Harley Davidson DYNA Street Bob Club Style vs Bobber

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  • Published on Oct 21, 2015
  • CUSTOM HARLEY FXDB BLACKED OUT STREET BOB DYNA CLUB STYLE BOBBER BASSANI ROAD RAGE Vance and Hines Big Radius Exhaust RSD Boss 2 up SEAT APE HANGER Frisco Style WESTCOAST TBAR BURLY SLAM Arlen Ness Big Sucker FUEL PACK 3 Hagon Shocks BASSANI Decel POPPING Backfire Yamaha Suzuki Indian Victory Motorcycle Sporty Sportster.
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Comments • 124

  • Kody Keefe
    Kody Keefe Month ago

    My only problem with club style dynas is that if I wanted a nimble lightweight sporty cruiser, I’d get a lighter xl1200 and modify it, a dyna is still a heavy bike

  • Naomi Rothman
    Naomi Rothman Month ago

    What kind of bars on the bobber?

  • Milan Montoya
    Milan Montoya 3 months ago

    Which one is which and what makes them different?

  • Ron Skelton
    Ron Skelton 5 months ago +1

    I like the club style but personally I'd like the T bars a little lower and a 3/4 fairing.

  • KEITH Fowler
    KEITH Fowler 5 months ago

    Check engine light came on and stayed on on the second street Bob might want to check it out

  • Peter Taylor
    Peter Taylor 7 months ago

    Fucken awesome

  • Jesus Tolentino Luis
    Jesus Tolentino Luis 8 months ago

    the right one what model is it?

  • Lance Pittman
    Lance Pittman 8 months ago

    Wow that Bassani sounded a little rough , had a dead spot in it spitting fire and popping needs a tuner lol but they both look bad as

  • c 45
    c 45 9 months ago

    Them handlebars are ugly as fuck

  • Ronald F.D. Beintema
    Ronald F.D. Beintema 9 months ago

    Street Bobber is my favorite!!! The perfect handlebars!!!

  • HWYHOG1
    HWYHOG1 10 months ago

    Great video except when you gave us the finger😁

  • Scooby_Menace
    Scooby_Menace 10 months ago

    does the club bike need a tune?

  • grey wolf
    grey wolf Year ago

    Hi rise drag bars ? To each their own

  • Mister Grey
    Mister Grey Year ago +1

    It looks cool but I personally wouldn't slam a Dyna. I have to go with the bike on the left

  • THE NATURAL STATE RIDER

    What bars are those on the chopper Style?

  • Mark Hutchinson
    Mark Hutchinson Year ago

    How did you get the reflectors off of the rear fender?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  Year ago +1

      Mark Hutchinson heat gun and pull off

  • adibee88
    adibee88 Year ago +3

    Money on the Dyna with the 2in1 exhaust! Both look GREAT!

  • Mark Roussell
    Mark Roussell Year ago

    What handle bars on bobber?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  Year ago

      Mark Roussell 12”

    • Mark Roussell
      Mark Roussell Year ago

      MrEa78 How tall are the bars. Thanks

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  Year ago

      Mark Roussell yes all stock wires and cables

    • Mark Roussell
      Mark Roussell Year ago

      Did the stock street bob cable's work and how tall are they

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  Year ago

      Mark Roussell wild one chubby fresco bars

  • M van Wassem
    M van Wassem Year ago

    What inch are those frisco style ape hangers on the bobber one?

  • anthony FXBB
    anthony FXBB Year ago

    Bad ass!

  • brandon mosley
    brandon mosley Year ago +1

    Club style!

  • Fermin Villegas
    Fermin Villegas Year ago

    Is the bobber style lowered, if so... front and rear? And how low?

  • jersey 710
    jersey 710 Year ago

    What the brand and size on the T bars they look sick

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  Year ago

      Rich Ambrozo 12” Westcoast t bar

  • G P. gman
    G P. gman Year ago +1

    The one with the Bassani needs a better tune

  • Golfy00009
    Golfy00009 Year ago

    Did you powder coat on turn signal housing?

    • Golfy00009
      Golfy00009 Year ago

      MrEa78 Thanks bro ,I will do my too ,by da way yr bike looks awesome

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  Year ago

      Golfy00009 no just plasti dip

  • Emily P
    Emily P Year ago

    What brand bars do you have on the bobber?

  • Sean Palko
    Sean Palko 2 years ago

    Love this video. 2 beautiful bikes. I'm takin the bobber, but with that seat on the club style one 😱

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  2 years ago

      Sean Palko both bikes have Roland sands seats. The one with the the t bars has the boss by Roland sands

  • Cory Wren
    Cory Wren 2 years ago +1

    did you paint the actual turn signals (not the lenses) or is there a part number?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  2 years ago +1

      Cory Wren just painted with plasti dip

  • Chris V
    Chris V 2 years ago

    are those 12 inch t bars? if so where'd you get them?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  2 years ago

      Chris V yes 12 inch from west coast t bars

  • undead_welding porosity

    i love both styles come check out my dyna

  • Brian H
    Brian H 2 years ago

    I don't know much about Harley's but what's the difference between these two why is one club style and one bobber

    • Brian H
      Brian H 2 years ago

      Logan Beebe oh ok thanks

    • Logan
      Logan 2 years ago +1

      Brian H the one on the left Is club style. And the other one is a bobber. a true club style bike is built for performance and practicalness. while the bobber is for short rides. although nowadays bobber are good enough to go on long runs to

    • Brian H
      Brian H 2 years ago

      MrEa78 which ones club and which ones not

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  2 years ago

      Brian H same exact bike, just the style of handlebars and accessories

  • mike doyon
    mike doyon 2 years ago

    What size is the tbar?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  2 years ago

      mike doyon 12"

  • Nikolaki Nikolaki
    Nikolaki Nikolaki 2 years ago +1

    Hi! Nice bike brother!
    What is that black plastic part under your battery box?? (On the bobber)

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  2 years ago +1

      Nikolaki Nikolaki ABS system

  • Barry Macokiner
    Barry Macokiner 2 years ago +1

    Did you have to get new cables for the handlebars on the bobber?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  2 years ago

      ifancyurmom no the newer street bobs can handle up to 12"

  • Dirk Diggler
    Dirk Diggler 2 years ago

    I WANT ONE!!!!!😣😣😣😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

  • nale gtx
    nale gtx 2 years ago +1

    nice bikes, i have a 16' Bob and want the black turn signals like i see on the video. what ones are those and did they install easy?? thanks again

  • Jeff Punshon
    Jeff Punshon 2 years ago

    What license plate mount is that?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  2 years ago

      Jeff Punshon factory plate holders

  • KnuckleUpFightClub
    KnuckleUpFightClub 2 years ago +2

    Nice jobs on both bikes

    • The Last Rebel Show
      The Last Rebel Show 2 years ago

      Ya Harley put a lot of work into changing those handle bars! WEW!

  • illetrop79
    illetrop79 3 years ago

    How's that Enzo seat? Comfy?

  • Thomas Comptois
    Thomas Comptois 3 years ago

    I thought the bobber would be more bobbed, IE front fender ripped off, rear fender chopped a little more, much much smaller rear tire (usually a 130-140), etc. or were you talking about the handlebars style? drag v. small apes?

  • nosetothewindgarage
    nosetothewindgarage 3 years ago +1

    love them both

  • chad alford
    chad alford 3 years ago

    what kind of grips are on the bobber?

    • Skottie delago
      Skottie delago 3 years ago

      how tall r those frisco bars? the tallest i can find is 7".

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      Avon

  • James  S
    James S 3 years ago +6

    not sure which one you consider a bobber because none of them look like bobbers but still very cool motorcycles couldn't go wrong with either one

  • TJ Bummer
    TJ Bummer 3 years ago

    does the boss seat sit you back at all? I have the stock seat and I feel it's a little too forward.

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      Yes, both seats push you back about an inch compared to the stock seat.

  • Nathan Warren
    Nathan Warren 3 years ago

    put a fairing on that dyna

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      Done. Bike is a lot different now

  • Rooster
    Rooster 3 years ago

    do the flames come out the bassani like that standard or is that from the bad gasket you mentioned?

  • DoctorThe2
    DoctorThe2 3 years ago

    what seat are you useing on the bobber ? really love that one
    and the back fenders did you cut the origional one or did you buy that one ?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      Both bikes have Roland Sands seats. Rear fender is oem on 2013 to current street bobs

  • Chad Bailey
    Chad Bailey 3 years ago

    how tall are the risers?

  • Ryan Pinkerton
    Ryan Pinkerton 3 years ago

    i just ordered the same bars as are on the bobber, did you need a cable kit for these bars? would you recommend the burly 12" kit?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      +Ryan Pinkerton if you have a Street Bob with mini apes you will be fine.

  • Miles Bietka
    Miles Bietka 3 years ago

    what brand are the Frisco style bars??

  • Peter Julius Joseph
    Peter Julius Joseph 3 years ago

    are those 14" T-bars?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      12" west coast T-bar

  • ProjectRambo
    ProjectRambo 3 years ago +7

    I'll take the bobber!

    • Boomsauce XX
      Boomsauce XX Year ago

      Abra Abra Bobbers don't have raised suspension and t bars. I'd say his club style is incomplete.

    • A. Abramenka
      A. Abramenka 2 years ago

      ProjectRambo they're both bobbers lol.

    • Chandler Hermansen
      Chandler Hermansen 2 years ago

      ProjectRambo needs lower handlebars to be a true bobber imo

  • MichiganMax
    MichiganMax 3 years ago +1

    Any difference in terms of padding and comfort from different the stitching on the RSD's, torn on which seat to buy. Both look great

    • ProjectRambo
      ProjectRambo 3 years ago +1

      I have the diamond stitch on mine and love it

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      Padding on both RSD seats is pretty much the same. If you go with 2 up version.

  • El Masquato
    El Masquato 3 years ago

    How much is the rear end lowered on the bobber? I like the stance. I'm thinking about lowering mine.

    • El Masquato
      El Masquato 3 years ago

      +MrEa78 Cool. Thanks for the reply. It looks like your forks are standard height too.? Take care.

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      Factory is 12" and these are 10 1/2"
      www.jpcycles.com/product/690-060?cid=Google+SEARCH+NON-BRAND+Google+Shopping+Campaigns+-+Manufacturer+Terms+-+On+Sale&adpos=1o1&creative=67615001290&device=t&matchtype=&network=g&gclid=CjwKEAiA9JW2BRDxtaq2ruDg22oSJACgtTxcEUu97E17Az-WewYBdLJodLspamXQofTVMnOY4iWZhhoCqrXw_wcB

  • michael hutchings
    michael hutchings 3 years ago +2

    what did you use on your fork tubes to black them out?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago +2

      Black vinyl sticker. $10 roll from flea bay.

  • Sal Castro
    Sal Castro 3 years ago

    What kind of Bassani Road Rage is that? There seems to be different variations (B1, Mega Power, Standard) yours appears to have a slight up sweep. Looks awesome! Also, can you point me towards where I can get it? Thanks in advance!

    • Sal Castro
      Sal Castro 3 years ago +1

      +MrEa78 Thanks for the response! I actually just ordered the Mega Power earlier today, love the look, here is to hoping I don't scrape too often.

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      +Sal Castro it's the Bassani Mega Power. I'm pretty sure they have the same sweep, just depends on the angle of the picture. If I was to do it over again, I would go with the regular road rage because of the heat shield scraping on the Mega Power.

  • nchacn
    nchacn 3 years ago

    Hello mate. Are those the Hagon shock absorbers are adjustable 2810? Hagon how the suspensions behave? ¿Absorb bumps well? Do they work well in curves?

    • Skman
      Skman 3 years ago

      +MrEa78 More drive bys

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      +Skman what would like to see in the video ?

    • Skman
      Skman 3 years ago

      +MrEa78 They are 13" ? Any chance of uploading more videos of these bikes?

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      +Skman 2810 are correct

    • Skman
      Skman 3 years ago

      +MrEa78 So what part numbers are the Hagon Shocks as the website say that the 2810s only support dyna'sto 2010 ?

  • FANTOM 13
    FANTOM 13 3 years ago

    What year is your bike

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      Both bikes are 2015.

  • Edwin Hallett
    Edwin Hallett 3 years ago +1

    So sweet! Looks FANTASTIC.

  • Kevin Gibbens
    Kevin Gibbens 3 years ago +1

    how do you like the RSD. thinking about picking one up for my 16' Street Bob

    • Khana Rodriguez
      Khana Rodriguez 3 years ago +1

      +MrEa78 how's the ride? Im torn between this and the mustang tripper solo. I really dig the RSD but afraid long rides will kill my back end. Any input on your exp with the seat? Sick lookin bikes btw!!

    • Kevin Gibbens
      Kevin Gibbens 3 years ago +1

      +MrEa78 aight cool. I might get the 1 up and ya the factory seat feels really stiff and will be one of the first things I tear off. thanks for the reply

    • MrEa78
      MrEa78  3 years ago

      Both bikes have RSD seat. The 2 up one (boss seat) is mine. I personally love the look and ride is much better than the factory one.