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Review of the 2004 model Harley-Davidson FLHRSI Road King Custom Review of the 2004 Harley-Davidson FLHRSI Road King Custom
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I was hooked the minute I saw it. I had 2 Softails at the time and sold one for this. I change the seat to a LePera Daytona gel and I love it. I am wondering if any body has put a power commander in theirs and what pipes did they use?
Review of the FLHRSI Road King Custom submitted on 2005-01-30.

The ride is fantastic. The color and lack of dodads has made this one of the best looking bikes I know of. More people comment on how clean it looks. I found by redrilling the mounting plates for the backrest and increasing the angle of the back rest you gain 2-3 inches of seat room. This handy for two up riding.


This review of the 2004 Harley-Davidson FLHRSI Road King Custom
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Dave Meacham



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