2018 Harley-Davidson Softail Sport Glide First Mods

Four upgrades for your new Sport Glide

Changing up your new Harley-Davidson is on almost every new owner’s to-do list. There are a ton of options out there for changing up your ride, making almost anything you can think of a possibility. We put together a list of some nice additions for all of you who own one of the new 2018 Harley-Davidson Sport Glides.

Comp-S 2-1 Exhaust System

The Comp-S 2-1 Exhaust System in Stainless goes for $759.95.

Two Brothers

Comp-S 2-1 features:

  • Dyno tuned for maximum performance

  • Swept-up muffler for enhanced ground clearance.

  • Carbon-fiber end-cap

  • Mandrel-bent stainless steel tubing

  • All TIG welds done by hand

  • High-temp stainless steel wool and packing material

  • Fits w/ forward and mid-controls

  • Available in brush finish or ceramic black

  • Accepts stock O2 sensor

  • 17 lb. of weight savings

  • $759.95


Tour-Pak luggage

The Tour-Pak luggage in smooth vinyl runs $649.95

Harley Davidson

Tour-Pak Luggage in smooth vinyl features:

  • Black

  • Styled to complement a wide variety of Softail seats and saddlebags

  • Vinyl-wrapped Tour-Pak features fine-grain texturing with perforated side panels

  • Lockable lid opens wide for easy loading

  • Traditional rear straps add a finishing touch

  • Includes matching backrest pad

  • Adds 2,850ci luggage capacity

  • $649.95


465G Gear Drive Camshaft Kit

The 465G Gear Drive Camshaft Kit sells for $380.

S&S Cycles

465G Gear Drive Camshaft Kit features:

  • Bolt in! Compatible w/ all stock valve train components

  • 465G gear drive provides increased torque and horsepower

  • Eliminates cam drive chain and tensioner

  • Kits include all required bearings, O-rings, and hardware

  • Gear drive cams provide improved valve timing accuracy

  • Made in the USA

  • $380


Power Commander V

The Power Commander V costs $399.99.

Power Commander

Power Commander V features:

  • Reduced size from PC III USB (less than half of the size of PC III)

  • USB powered from computer (9-volt adapter is no longer needed for programming)

  • Two-position map switching function built in (map switch not included)

  • Gear input which allows for map adjustment based on gear and speed

  • Analog input which allows user to install any 0–5-volt sensor and build an adjustment table based on its input, such as boost or temperature

  • With gear position input connected, the PCV is capable of allowing each cylinder to be mapped individually and for each gear (For example: on a four-cylinder bike with a six-speed transmission there could be up to 24 separate fuel tables.)

  • Unit has a -100/+250 percent fuel change range (up from -100/+100 percent). This allows more adjustment range for eight-injector sportbikes

  • 10 throttle position columns (up from nine on PC III USB)

  • Enhanced “accel pump” utility (increases adjustment and sensitivity ranges)

  • $399.99 powercommander.com