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120HP!!!! 2009 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle (CVO) Road Glide. This beautiful one owner Electric Orange bike only has 30,616 miles on her. The engine was overhauled 10,000 miles ago including 10.5/1 comp. pistons and SE cams. What a great bike to cruise through the mountains with, especially with the awesome stereo system. The 2009 effort will include two updated carry-overs and two all-new CVO models, all with the same sweet mill. Its the 110-cubic-inch Screamin Eagle Twin Cam 110, which cranks out a claimed 110-115 (depending on model) ft.-lbs. of potato-popping torque at its power peak, never dropping below 100 anywhere from idle to redline. This means that even with the most elephantine of the herd, grabbing a handful of throttle and dumping the clutch will launch you in a rather thrilling fashion. Harley-Davidson CVO (for Custom Vehicle Operations) motorcycles are a family of models created by Harley-Davidson for the factory custom market. For every model year since the programs inception in 1999, Harley-Davidson has chosen a small selection of its mass-produced motorcycle models and created limited-edition customizations of those platforms with larger-displacement engines, costlier paint designs, and additional accessories not found on the mainstream models. Special features for the CVO lineup have included performance upgrades from Harleys Screamin Eagle branded parts, hand-painted pinstripes, ostrich leather on seats and trunks, gold leaf incorporated in the paint, and electronic accessories like GPS navigation systems and iPod music players. To view the car in greater detail, including an HD video and 100+ HD pictures please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com or our Denver showroom. Call 303-872-4722 for more information. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/DEN/162/2009-Harley-Davidson-FLTRSE3
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