I was able to pick up a mint '07 FLHX tank console (P/N 69214-04) for my '06 FLHTP. I found it on eBay and it arrived yesterday.
The console came with the original console to tank gasket and the rear mounting tab, which attaches to the bike at the rear tank mount.
I got a chance to install it today. The swap was pretty straight forward and took about an hour to do. I used the gas filler door off of my old console plus the original filler neck to console gasket. I had to remove the saddle and the under seat tray in order to do the swap.
The only thing I had to get were some longer button screws to attach the console to the tank at the filler neck. The original screws were about 1/4" too short. I think this is because the new console sits slightly taller than the old console. I got the screws at Ace Hardware for next to nothing.
Anyway, attached are a few before and after shots.
In my opinion, it's quite an improvement over the stock console and seat filler panel.
Here's a side shot.
The tail of the console is just short of the hinge for the police saddle. It fits here better than I expected. At no time does the seat hinge hit the console when tilting the saddle.
In the 'after' shot, you'll notice that the console still has the original 'FLHX' insert. I'm not sure what I'm going to do with the insert yet. There are quite a few options available. I'm leaning toward getting the Vivid Black insert (P/N 71230-05) from Harley. It costs $49, but I'll shop around a bit to see if I can get it for less. There's also a guy who makes custom glass inserts
for Harley consoles, but I don't think this option will work for me. He does, however, make some pretty cool stuff.
Now for the cost. I paid $122 for the used console, including shipping. A new console costs $190 list, so I saved some money there. The new screws were less than $1. So all in all I was able to improve the look of the tank and keep the police saddle and didn't have to spend a ton of money to do so.