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2008 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide - $11000 (Yorkville, IL)

2008 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide - $11000 (Yorkville, IL)

  2008 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide - $11000 Yorkville, IL

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Date listed 1 month ago

Up for sale is my 2008 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide color is black pearl. 98 cubic inch motor with some tasteful and safe upgrades. I am the second owner of this machine, and I have had this bike since 2013. It was purchased in Belvidere, IL with a clean title which it still has. Currently the odometer is at 41,500 miles and will not go up since I already have it lifted and stored in my heated garage as always. I have the battery on a tender for winter because those babies are over $100.00 now!

Has cruise control, sissy bar, passenger running boards, custom ostrich seat (I do not believe it is real), and a 6-speed transmission.

Rineheart 4" slip on mufflers (give a nice deep rumble when on the throttle but very conservative at cruising speed)
Thundermaxx ECU with new wideband oxygen sensors (this is an open loop system (constantly monitoring/adjusting) which is tuned for the camshafts currently installed in the bike)
Andrews 54H camshafts
When I installed the camshafts Harley recommends doing the cam bearings as well which I changed. Also when I did the swap I installed brand new S&S performance lifters. Purchased a S&S adjustable pushrod kit as well so I can adjust lifter lash perfectly. Adds a nice look as well to the side of the bike.
K&N performance chrome intake with high-flow filter (needed for tune currently installed into ecu)
Kenwood bluetooth radio with USB connection
Hogtunes speakers with 100 watt amp installed in fearing
Hogworkz front LED headlight (at least twice as good as the factory light)
Tons of additional Harley-Davidson skull chrome pieces
Chrome buttons and handlebar controls
New wind screen

This is my 7th motorcycle I have owned and this one I treated with up-most respect and care. When assembling and reassembling everything was done to spec and when the camshafts were done I used assembly lube to make start-up seamless. I understand these machines but that does not mean you cannot inspect it for yourself thoroughly. Oil changed every 3,000 miles with either Schaeffers 20w-50 full synthetic +zinc, or Valvoline VR1 20w-50, always a new Harley-Davidson certified filter. Transmission oil done at 40,000 miles with Redline 75w-90 with shockproof. Primary was always done with engine oil and I have noticed that using full synthetic (or the same oil I put in the engine) in here the clutch will slip. I use just normal conventional 10w-30 in here and the problem went away.

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Last Updated on: February 23, 2018
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