2004 Harley-Davidson Road King

Very custom and unique

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Listing TypeAuction
Ships FromNorth Easton, Massachusetts

ModelRoad King
For Sale ByPrivate Seller
Vehicle TitleClear
WarrantyVehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Exterior ColorBlack
Engine Size (cc)1688
Sub Model (Optional)Very custom
Title2004 Harley-Davidson Road King
SubTitle2004 Harley-Davidson Road King
VIN Number1HD1FRW154Y714378
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Harley-Davidson Road King. Condition is Used. This is my pride and joy. I've slowly refined and customized this bike over a 15 year period. It has never been crashed or down. I own a collision repair shop and we dabble in restorations and customs too, so all the work was done at my shop and under my guidance. It started as a stock Road King Classic when I bought it used with about 6,500 miles around 2006. I'm not sure of the mileage now but it's not much...I spend more time changing things than driving it frankly..maybe 10 or 11,000 miles tops. The stock 88 cu in fuel injected motor was bored and stroked to 103 cu in 2017. We added a relatively mild cam along with a Dyno Jet Power Commander tuner and other upgrades. We had it dyno tuned and it produced 105HP and 128 Ft Lbs of Torque. The motor was professionally done by a reputable builder and has run flawlessly from the beginning. Other features on the engine include a BDS primary belt drive that I had sent out and chrome plated before install (the chrome alone cost almost 2 grand). I installed a chrome high torque starter to help with the extra compression, but we also installed compression relief valves for starting. so there is no problem turning this over, even on a real hot day. The cylinders are CNC diamond cut for appearance and cooling. The exhaust is a Vance & Hines 2 into 2 Big Radius design with Big City Thunder Baffles...it's loud, but sounds nice. This engine does not leak one drop of oil and runs perfectly. The Engine also is covered in every Kuryakyn chrome add-on available, which makes for a really stunning all chrome look.. imo. Body mods include a Native Customs "slammed" front fender. This fender is tilted forward slightly and lowered tight against the 23 inch Avon tire and Renegade 3 spoke billet chrome wheel. My shop also added a 4 inch stretch to the rear of the front fender which looks cool. The tank is a stock steel tank, stretched by Native Customs...this is NOT a cover, this is old school hand formed steel. The inside is acid etched and then nickel plated and I've had zero leaks with this setup. The "Harley Davidson" logo on tank is a custom one off font done by a local artist and then 3-D laser cut and bonded to the tank. We then based and clear coated everything for a black on black relief look.The rear fender is, again, an all steel piece but from Klock Werks....it is widened to fit over the 260...or 70 (? I forget size) rear Avon tire and is stretched as well. We fitted the drive with a narrow primary & secondary sprocket and belt to clear the tire and maintain the stock swing arm. Under the rear fender is a Bad Dad customized hidden articulating license plate carrier that disappears when not driving. The LED taillights are from Native Customs and were flush fit into the Klock Werks bag fillers by my shop. The rear bags are Bad Dads stretched and carpet lined, they are top quality pieces..they also have a hidden storage compartment within the 4 inch stretch which is handy. The seat pan was custom made by Perowitz and covered by Danny Gray custom leather (this seat cost me over $1600...which is a ridiculous..but, I didn't ask for a quote). The front Nacelle is from Bad Dad and is angled to accommodate the additional rake of the triple tree. It was also highly modified (stretched) by my shop to include a billet aluminum chromed headlight surround that covers a very bright A/M LED headlamp. The bars are Harley wide and low "Beach Bars" and are a departure from the ape hangers everyone has. Suspension.. The front end has a Harley trike triple tree which gives just enough bump to the rake at 2-1/2 degrees to clear the 23" front tire but not mess with the handling. I would even say that with the lowered ride height and added rake, it handles even better than a stock RK imo. The front fork tubes have been smoothed and chrome plated along with a lowering spring kit and heavy weight oil to dampen the travel speed due to the lowered ride height. The front factory dual disk brake system was replaced with a single six piston chrome caliper from Native Customs.The rear is mostly stock except for a set of adjustable chrome Arnott air ride shocks. The only thing that is stock and untouched on this bike is the frame and the swing arm. The changes are subtle and tasteful which culminate to a very unique look. With its slammed stance and subtle rake, it has kind of a retro hot rod look. I promise you, this bike turns heads. With the original purchase price and the cost of parts and my guys labor, I am into this bike for just under $55,000. Remember that is my cost as a service provider. The labor costs were direct and the parts were at wholesale. If I built this bike for a customer, I would bill it out at somewhere between 80 and $90,000. Good luck