2009 H-D FXDFSE 133 HP Screamin' Eagle Fat Bob
The CVO group gives the Fat Bob bold paint, brilliant chrome and a monster motor to create a premium custom motorcycle loaded with exclusive features. 2009 is the year that Harley introduced the new 16” chrome and powder coated Fang wheels with a 130mm tire up front and a 180 mm in the back. Premium suspension includes lowered front forks and chromed rear shocks that have been re-tuned for enhanced ride comfort. Chromed from the axle covers to the triple clamps, the front end is topped with chrome pull back risers, chrome internally wired handlebars, chrome switch housings, chrome hand levers and chrome master cylinders. The grips, pegs and pedal are all from the Ironside Collection. A new two-piece tank console is finished in chrome and then is color-matched with a special CVO medallion. The Alcantara and black leather seat rests over a wide Bobtail rear fender that holds a smoked LED tri-bar tail/brake light with a chrome slotted cover for a sinister look in the back. Available only on CVO models, the Twin Cam 110 that features a heavy duty, self adjusting clutch with hydraulic actuation and the 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission. Optioned in Black Diamond with Fire Quartz this one owner beauty currently has 18,065 miles. In 2011 (at 7,638 miles) the bike was sent to Kutter H-D who built the engine up to 133 hp with 127 pounds of torque and is the most powerful build available from a dealer. It is nicely optioned with a quick release windshield and backrest and it sounds just plain nasty ripping through its D&D Boarzilla performance exhaust. All said and done close to $6,000 worth of upgrades have been made to this bike yet we have priced it as if it were stock. If you could see yourself ripping down the boulevard on this beast you better call us before its too late!