Skull-Crusher

Skull Crusher

Scott Hartman’s  2008 Street Glide

I had seen this bike floating around Facebook and Instagram, posted by a few people but nobody knew the owner. I stumbled into #Harley Riders on Facebook and I saw someone post the same bike but in an earlier stage of the build. I asked and sure and sure enough it was the owner, Scott Hartman. I was able to get owner information and the specs on this incredible build. This bike is awesome from the rear lighting to the dashboard. Scott did not waste any resources getting it built as you can tell. Scott himself as a person is very cool and laid back, a humble of guy. This bike is lucked out with a good owner. Introducing – Skull Crusher. A heavily modified 2008 Street Glide. Scott Harman and Skull Crusher’s information is below and damn worth reading about this bike.

Cloud Page For Scott Hartman’s Skull Crusher

  • Owner: Scott Hartman
    City: Baytown
    State: Texas
    Bike’s name: Skull Crusher
    Year: 2008
    Brand name: HarleyDavidson
    Model: Street Glide
    Build time: 1 year
    Fabrication: Owner
    Assembly: Owner
    Chrome: Adan’s Polishing
    Paint/Graphics: Julio Seisdedos @ Seisdedo’s Airbrushing
    Color/Graphics description: HOK custom Cobalt blue w/ white & black airbrushing
    Special features: One of a kind custom built twin turbos
    MOTOR SPECS
    ENGINE
    Year: 2008 Air Cleaner: Turbos
    Manufacturer: HarleyDavidson Carburetor: Fuel Injected
    Model: StreetGlide EFI/Fuel Management: TTS
    Displacement: 96 Cam(s): Andrews
    Rebuilt by: Mutant Motors by Wolf Rocker arms: Screaming Eagle
    Lower-end: Mutant Motors by Wolf Push rods: H Beam
    Balancing: Mutant Motors by Wolf Lifters: Summit
    Ignition: Accel Stealth Coils Lifter blocks: Custom billet
    Cases: Stock Connecting rods: S&S
    Cylinder heads: HarleyDavidson Flywheels: Stock
    Pistons: S&S Compression ratio: 9.9:1
    Cylinders: Harley Rated HP: 175
    Exhaust: Custom Rated Torque: 161
    Finish: Chrome
    Special features: Bullet cut jugs
    TRANSMISSION
    TRANSMISSION
    Year: 2008
    Manufacturer: Harley
    Model: Street Glide
    Shifting: 6 Speed Manual
    Trans. sprocket/pulley: Stock
    Drive side: Left
    Primary drive: Left
    Sprocket/pulley: Stock
    Case: Stock
    Gears: Undercut
    Special features: N\A
    FRAME
  • FRAME
    Year: 2008
    Manufacturer: HarleyDavidson
    Model: Street Glide
    Stretch: 1In
    Suspension brand: Accuair
    Suspension type: Air
    Neck rake:43 °
    Motor mount type: Stock
    Material: Stock
    Style: Stock
    Construction method: Stock
    Special features:
    FORK
    NECK
    Year: 2008
    Manufacturer:
    Model: American Suspension
    Style/type: Chrome smooth legs
    Travel: 4-1\2 inchs
    Extension: American Suspension
    Tubes: Stock
    Sliders: Arlen Ness
    Triple Trees: American Suspension
    Special features: 44 Degrees Total Rake
    WHEELS / BRAKES
    FRONT WHEEL
    Brand: SMT
    Model: F22
    Size: 30
    Hub: SMT
    Spokes (#): N/A
    Tire size: 30
    Brake Caliper(s): Performace machine
    Brake Rotor(s): 13 Inch SMT
    REAR WHEEL
    Brand: Stock Duracoated black
    Model: Stock
    Size: Stock
    Hub: Stock
    Spokes (#): Stock
    Tire size: Stock
    Brake Caliper: Stock
    Brake Rotor: Stock
    Special features:
    ACCESSORIES
  • Handlebars: 14” Camtech Hooligans
    Risers: N\A
    Grips: SMT
    Hand controls: Drag Specialties
    Fairing: Stock raked 2” and custom headlight bezel
    Windshield: Dirty Bird
    Headlight: Custom 7” LED light bar
    Taillight: Dynamic Plasma Rods
    Additional lighting:
    License plate mount: Dirty Bird
    Mirrors: Performance Machine
    Saddlebags: TOL
    Saddlebag lids: Atrend
    Saddlebag latches: Precision Billet
    Seat: High Rollers Custom Cycle Seats
    Gas tank: Paul Yaffee
    Gas tank dash panel: Paul Yaffee
    Side covers: TOL
    Front Fender: HHI
    Rear Fender: TOL
    Gauges/Speedometer: Stock tinted to match digital air ride and boost gauges
    Horn: Train air horns behind saddlebag
    Chin spoiler: Custom made to support one-off intercooler
    Footboards: Precision Billet Bad Axe
    Footpegs: Precision Billet Bad Axe
    Foot controls: Precision Billet Bad Axe
    Engine guard:N/A
    Special features: Custom twin turbos and intercooler built by Justin Williams at JW Performance
    SOUND SYSTEM
    Head unit: Pioneer
    Front speakers: DD
    Rear speakers: DD/ Memphis Mojo
    Tweeters: DD Horns
    Speaker lids: 8” Memphis Mojos
    Subwoofer: DD 8” Redline Series
    Amp: 2 Rockford Fosgate T400x2, JL 500×1

“My love of motorcycles started when I was very young. I got my first dirt bike at the age of 7 and I was hooked. I’ve had many bikes since then but this was my first Harley and first bagger. Skull Crusher started as a basically stock Street Glide that I picked up locally. I rode it for a few months and then started customizing the stereo and handlebars which led to bigger things like air ride and performance mods and then was quickly followed by the obsession of building a big wheel bagger. My 16 year old son Cody took interest and it became a father and son project that got bigger and more complex as we went along. Ideas for the build were usually started by my son saying, “you know dad, what you’re doing is cool but you know what would be AWESOME??!!?!” Plans for the twin turbo motor shortly followed one of those conversations! The bike was built by Cody and I in our two car garage. We stripped it down and pulled the motor and took it to Wolfgang at Mutant Motors by Wolf to have the motor bullet proofed for the turbos. The custom tank skins, dash, side covers, bags and fender were provided by TOL and were fitted and prepped for paint. The neck was cut and body worked for a slick look. Julio Seisdedos from Pasadena, TX was given the bike next to lay down some sick Viking graphics with a zombie twist. Every painted piece on the bike has some kind of airbrushing on it. We joke that you can stare at the bike for hours and still find something you missed. After the paint was done and the motor was put back in it was taken to my neighbor, Justin Williams for his turbo fabrication magic. Justin fitted the turbos, built a custom intercooler, a custom chin spoiler that actually supports the intercooler and beautifully welded piping for the intake and exhaust. The seat pan was sent to Butch Watson at High Rollers for his custom touch while the custom stereo supplied by Low Life Customs was installed. Cody installed the front and rear air ride system and the SOB center stand while the one-off train horn set up was plumbed up behind the left saddlebag. It was definitely an awesome bonding project for my son and I and plans are in the works for his first custom bike. Hopefully his ideas for this one are just as wild as they were for the last! As for now, we enjoy riding and showing it all over Texas and was able to take it to the 75th anniversary of Daytona Bike Week where it broke a lot of necks!” – Scott Hartman

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