2006 was the first year of what has become Suzukis second largest displacement motorcycle in the history of their company; the VZR M109 Softail. Only the Roadliner model eclipses it. Utilizing an 1800cc water cooled, fuel injected v-twin motor with huge 112mm forged aluminum pistons, this is one monster of a motorcycle. It also employs a dry sump lubrication system to allow the motor to be mounted lower in the frame for even better handling. The current owner of this magnificent, two owner bike stated that with the additional engine mods that were installed (Power Commander Computer, Morton custom header and Big Air intake) that it has pulled as much as 129 horsepower at the rear wheel. Speaking of rear wheels, Im talking about a gargantuan 260/40VR18 Metzler for massive grip and minimal wheel spin and a 120/70/21 up front for precise steering. Pulling down this rocket is a 12" front disc and 10.5" rear disc both clamped by custom chrome plated calipers. If you include the pull back handlebars, Triple Tree 7 degree fork and the wicked chromed wheels on top of the previous additional components mentioned, this bike has over twenty-thousand dollars in up-grades! Oh and did I mention the radical custom air brushed "Blue Flame" paint scheme? Hop in the saddle and youll find yourself at the helm of quite a command center. The instruments are split into two pods: a tank-mounted analog speedo with two LCD screens for odometer, dual trip meters, fuel gauge and clock; and a forward-mounted LCD screen on the steering head that shows gear position and a digital representation of revs. All in all, this bike has over $12,000 in mods and paintwork. So if you are looking for a steal of a deal on a big bore cruiser that will let you stand out from the pack than this is machine for you! Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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