Nagoya, Japan - This Motorcycle, based on a 2009 Electra Glide received quite a lot of modifications, mostly visual but it was also built to show off UBC parts. UBC is a recent Harley Davidson after market parts maker which created a full line of engine chassis visual enhancement products including fork housing, rocker covers, foot plates etc…
In combination with a fantastic paint job done by Narita-san and the body modification this fantastic bagger received, this machine looks absolutely epic.
An air suspension was of course installed to let slam the motorcycle to the ground for shows.
Of course the front fork received a bit more angle so a bigger wheel could be installed but unlike lots of baggers these days, featuring enormous wheels and being practically unrideable, this one received only a “reasonable” upsizing of the front wheel.
You can look at the bike from any angle, the hand made silver decoration over a nice shiny black base coat give this motorcycle unique looks. It was actually ordered by one of Liberty Walk’s customer. You perhaps have seen another o this gentleman’s possession, a stunning Lamborghini Spyder painted in Martini Racing colors.
The tail lamps were nicely blended withing the body and paint and are totally invisible until they are switched on.
The paint job was of course extended to parts like the handlebars and front fender and you can only start to imagine the number of hours it took Mr. Narita to complete it. That’s definitely the most impressive feature of this ride!
The left case was used to hos a multi-tone horn system, complete with its compressor to add to insane show off level this machine already possesses.
Engine side the 96 was left stock except for the Intake with the UBC cover and the super short and very loud free pipes.
This motorcycle looks gorgeous and sounds fantastic and has almost nothing in common with a regular FLHTCU.
Now, if you are looking for original and high quality parts, made in Japan and that would perfectly fit your motorcycle, you can definitely try UBC and Coboo if you want some hand painted element for your beloved two or three wheelers. Yes Coboo have just started to build and paint trikes as well and we will definitely keep an eye on these too.
Keep your two wheels on the ground and ride safely!