Here we go, no turning back now!! 2010 SG Mods

Redglide75

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I just got started this afternoon on the winter modifications to my 2010 Street Glide. As long as the money holds up I am planning to stretch the bags and rear fender, cut and rake the front end, install 26" front wheel, raked trees, raked fairing, single 13" rotor, 6 piston front caliper, stretched front fender and that should just about break me. Any advise is greatly appreciated.
I also have several items that are coming off this bike that will be for sale including the 18" RC Nitro front wheel.

RG75





 

Bill

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I love it!!! The 26" is the next 21"!!!

Be sure to keep us updated and don't do like me and do 3-times what you originally planned to!

What fender, bags, rake kit, fairing, etc are you going to use? If you haven't ordered anything yet I promise you our Vendors will give you KILLER prices!
 

Redglide75

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I haven't placed any orders yet but here is what I am thinking.
Sinister 4" bags
Sinister Rear fender
Sinister Pointed Light Kit
Camtech Classy or Sinister Streamline Raked Fairing
Sinister Twenty Sick Ribbed Front Fender
13" Bars ??
Colorado Customs Slammer 26" Wheel and Rotor

I'm not totally set on the wheel yet and I need someones opinion on the bars. I don't really want my hands above the fairing.

As far as the lift, it's a Titan.

RG75
 

Redglide75

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Not much progress, I am waiting on parts quotes.
Anyone want to quote please feel free.

1. Sinister 4" Stretched ABS Bags.
2. Sinister Stretched Rear Fender.
3. Sinister License Plate Frame.
4. Sinister Pointed LED Tail Lights.
5. Sinister 26" Front Fender.
6. 10" Chrome Cycle Smith Bars.
7. HHI Rake Kit and Trees (26")
8. 26" PM Paramount Contrast Cut front wheel with 13" left side rotor.
9. Raked front fairing.


 
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vrog

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Just figured I would throw this out there, I had 10" monkey bars on my roadking. I have 14" on my bike that is raked with neck and trees and by doing that my 14's feel like 10's because of the rake and stretch. If u have not already done so, try to sit om some bikes with 26's to see what fits u best

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Redglide75

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Just figured I would throw this out there, I had 10" monkey bars on my roadking. I have 14" on my bike that is raked with neck and trees and by doing that my 14's feel like 10's because of the rake and stretch. If u have not already done so, try to sit om some bikes with 26's to see what fits u best

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I have been talking to Cameron and I actually told him that I liked the stance of your bike and want to model mine after yours. I really don't like the look of some bikes with the bars sticking way above the fairing and I told this to Cameron and he suggested 10" bars. However I think he said you had 13" Cycle Smith bars on yours is this correct?
While I've got your attention, what all had to be added to your bike in order to cut and rake the front end to accommodate the 26" wheel besides the rake kit, trees, fender and wheel? Is there any changes to the wiring harness or the brake lines? Did you stay with the stock fork tube length or +2?
I am going to be at the Columbus OH. bike show in February, will your bike be there?

Sorry for all the ??'s
 

Redglide75

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I think I've found my wheel. Does anyone on here have the PM Paramount Contrast Cut wheel?? I would like to see it installed. I called PM today and they are now making this wheel in a 26", great looking wheel!
wheels-paramount-bm-b.jpg
 

GFDC

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Glendyne design is the only way to go for brakes. His wheels are also the shit . You must check him out before you buy anything .myour looking at 6-8 weeks on a wheel , Aaron has wheels in stock !
 

GFDC

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Depending on your bars will determine your wiring and brake lines. Stock tube length here , stock height and 26
 

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