This one-off streamliner was built by Carl Morrow in 1990 for racing on Bonneville. The engine is a 113 cu.in. Harley case with Axtell cylinders, an S&S crankshaft, and a "Typhoon" carb designed by Morrow. Its estimated 135hp passes to the rear wheel via a 4-speed transmission re-engineered by Morrow. Sandy Kosman of Kosman Racing milled the billet wheels and hand-built the front end especially for this bike's speed record attempt, and shaved the 220mph-rated Dunlop tires. The bodywork was done by Mike Corbin and "The Wizard," Ed "Big Daddy" Roth did the graphics. The bike recorded a 187mph top speed at the 1991 Bonneville Salt Flats Speed Record Trials. It is on loan from Carl Morrow's personal collection. Carl Marrow is a world-class racer and tuner of Harley-Davidson bikes since the early 1960s. He holds or has held 68 national speed records, including Bonneville, and achieved fame for building "The World's Fastest Harley." In 1986 he served as the Personal Performance Advisor to Sultan Iskandar Al-Haj ibni Almarhum Sultan Sir Ismail Al-Khalidi, 4th Sultan of Johar, the King of Malaysia, who ruled Malaysia from 1984 to 1989 and is an avid motorcyclist.
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