2011 Harley Davidson Screamin’ Eagle Street Glide w/ 120hp
The Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide (FLHXSE2) is a limited production version of the popular Harley Davidson hot rod bagger. Powered by the largest displacement V-Twin engine offered by Harley-Davidson, this potent touring bike is loaded with sparkling chrome, electrifying paint, fresh custom styling ideas and a limited production of only 3,700 units. The FLHXSE2 is built on the innovative Touring chassis, based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swing arm developed to withstand the demands of long haul touring riders and today's more powerful engines. This particular example was optioned in Black Diamond and Inferno orange, has just 13,617 miles and is loaded with options. The 2nd owner purchased this bike in late 2013 with just over 13,000 miles. The 1st thing he did was send it out for a full stereo upgrade which consists of a 400 Watt Rockford Fosgate amp and the following Rockford Fosgate Power speakers. T2652-S components in the fairing, T165 coaxials in the lower fairings and T1572 in the newly added H-D saddle bag speaker lids. After that he sent it to Grobe’s Performance in the spring of 2014 who built his Stage II kit up to 120 hp with the aid of Dirt Track Designs ported and polished heads, S.E. forged 10.5.1 pistons, Woods TW-888 cams, a S.E. Super Tuner, a S.E. AC kit and with the Thunder Header exhaust system not only is it extremely fast but it sounds just plain nasty. It has been ridden less than 500 miles since the engine work was done so there are years of dependable riding to look forward to. If that isn’t enough you will also find a painted to match quick release low profile Tour Pak with luggage rack and lid liner, 10” mini apes, matching passenger floor boards, highway pegs and a digital oil temp gauge. All said and done close to $10,000 was spent on upgrading this bike yet we have priced it almost as if were completely stock. If you could see yourself ripping down the road on the sweet bagger you better call us before it’s too late!