2010 Harley-Davidson FLHX 30” Custom

This is an award winning custom from the boys at D.A. Performance, winners of Baddest Bagger in Sturgis for both 2015 and 2016. This bad boy is a 2010 Street Glide that has been completely customized. The frame was modified by Chassis Design Co. who added the dual radius down tubes, the HHI neck with internal wiring and the FBI 3” drop seat. Once completed the frame was completely air brushed and is simply a work of art. It has LoCash wheels and rotors from Matt Hotch which were all painted in a dazzling Metallic Red that perfectly compliment the custom paint job. The paint job was just completed by Gator Customs and is absolutely flawless. Incorporated into the paint is their patented Gator Glass which lights up the Harley logos on the tanks in two different colors as well as the saddle bag accents, running lights, turn signals and blinkers. The $12,000 paint job was just completed and the bike has about 300 miles since. The sound system is insane consisting of 10 Hertz SPL speakers, 2 JL Audio HD600/4 amps and is controlled by a fairing mounted i-Pad. When the bike was repainted the engine was redone as well which consisted of building it up to a 103, adding WFO heads, Andrews 54H cams, flat top pistons as well Timken bearings, a new oil pump and new lifters. The entire driveline was powder coated in a black wrinkle and it sounds just plain nasty ripping through its Akrapovic 2 into 1 exhaust. The bars are 10” HB1’s from Torch industries with full internal wires. The fenders and tanks are all steel with the front being from Fat Katz and both the tanks and rear fender coming from DD Custom Cycles. Other notable features include the dual tank quick air ride for both ends, the 6 piston front caliper from Glenndyne Designs, the electric center stand from Speed by Designs and the Inlaid bags from Cylent Cycles. This bike was featured in the June 2013 Issue of Urban Bagger. This bike sold new a year ago for $75,000 and the buyer spent an additional $12,000 to have it repainted as well as another $4,000 to have all of the engine work done.