2012 Fat Baggers Inc. “Razorback” custom built bike. This bike has a Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle 120R Race motor, with a ThunderMax ECM that produces 135+ horsepower @ 6,000 rpm and 137 ft. lbs. of torque @ 3,800 rpm at the rear wheel. Many other Harley components including six-speed tranny, wiring harness, handlebar controls, hydraulic clutch, cruise control, floorboards, security system and outer fairing. The inner fairing is one of the most unique and useful features on the bike. An Apple iPad fits into the fairing behind a lockable door. You control your radio and music through the iPad and the handlebar controls. Having a 6” X 8” GPS screen makes navigating unfamiliar territory a breeze. Being able to check the weather forecast or conditions ahead of you on the weather radar is also extremely helpful. And you can simply remove the iPad when you’re not riding and use it for e-mail, web browsing, movie watching or any other application you wish. Dakota Digital gauges provide easy to read data on speed, RPM’s, time of day, what gear you’re in, oil temp, fuel level and odometer reading. My personal iPad is not included with the bike.
The custom FBI drop frame design provides a sleek look and a comfortable 24” seat height. The stretched 5.5 gallon tank, 36 degree front end rake, wrapped front fender, wide rear fender and extended bags w/dual exhaust cut-outs really set this bike apart from others. It has a 21inch RC Components “Venom” style front wheel with matching 17” rear wheel and a 200mm Avon rear tire. The Dual FBI exhaust system sounds great and the chopped removable tourpack gives the bike great functionality for extended trips. It comes with two Danny Gray seats (two-up and solo) and an adjustable driver’s backrest. Both seats have custom stitching to match the color of the bike.
I get compliments on the custom paint job everywhere I go. The lines flow beautifully from the tank to the side covers to the extended bags. The frame is powder coated to match the dark blue color on the bike. It’s in mint condition, has never been dropped or scratched and has only 4,300 miles on it. The bike was $44,300 new. I’m asking $35,000 OBO.
If you’re looking for a bike that’s a real head-turner with a lot of power, unique features and great functionality, you might want to check this one out.