Corbin Warbird Treatment On Harley-Davidson Dyna-Glide

After featuring Corbin’s Warbird Body Kit for the Harley venerable FXR model, it was just a matter of hours before the requests came in for a new version for the Dyna-Glide. Warbird components are designed to work together for a unified look or can be used individually to convert a stock Dyna-Glide into a very nice full custom. Together the components capture the essence of classic Warbirds like the Corsair, Mustang and Thunderbolts for an aggressive stance and smooth aerodynamic line. The Dyna-Glide Kit is comprised of a Warbird Fairing, a Chin Spoiler, a Tail Section and Custom Saddle.

Warbird Fairing takes its lines from the tank and carries them through the front of the machine. Frame mounted design installs independently of the forks and sculpts to the shape of the OEM tank. Warbird fairing stays straight regardless of the handlebar direction so it always looks tight and aggressive. Corbin fairing hides frame tubes and wiring around the triple trees giving a very clean appearance. All mounting hardware and instructions are included.

Chin Spoiler is designed to integrate the lines of the Dyna into the bottom end for a more visually streamlined look. The spoiler flows over the frame downtubes with a large duct built into the design for proper engine cooling. ABS Spoiler is ready for your painter to scuff and primw, or for a little extra can be ordered pre-painted in gloss black and ready for installation right out of the box. Mounting is simple and we include all needed hardware and detailed instructions.

Warbird Tail Section is designed to replace the fender and inner fender as a single unit. It gives the bike a fast and clean line at the back that really puts the Warbird look over the top. Includes an integrated license plate frame that is frenched in to keep that clean line. Inside the Warbird Tail is a small hideaway for items like cell phones, summer gloves, GDO remotes and keys. We’ve even lined the inside to keep these items safe and secure.

Warbird Saddle is designed specifically for use on the above tail section. Using high density Comfort Cell foam to provide firm support with a very low profile, the Corbin saddle is the perfect finish. Wide, dished seating provides excellent weight distribution so you’ll be happy to spend time on your bike. Topped off with genuine leather seating in your choice of colors and styles…Also includes custom stitch pattern and Warbird logo embroidery.

Warbird System Includes: • Warbird Fairing for Harley-Davidson Dyna-Glide -$593.00. • Corbin Chin Spoiler-$292.00. • Warbird Tail Section-$493.00. • Warbird Custom Saddle-$292.00.  • Complete Warbird Kit for Harley-Davidson Dyna-Glide-$1499.00. More information at 800-538-703 or visit Corbin.

22 Responses to “Corbin Warbird Treatment On Harley-Davidson Dyna-Glide”

  1. 1 Mike Greenwald Jul 19th, 2012 at 9:13 am

    I am glad that Corbin brought this classic back.

  2. 2 bshirk Jul 19th, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    $1500??? Good luck with that.
    The parts are pretty cool, but………………………

  3. 3 SIGFREED Jul 19th, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    About as aggressive as the Bee Gees. The quintessential ’70 ‘CAMP’ cruiser…

  4. 4 BobS Jul 19th, 2012 at 10:11 pm

    Looks like what Harley would be if they were British.

  5. 5 Woody Jul 19th, 2012 at 10:32 pm

    Great look! Nice clean lines and it just plain looks cool. For everybody, and a “do it all bike”? No, but who the hell cares, and who says you can only have one bike?

  6. 6 Rider2 Jul 19th, 2012 at 11:36 pm

    Man this is not making this Dyna look any better

  7. 7 Drew Jul 20th, 2012 at 8:03 am

    Very nice lines, and looks aerodynamic, would look even better with salt on its tires. Ha!

  8. 8 Doc Robinson Jul 20th, 2012 at 8:14 am

    Sweet! Nice to see it back. It may not be for everybody, but that’s what freedom of choice is all about. The pricing is very fair in my opinion, especially considering it includes the seat.

  9. 9 Mike Tomas Kiwi Indian MC Co Jul 20th, 2012 at 10:18 am

    Mike Corbin is dam good. Well done Mike. Nice to see your good products rolling out of your shop

  10. 10 Chaos Jul 20th, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    This bike looks like a Fisher Price Toy…. Cool if I was a toddler…..

  11. 11 industry guy Jul 20th, 2012 at 4:51 pm

    the 80’s called… they want their fiberglass back ~;)

  12. 12 Mac Jul 20th, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    If I wanted to take some of the best styling from the last 65 years ,with a touch of Hot Rod ,this is what my dream ride would be . I would get on and burn up the road , only stoping to admire how she looks every now and then .this is living proof it doesn;t have to be a chopper to be cool as hell

  13. 13 Rodent Jul 20th, 2012 at 6:40 pm

    Clip-ons, rear sets if I was younger, oh well

  14. 14 Zipper Jul 20th, 2012 at 8:32 pm

    Not exactly on the cutting edge of anything. ..Z

  15. 15 MPS Jul 20th, 2012 at 11:11 pm

    Always did like the original Warbird and this Dyna version is pretty cool too. However the tail section is just a tick to bulbous for my taste. Nice job though Corbin.
    As for the naysayers… i doubt this package would have been re introduced unless a large number of requests were received by Corbin and they felt the was enough of a market to recoup the development costs. Especially in this economy. The days of, If I build it they will come” are done I’m afraid.

  16. 16 Ernie L Jul 21st, 2012 at 5:58 am

    The paint scheme does not help. This could be made to look much better…all black with a classic gold pin strip perhaps.

  17. 17 Red Jul 21st, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    $1,500 too much? Perhaps it will cost less when they become available for 883’s.

  18. 18 Bigalyts Jul 21st, 2012 at 8:14 pm

    They are available for the 883, but all the Girls that ride 883 like Pink.Dude! Really an 883! I feel bad calling you Dude.Maybe “Prude” is better…. Mike Corbin you Rock. Your Design’s are GREAT. Love this Kit, the Customizers hate you. They would take $10 G’s to make your Bike get character. Your Furniture is Cool. Your Seats are Cool, the Shapes and Leathers all first class. Only complaint; they are uncomfortable. I like the looks and like Driving into your Building and Riding out with a New Seat.

  19. 19 .357 Magnum Jul 22nd, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Wow Red, it didn’t take you long at all to find a small-penis motorcycle-compensator by mentioning the 883! Nice job.

  20. 20 Sara Brown Jul 23rd, 2012 at 8:25 am

    I agree with SIGFREED and Industry Guy ……

  21. 21 Sluggo Jul 23rd, 2012 at 9:30 am

    American craftsmanship and ingenuity has its price. Well done Mike.

  22. 22 Mechano Jul 24th, 2012 at 2:34 pm

    Waaay ugly, and wrong style.
    Is it a cafè racer? And why the mini-ape instead of a Dyna T-Sport or Low Rider style handlebar?

    The tail, the tail is so ugly.

    The back is too low, on a good dynamic bike the rear has to be raised, for better cornering.

    The worst bike that just an american can design…
    Please leave the cafe racing and street performance to the europeans and italians in particular.

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