This 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special is said to have been customized by Laconia Harley-Davidson in New Hampshire with a limited edition Vivid Black with white and red graphics paint set as well as a chopped Tour-Pak, a Screamin’ Eagle Pro Street tuner, Street Cannon mufflers, a Ventilator air cleaner kit, Enforcer wheels, polished brake rotors, chrome front end components, and a chrome engine guard. The bike is powered by an air-cooled 107ci Milwaukee-Eight V-twin paired with a six-speed transmission and is equipped with a drive belt, linked triple disc brakes with ABS, a two-up seat, a batwing fairing, touch-screen infotainment with GPS, cruise control, keyless ignition, a tire pressure monitoring system, a factory security system, LED lighting, an oil cooler, and hard-sided saddlebags. The selling dealer acquired the bike in New Hampshire in 2019, reportedly from its original owner, and it was moved to Florida in October 2022. The battery was replaced in preparation for the sale. This FLHXS has 123 miles and is now offered with manufacturer’s literature, a Harley-Davidson branded outdoor cover, a navigation CD, keys, and a Rhode Island title.
This Street Glide Special is finished in a limited edition Vivid Black with white and red graphics paint scheme that is numbered 112 of 150. Features include a batwing fairing, a smoke-tinted windscreen, a color-matched inner fairing, LED lighting, bullet front turn signals, an accessory power outlet, a center-fill six-gallon fuel tank with chrome trim, an engine guard, rider footboards, height-adjustable passenger foot pegs, two-up seating, a side stand, electronic cruise control, a security system, a chopped Tour-Pak with an integrated passenger backrest, and hard-sided saddlebags with integrated speakers.
Mirror Chrome Enforcer alloy wheels measuring 19″ up front and 16″ at the rear are equipped with tire pressure monitoring sensors and wear Dunlop Harley-Davidson D407/408 tires. Suspension consists of a shrouded conventional fork with a chrome front-end kit as well as twin preload-adjustable shocks mounted to the swingarm. The linked anti-lock braking system consists of dual polished four-piston calipers up front and a single version at the rear.
Instrumentation consists of a 120-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 5,500-rpm redline, and gauges for fuel level and voltage. The BOOM! Box 6.5GT infotainment system features a 6.5″ color touch-screen, Bluetooth, GPS, voice recognition, a USB port, and front and rear speakers. The digital odometer indicates 123 miles, approximately 75 of which have been ridden by the selling dealer.
The 107ci Milwaukee-Eight V-Twin features sequential-port electronic fuel injection and an oil cooler, and it was factory rated at 107 lb-ft of torque. Equipment includes a Screamin’ Eagle Pro Street tuner, a chrome ventilator air cleaner kit, and a two-into-one-into-two exhaust system with Street Cannon slip-on mufflers. The battery was replaced in preparation for sale.
Power is sent to the rear wheel through a six-speed transmission and a drive belt.
Manufacturer’s literature, a Harley-Davidson-branded outdoor bike cover, a navigation CD, and keys are included in the sale.