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I've been working for a bit now, operating HD Equipment doing road work. Have not been on much lately.




Was at my Bros... house and he showed me his 04 Harley Davidson Duece he bought last week for $14500.00.


It has so many extras on it, I almost got sick looking at it. The fella who owned it put a shit ton of money into it.


It has been done. Even has the Baker 6 speed trans... Just the chrome upgrades and steel belted cables are not cheap. I think he got a hell of a deal.


96" and that frontend are just, no words can explain it. 


What do you think??










That bike originally looked like this next picture;



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That last picture isn't a Deuce. That is a CVO Screaming Eagle Edition Duece FXSTDSE2.


Problem is, it doesn't have original paint. They did change the forks to inverted chrome forks which is nice. If you are talking American Currency, I would say he paid to much. 




Was it wrecked? If it was originally a CVO, it is missing a lot of CVO parts. Get me a VIN number and I can run a history and tell you more about the bike. I don't think it is a CVO model. I think it is just a reguler FXSTD. Which is still pretty cool.


There is a neat history to that style


Night Train




Rocker C


Breakout - My bike


So yeah I really like that style for a little bit more, he could of bought my 2014 FXSB. I want the new 2017 Street Glide with the 107 Motor!


2004 Harley-Davidson FXSTDSE2 Screamin' Eagle Softail Deuce


FXSTDSE2 Screamin' Eagle® Softail® Deuce™ Model Overview 

Built on the framework of a Softail Deuce, the FXSTDSE2 has been painstakingly crafted by Harley artisans with accessories that go together like brush-strokes on a canvas. Combine a fat chrome handlebar, a custom headlight and riser cover, custom leather seat and pillion with chrome inserts, Detonator™ three spoke custom wheels and matching rotors and sprockets, dual front discs brakes, and lowered front and rear suspension set this bike apart from the rest. A custom Candy Cobalt and Starlight Black or Yellow Pearl and Platinum Mist paint job bares its soul with a deep luster carried right down to the color-matched frame, accented with complementing pinstripes and "Harley-Davidson" script that stretches across the tank. The look isn't all that makes the FXSTDSE2 unique. Only a limited number of these will ever be produced. But don't set aside a spot in the museum for this bike just yet. Every one of the 1550ccs in its Twin Cam engine demand that you take it out on the road. The fuel injected Big Bore Twin Cam 95 cubic inch powertrain, finished in gleaming Silver and Chrome, provides the power you crave, right from the factory.


Key FXSTDSE2 Screamin' Eagle® Softail® Deuce™ Motorcycle Characteristics

FXSTDSE2 incorporates all the Softail Deuce model updates for model year 2004, and includes the following additional standard features:


Custom Colors: 

Candy Cobalt and Starlight Black or Yellow Pearl and Platinum Mist paint with matching pinstripes and Harley-Davidson graphics 

Color-matched frame, swingarm, oil tank and fender struts 

Color-matched bullet chin spoiler CVO™ fuel tank console and frame inserts 

1550cc fuel injected Twin Cam 95™ powertrain finished in silver and chrome 

Screamin' Eagle SYN3 Synthetic Lubricant in engine, transmission and primary chain case 

High performance clutch with hydraulic actuation 

Teardrop-shaped chrome air cleaner assembly 

Chrome voltage regulator 

Chrome headbolt covers 

Spun aluminum Screamin' Eagle air cleaner, timer and derby cover inserts 

Dual front disc brakes, silver brake calipers with billet-style chrome inserts 

Chrome Detonator™ three spoke custom wheels, 21" front and 17" rear 

Chrome Detonator™ three spoke floating brake rotors 

Chrome Detonator™ three spoke rear sprocket 

180mm wide rear tire 

Chrome front and rear wheel spacers 

Classic Chrome bullet front axle covers 

Chrome smooth-look fork stem covers 

Chrome, fat 1-1/4" diameter handlebars with internal wiring 

Clear-coated, braided stainless steel control cables and clutch and brake lines 

Chrome clutch line clip 

Engine-turned silver metallic face speedometer and matching riser mount mini-tachometer with tapered cover 

Chrome headlight filler panel and handlebar riser cover 

Smoked turn signal lenses with amber bulbs 

Chrome lower triple tree cover 

Chrome bullet mirrors 

Aileron custom hand grips 

Buckshot chrome brake and clutch hand controls 

Chrome master cylinders, lever brackets and switch housings 

Chrome front and rear master cylinder reservoir covers 

Stainless switch housing and lever bracket hardware 

Chrome forward control mounting brackets 

Polished bullet stainless shift linkage 

Chrome bullet shift and rear brake lever 

Aileron chrome and rubber footpegs, brake pedal pad and shifter peg 

Custom low-profile seat and pillion with chrome inserts 

Low front and rear suspension for 1" lower seat height 

Chrome swingarm pivot bolt covers 

Chrome rear axle covers 

Chrome lower belt guard 

Chrome sprocket bolt covers 

Slash down mufflers with chrome heat shields 

Chrome valve stem caps 

Stainless fender strut hardware 

Chrome license plate mounting bracket 

H-D® factory security system with smart siren 

"CVO™" mark indoor storage cover 

"CVO™" mark ignition key 

New style chrome Tach Can 


2004 Harley-Davidson FXSTDSE2 Screamin' Eagle Softail Deuce - Specifications

MSRP: Please see dealer for pricing



Length 95.4 in. (2423.2 mm)

Seat Height (measure laden w/ 180 lb. rider) 24.75 in. (629.0 mm)

Seat Height (unladen) 26.0 in. (659.6 mm)

Ground Clearance 4.7 in. (119.1 mm)

Rake 32 degrees

Trail 5.1 in. (129.5 mm)

Wheelbase 66.6 in. (1691.6 mm)

Tires: Dunlop Harley-Davidson Series

Front - D402 MH90-21 54H

Rear - GT502 180/60B17 57V

Fuel Capacity (includes 0.5 gal. reserve) 4.9 gal. (18.5 L)

Reserve Fuel Capacity

(Low fuel indicator light @ approx. 1.0 gal. for ESPFI models) 1.0 gal. (3.8 L)

Oil Capacity 3.5 qts. (3.3 L)

Dry Weight 687.0 lbs. (311.6 kg)

Vehicle Weight In Running Order (unladen) 727.0 lbs. (329.8 kg)

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating 1125.0 lbs. (510.8 kg)



Engine Screamin’ Eagle® Twin Cam 95B™ (balanced)

Valves Pushrod-operated overhead valves; w/ hydraulic

self-adjusting lifters; two valves per cylinder

Bore x Stroke 3.875 x 4.0 in. (98.43 x 101.6 mm)

Displacement 95 cu. in. (1550 cc)

Compression Ratio 9.4:1

Fuel System Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection

(single runner, 45mm throttle bore ESPFI)

Air Cleaner/Filter Tear-drop style chrome w/ spun aluminum insert:

high flow, pleated paper construction

Ignition Single-fire, non-waste, map-controlled

spark ignition system; electronic breakerless

w/ multiple advance curve matrix

Lubrication System Dry sump, internally mounted, crank driven

gerotor pressure and dual scavenge pump

with spin on 10ì pressurized oil filter



Primary Drive Double-row chain, oil bath, mechanical tensioner,

36/25-tooth sprockets (1.44:1)

Final Drive Gates aramid fiber reinforced poly chain belt,

32/70-tooth sprockets (2.188:1)

Clutch Multi-plate w/ diaphragm spring in oil bath

Transmission Five-speed, constant mesh

Overall Ratio:

1st 10.110

2nd 6.958

3rd 4.953

4th 3.862

5th 3.150



Frame Mild steel, rectangular section backbone

w/ twin downtubes

Swing Arm Tubular mild steel

Front Fork Wide 41.3 mm custom fork w/ tri-rate springs

Wheels 21 in. (53.34 cm) forged three-spoke chrome front,

17 in. (43.18 cm) forged three-spoke chrome rear


Caliper type Four-piston front and rear

Rotor type (diameter x width): Chrome Floating Rotors

Front 11.5 in. x .20 in. (292.1 mm x 5.08 mm)

Rear 11.5 in. x .23 in. (292.1 mm x 5.82 mm)

Suspension travel:

Front Wheel 5.61 in. (142.5 mm)

(Travel along the length of suspension. Not vertical wheel travel)

Rear Wheel 3.24 in. (82.3 mm)



Engine Torque (per SAE J607)2:

North America 91 ft. lbs. @ 3500 rpm (123.4 NM @ 3500 rpm)

Lean Angle (per SAE J1168):

Right 37.3 degrees

Left 35.3 degrees



Battery Sealed, maintenance-free, 12-volt, 19 amp-hour,

270 cca (per Battery Council International rating)

Charging 37-amp permanent magnet alternator

w/ solid-state regulator

(481 watts @ 3,000 rpm, 494 watts peak)

Starting 1.2 kw electric w/ Bendix-type engagement

Lights: (As per country regulation)

Headlamp Quartz halogen

55-watt low beam, 60-watt high beam

Tail/stop lights 8w/28w (5w/21w)

Turn signal lights (self-canceling) 28w

Indicator lamps High beam, neutral, oil, turn signals,

engine diagnostics and security system



Engine Trim Silver powder-coated w/ chrome treatment

Exhaust System Over/under shotgun duals w/ full muffler shields

Oil Tank Painted "Horseshoe" w/ chrome external oil lines

Ignition Barrel keyed

Handlebars Low-rise custom 1.25 in dia. w/ pull-back risers

Seat Low-slung custom style with chrome inserts

Passenger Backrest Available from Genuine Motor Accessories

Brake/Shift Lever Forward foot controls

w/ custom levers and rubber inserts

Rear Fender Supports Painted full coverage

Fork Lock Common w/ ignition key

Instruments Spun aluminum metal-faced mini-tachometer

and electronic speedometer;

odometer and resettable tripmeter

w/ diagnostic cababilities and

solid-state tell-tale indicator module

Flasher Hazard warning integrated into turn signal module



Candy Cobalt and Starlight Black, Yellow Pearl and Platinum Mist



Warranty4 24 months (unlimited mileage)

Service Interval First 1,000 miles (1,600 Km);

every 5,000 miles (8,000 Km) thereafter.

– Inspections of certain systems and components are required at 2,500 mile (4,000 Km) intervals –


1Harley-Davidson reserves the right to discontinue models or change specifications at any time

without incurring any obligations. Vehicle specifications may vary from country to country depending

on local laws, and some models are not available in certain countries.

2Values are nominal. Performance varies by country.

3Availability may vary from dealer to dealer, and is subject to change without notice.

4See motorcycle owner’s manual for complete details.

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That last picture isn't a Deuce




I know. Was a pic I pulled from the net. Shows you how much I know about Deuce.


The bike in the first 4 pics is the one he bought. Paid 10870.38USD


From what he told me is it is/was a Deuce but the only thing original is the rear fender. lol


I'll PM you the vin next time I'm at his shop. 


Maybe grab you a picture of the one under the cover.  :ph34r:

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