My baby's three looks

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by FLIPBEL, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. FLIPBEL

    FLIPBEL Member

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    I finally completed my project. I wanted to be able to have three different looks and applications on my 2009 EGC. After penny pinching here and there and $620.00 later (including the in fairing antenna) I am done. I placed a video on youtube for those how might want to go the same route but would like to see how it looks before investing any money.


    YouTube - HARLEY DAVIDSON THREE LOOKS
     
  2. trvlr

    trvlr Junior Member

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    purdy....all three of 'em :D
     
  3. Cyclops

    Cyclops Active Member

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    Nothing like being diversified. Nice work Flipbel. Based on what I know others paid, I really like the total cost.
     
  4. dbmg

    dbmg Experienced Member

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    Great job. Looks very nice. And to have 3 different bikes in one. Right On.
     
  5. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

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    HMMM, convertible I like:s
     
  6. NEWHD74FAN

    NEWHD74FAN Experienced Member Retired Moderators

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    Nice, and for the price...unbeatable! In some ways I like the convertible idea...

    But a single Sportster minimalist type bike as my daily driver...I had to compromise so I would not have to adapt and still somehow come out short if I arrive at the destination and suddenly my needs change, so mine is 1/2 way in between.
     
  7. Iceman24

    Iceman24 Well-Known Member

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    I'd say you have the perfect "all around" touring bike. Great job!
     
  8. Trek

    Trek Junior Member

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    Looks great. Does it handle or ride any different in its three forms?
     
  9. FLIPBEL

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    It rides lighter and you can hear your pipes a little louder without the tour pack.
     
  10. CalgaryBikeBum

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    Nice work. I am working along same lines for my Roadking. I have the (roadking) windshield, backrest, luggage rack and touring seat for when the wife comes along and or we are going on more then a 4 hour trip. Then I remove the windshield, low profile seat and remove backrest and luggage rack for that old school stripped flh look. I would like to put on extended bags, a fender cover to give it that street sweeper look and also buy or make a removable batwing fairing with painted inner so I can have the best of both worlds. With touring parts and without is a world of difference in how bike feels and "seems" to handle? Again nice work and great idea. :worthy