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Thread: Back to Buell, this time a Uly but which one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunaticfringe View Post
    bob: where are you located? i'm 17540....amish-land. let me know a price max and i'll search around for you this coming week. i find them quite often. 2008 and up ulysses is a very good choice. IMO was buells' best all-around bike ever.
    That's a really great offer Mr. fringe. ). Give me a couple weeks and I'll let you know. I'm hoping for some income ( $ ) in a little bit. Don't even have down payment right now. I'm 21601
    so far it looks like I'd like an XT. I wouldn't be off-road even though we have a long gravel driveway. Hey ! we have chickens. The Buell will have to share garage space with a John Deere.

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    It'll be in good company !

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    I could go for a trip to Mexico!

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    Probably snow on the ground in NE huh?

    Yeah, I think a Uly would come in handy on those roads south of the border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bob View Post
    Probably snow on the ground in NE huh?

    Yeah, I think a Uly would come in handy on those roads south of the border.
    Yup plenty of snow. Seems to cut loose about every 3 days. More snow this winter than the last 3 combined!
    Makes me dream of flying to SoCal. Taking a cab to Tijuana and riding that uly home the long way
    .. maybe itd be spring when I got back lol

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    What do you guys think of this:
    2006 BUELL ULYSSES WITH:
    Zipper's Performance 1200 Hammer Kit
    IDS ECM
    Drummer Stainless Steel Exhaust
    12.5 to 1 Compression Ratio
    92 Rear Wheel Horsepower
    Red Shift Cams
    Zipper's CNC Ported Heads
    Computrack Revalved & Lowered Suspension
    New Pirelli Tires
    Assembled by H-D of Danbury
    Dyno Tuned by H-D of Danbury


    When I buy, it will likely be a bike that Eric and company engineered but ....
    bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bob View Post
    What do you guys think of this:
    2006 BUELL ULYSSES WITH:
    Zipper's Performance 1200 Hammer Kit
    IDS ECM
    Drummer Stainless Steel Exhaust
    12.5 to 1 Compression Ratio
    92 Rear Wheel Horsepower
    Red Shift Cams
    Zipper's CNC Ported Heads
    Computrack Revalved & Lowered Suspension
    New Pirelli Tires
    Assembled by H-D of Danbury
    Dyno Tuned by H-D of Danbury


    When I buy, it will likely be a bike that Eric and company engineered but ....
    bob
    Personally, for an 06 I'd be looking for something closer to stock, although there are some good goodies on that bike. BTW I have an 06 Uly and enjoy it. Even road it coast to coast once. Buell engines already have a lot of torque and HP squeezed out of that engine without a Hammer Kit, Cams and ported heads. Get something low mileage, well maintained, clean and close to stock with sensible mods only at a good price. They're out there. JMO, good luck. Lots of help here on BuellXB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bob View Post
    What do you guys think of this:
    2006 BUELL ULYSSES WITH:
    Zipper's Performance 1200 Hammer Kit
    IDS ECM
    Drummer Stainless Steel Exhaust
    12.5 to 1 Compression Ratio
    92 Rear Wheel Horsepower
    Red Shift Cams
    Zipper's CNC Ported Heads
    Computrack Revalved & Lowered Suspension
    New Pirelli Tires
    Assembled by H-D of Danbury
    Dyno Tuned by H-D of Danbury


    When I buy, it will likely be a bike that Eric and company engineered but ....
    bob
    This one? https://www.cycletrader.com/listing/...B12X-121981842 its been on cycletrader for quite a while, i think ive been seeing it on there for 2 years?... Danbury does have to Uly's to choose from though!!

    this one seems like a good price for the miles: https://www.cycletrader.com/listing/...2XT-5006223933

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    Yes, thanks to both of you. I've been looking at that blue Uly. Seems pretty good.

    I was just curious whether the 1203 would hold up with those mods.
    bob



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