIP CODE: 61081  
  STOCK NUMBER: 10508  
  DESCRIPTION:  
  This wicked creation started out as a 2005 Deuce (FXSTD) and is titled as such. The engine and transmission are both original and had approximately 15,000 miles on them before the bike was converted into a chopper. The engine was rebuilt when the conversion was done at which time the heads were replaced with Screamin’ Eagle MCR heads and a Woods 95” kit was installed. With these heads and the 95” kit this bad boy is producing over 100 hp. The conversion was completed in 2010 and is estimated that the bike has approximately 2,000 miles since its completion. The original frame was raked, stretched and converted to a hard tail. The front end was replaced with a Blind Billet 10 over that has black anodized lowers and trees. The primary was replaced with a 3” BDL and the shifter was converted to a suicide shifter with a foot clutch. It now rolls a wide 200mm rear tire with a 21” up front to handle the steering. Virtually every other item on this bike has been changed including the custom bars, gauges, forward controls, the gas tank, the rear fender and the oil reservoir is now mounted on the side to enable clearance for the super low seat height. Fuel and air are supplied by a Forcewinder Pro air filter which is mated to an S&S carb and is sparked by a performance ignition. Not only does it look wicked but it sound just plain nasty ripping through its Super Trapp Pipes. If you have been looking for a hardcore chopper they don’t get any more aggressive than this one. All said and done over $20,000 was spent in converting this from a Deuce to a Chopper and that didn’t include the price of the original bike. We have priced this beauty to sell so don’t wait till it’s gone to call! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com!  
   
     
     

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