Online: PhoenixHD, Bangkokbob, fatbat, Jay-Dee, Wideglider
  • FBUser219
    FBUser219
    19 days ago
    What Engine would fit a 2014 Ultra limited frame?
  • paulybronco
    paulybronco
    19 days ago
    Quoting FBUser219 on 28 May 2021 12:03 AM

    What Engine would fit a 2014 Ultra limited frame?

    A 2014 Ultra limited engine should fit, in fact it should bolt straight in.
  • FBUser219
    FBUser219
    19 days ago
    Brilliant thank you! Nah I ultimately want the 103ci that came out of it but it’s harder to find then say a 96ci Dyna engine.
  • paulybronco
    paulybronco
    19 days ago
    Quoting FBUser219 on 28 May 2021 12:32 AM

    Brilliant thank you! Nah I ultimately want the 103ci that came out of it but it’s harder to find then say a 96ci Dyna engine.

    So where is the motor that came out of it?
  • FBUser219
    FBUser219
    19 days ago
    God knows. I’ve been collecting parts from swap meets/eBay/Facebook  to build it from scratch with my daughter.
  • paulybronco
    paulybronco
    19 days ago
    Quoting FBUser219 on 28 May 2021 12:42 AM

    God knows. I’ve been collecting parts from swap meets/eBay/Facebook  to build it from scratch with my daughter.

    Right. Just a suggestion before you start this long and expensive journey, you have verified that the frame you have is not a write off and not to be repaired/registered again? Assuming thats all clear you can pick up 103 via gumtree, facebook etc but they are not cheap and generally only come motor, no gearbox. A 110 will also fit that frame
  • steelo
    steelo
    19 days ago
    FBUser. I would have thought it will be a very expensive exercise. Unless you are considering OEM panels (and there are a lot of them on an Ultra) also expensive because original very expensive. 
    Not as easy to get parts as say a soft tail.
    Panniers & Top box Easily a thousand each with fittings
    Wheels seat etc are not so bad
    Stereo from $400 for old style boom to over a thousand for the larger display model (which everyone wants)
    Problem is, by making it up out of parts, it's not going to be worth as much as an original build when it's finished. There's a reason this one was parted out in the first place rather than rebuilt.
    I'd consider a second hand bike as either a donor or the actual project
    Happy to be proven wrong though. Money not everything though. GLWB.
  • FBUser219
    FBUser219
    19 days ago
    Bike won’t be registered as it’s missing a majority of its frame number. I only know what it is because I can make out 1KEL on the frame and had help from a Harley dealer. I already have a majority of the parts and remaining I’ll get from Harley. Money isn’t a issue as this project as it is for My daughter who is special needs and nothing makes her happier then motorbikes and she particularly like the touring bikes. Thank you for the information it’s much appreciated.
  • paulybronco
    paulybronco
    19 days ago
    Quoting FBUser219 on 28 May 2021 02:37 AM

    Bike won’t be registered as it’s missing a majority of its frame number. I only know what it is because I can make out 1KEL on the frame and had help from a Harley dealer. I already have a majority of the parts and remaining I’ll get from Harley. Money isn’t a issue as this project as it is for My daughter who is special needs and nothing makes her happier then motorbikes and she particularly like the touring bikes. Thank you for the information it’s much appreciated.

    Understand but before you start putting truck loads into i may offer you a potentially cheaper alternative that will achieve the same outcome. I can give you the details of a business in Vic that sells complete but insurance write off bikes including HD. Perhaps buy a complete damaged one tear it down with your daughter and piece it all back together. He has around 25 HD in stock at the moment. This bike i am using as a example of his stock is a CVO and he wants $10k ono for...