Love those old bikes, nice Pan head.
Here's a photo of my '51 Pan, sorry I only have one and I'm in it.
Eng size:74 cubic inches
Accessories:Bunch of period stuff.
And the story:Last year of of tank shift, rocker clutch only. I've owned it about 25/30 years and it's far from stock, paint, chrome etc. A few purists think I've messed it up but............I like it.
CRAZY_TRAIN2001 Custom-made cams, Homemade 2-into-1 ceramic coated headers with Supertrapp slip-on, Candy Apple Red repaint with stock decals, chromed forks, digital oil-temp gauge, fan-assisted oil cooler, laptop-programmed ECU, billet air cleaner backing plate with K&N filter, 180 rear tire. Those mods enabled me to beat a Hayabusa at Phil Peterson's Harley Davidson's annual birthday party and dyno shootout. The 'Busa showed up to embarrass the Harleys, and I showed my appreciation for the invitation by embarrassing the 'Busa - 11.7 seconds. I sold the bike not long afterwards. It was too fast. I can't refuse a race, and I'm too old to race against crotch rockets - I was gonna kill myself with that bike! I have a nice safe 105th Anniversary harley now. Oh, did I forget to mention that it's an Excelsior Henderson Super-X, made in Belle Plains, MN?
Model: Softail Night Train
Color: Vivid Black
Eng size: 96 ci
Transmission: 6 speed
Pipes: Vance&Hines Radius
Seat: Corbin Gun-Fighter
Wheels: Performance machine Gasser "contrast cut"...21" in the front and 18" in the back with metzeler rubber
HD Fat Bob Dual Headlight
HD black inverted front-end
PM rotors and pulley that match wheels
PM black forward controls/matching passenger pegs
Martin Bros. Front brace
HD engine accents
HD L.E.D rear tail-light
HD chrome Voltage regulator
HD voltage regulator cover powdercoated black
Harrison Specialties L.E.D Turn Signals
Kuryakyn side-mount license plate
West Coast Choppers "F*CK YOU" risers
Internal handle bar wiring
All steel-braided Lines
All chrome screw kit (engine and fairing)
Arlen Ness Mirrors
DM racing Spike Intake
Harley Race Tuned
Progressive Lowering kit in the back (about 2inches)
The story: I think i got all the accesories down.. LOL Anyhow, My name is Ali, this is my second harley ive had the pleasure of owning, my first was a 2008 XL1200 NIGHTSTER, I got it about 6 months ago, at first I really loved that bike, until i went on my first sunday ride with my group I now ride with regularly, the suspension on the freeway was very hard on my back and i felt I had to push the bike very hard just to keep up with the pack, after owning that bike for 2 weeks I knew i had to trade up, so ya I traded the nightster in for my Night Train, lost a lot of money, but thats what I get for not listening to everyone about not buying sportsters because I'd outgrow it fast. Anyway the day I rode my night train home, i was so excited in how awesome it rode compared to my sportster, and i immediately got sucked in to modifying the bike, I pretty much spend every dollar I can on the bike. I'm obsessed with everything harley now =) and i plan on modifying the bike a whole lot more in time, but for now check out the pictures and let me know how you like it, enough to vote for me i hope, thanks everyone!
OK ladies and gents! What we have here is May's 2008 ROTM! Lets make this just as exciting as last months! Vote away!!!Year: 2005
Model: draggin custom cycles
Eng size: 80
Transmission(5sp, 6sp etc): 6
Pipes: big growl
Seat: el cheapo
And the story: found a guy in kentucky, built this for me. ultima frame, originally the fender was mounted to swing arm. cut that off, picked up a wcc fender, cut it up to fit my tire. sissy bar made by bruce riley twisted metal over on east coast. the brackets were sportsters that i cut 3 inches off and drilled holes to fit my fender struts.. nothing fancy but i like it. dave link to my gallery http://www.v-twinforum.com/gallery/s...0&ppuser=45487 cant get bigger pics for some reason