At the recent BUB Speed Trial in Bonneville, T.R. Reiser from T-Man Performance nailed a World Record Run at 183.1 mph (2-way average was 179.88 mph). The World’s fastest Bagger Award was originally created following the Discovery Channel Biker Build-Off efforts of Laura Klock of the original World’s Fastest Bagger.
The 2006 Harley Davidson FLH bike The frame was stock with a neck angle modification and a Buell 1125R Front End. It retained stock saddlebags and seat location. It was powered by a 98″ Twin Cam motor with a ProCharger (forced) induction system tuned by Brian Kochanski using a Twin Tec Module. It featured Revolution Cylinders, T-Man Stage 4 Heads and TR662-2 cams, a JIMS Fat 5-Speed Transmission with a patented shift ring design and compact shifter technology allowing to increase gear widths up to 53% over stock gears, and capable of handling the highest level of horsepower and torque.