Well that did not work????? Any way there is a small pic by my name atleast. This is my 2002 that I waited for a very long time at my dealer. I picked it up on Dec 17th ,2001. I was the first in St Louis I think.
Max the answer to your question about the name Digger, is kind of yes. The way I understand it "Digger" was the code name for the Vrod that the employee's called it. I think the actual profect name was P4. During the time I was waiting for the bike to come in I had to think of a plate for it, I figured it kinda fit.
Well here is my bike in a snap shot: Eurocomponents 250 rear tire kit, three spoke black wheels, Dual 6 piston PM's up front and a four piston in the rear, Works Performance Pro Racer shocks, Awsome color, BuB pipes, sound great form what I have been reading here last night they need to go, Barrett extra plate clutch, and other Misc parts.
I have done all the work myself, which was a great learning experience. Next hopefully some rear controls like Eurorider's I saw in Daytona, Big bore kit and paint my frame and other misc parts black to really tie the orange and black color scheme together.
Also in my arsenal I have a 2003 Big Dog Chopper that is an absolute hoot to ride. I love both of the bikes, two comepletely different bikes same great mission, SPEED and lots of it.
I am looking forward to sharing ideas and info between us.
I believe that I talked to you and your wife/girlfriend on Main Street one night! You asked me to look at another V-Rod's VIN number?!?! I am glad to see that you found our corner of the internet (phrase borrowed from KBOlsen ) and look forward to you experience and posts on the Forums... You have a SWEET ride!
I absolutely love the PM brakes up front, they are really pricey but I think well worth it. This thing stops on a dime now. Its amazing how bad stock Harley Brakes really are. You have no idea until you get something that works exceptionally well.
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