Details of 1983 XLX: $3250
• 23k + miles (rebuild at 20k)
• Vin# 1HD1C CH10D Y1173 35
• Becoming increasingly rare, as it is one of last years of Ironhead era bikes. Turns 40 in a few years and is categorized now as a classic.
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Motor Rebuild Done
• Parts: Flywheel assembly: Jims cranpin, Jims sprocket shaft, Jims pinion shaft. Made in USA Sunnax connecting rod rollers, Sunnax Pinion rollers, Timken sprocket shaft bearings with/races. New wrist pin bushings (bronze)
• Labor: Static balanced flywheels done individually to prevent vibration and weights within 0.1 gram. Trued within .0005 on pinion saft and .001 on sprocket shaft.
• Cam cavity /parts: New Torrington cam bearings (4) all new tappet rollers (Torrington). Completely rebuilt original oil pump, modified breather assembly (external PCV valve) stock cams.
• Labor: Line hone case-can bushings in cover, Line hone pinion race - pinion bushings in cover
• Top end cast pistons +.010, all Kibble White precision machine black nitrate valves with valve seals
• Labor: Surface machine cylinders top and bottom. Removed .005 each side. Machine heads at head gasket -.0005 each. Mild porting (mostly just cleaning up existing ports.) Polished rocker arms.
• Transmission: New bearings all of them either Koyo or Torrington. Gears have mild speed cut and mild polish. Shifter forks are steel and polished.
• New Barnett clutches. New primary chain. James gaskets. Points ignition, Andrew coil, S&S Carb
No leaks or smoke. Runs probably better than off the line. I know that, because I rode one way back in the 1980s.
Original seat (can't find those anywhere), manual, Carb, and anything that was removed during rebuild comes with it. Restoring it back to original would be easy, just won't run like it does now. Smoothest shifting Sportster I have ever ridden.
The big dollar work is done, next owner can now bring it to show room level if they want or create what they want with it.