From Harley Sportster To Cafe Racer And Back If You Wish

This fast-back solo seat and tail section mirrors the look and feel of the iconic 1977-78 Harley-Davidson® XLCR Café Racer model, and re-imagines the style for the modern era. Add clip-on bars with mid or rear foot controls and you will get the riding posture typical of a Café Racer, closer to the tank for better weight balance, quicker steering and added front-end back

Unlike other Café Racer bike kits, there is no cutting, welding or frame modifications required and installation is reversible, returning easily your Sportster to the stock look. BlackTail Section is a T bolt-on design that wraps the fender struts. Kit includes a sweeping composite tail section with a steel inner support, a deep solo bucket seat with backstop pad, and all necessary installation hardware

Create your own link to the Sportster®-based racing and performance bikes of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Ideal for use with Clip-On or Sportster® Clubman Handlebars and mid- or rear-set foot controls, this seat provides the perfect lay-down aggressive riding posture for splitting lanes or carving corners. Fits ’10-later XL883N, XL1200CX, XL1200N, XL1200V and XL1200X models. Separate purchase of License Plate Bracket Kit P/N 67900360 for Canada models or P/N 67900359 for HDI models is required. Unpainted $549.95. Vivid Black Painted $699.95. At


2 Responses to “From Harley Sportster To Cafe Racer And Back If You Wish”

  1. 1 Roddie Jun 27th, 2017 at 8:52 am

    Great Harley kit. Well designed. The back to stock is a great PLUS.

  2. 2 Bob Jun 30th, 2017 at 6:17 am

    I have this kit on my 2015 Forty Eight. It is a beautiful kit. The execution left a lot to be desired. The kit arrived about two months after ordering. It was shipped all together in a box with little protection. The “Vivid Black” (extra charge) fender was packed unprotected in a plastic bag and the rest of the kit piled on top of it. The gloss finish was destroyed by chafing on the plastic bag. After wet block sanding and buffing, the finish is flawless. The kit comes without instructions. If you are not mechanically inclined, you will need to figure in dealer installation costs. I did get it figured out and installed. I do feel that the end result justified the BS that went along with it. I also feel like the seat should be leather covered instead of vinyl. That would help to justify the cost.

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