Friday Forum Foraging: One Super(charged) V-Rod!

Troy Siahaan
by Troy Siahaan

You read that right.

Talk about a bike I didn't know I wanted. Well, technically I don't, but I'd sure like the chance to twist the throttle on this. What we're looking at is a 2006 Harley-Davidson VRSC, built by ML Customs, which we found on our sister site, It's already unique because it has carbon fiber bodywork, but what makes this one really stand out is the supercharger on the side of the engine. It ads a bit of fiestyness to an engine that wasn't tame in the first place.

The ad listing has been copied below, and as you can see, there's a lot of stuff on this bike. It's also lived a fairly dormant life, having been the display piece at the shop for some time. Now, as ML Customs has closed and the owner has moved on to other things in life, the time has come to see this thing find a new home with someone who will use it for what it was meant for. As noted in the listing, the bike can be made available with or without the supercharger – but really, why would you not want the blower? There's also a video at the end if you want a quick walkaround tour of the bike.

This seems like a fair deal at $11,500 for a one-off VRSC with a blower (or $8350 without). As always, see below for the full ad listing and included photos. To contact the seller, be sure to go to the actual listing on and contact them there.

2006 VRSC with supercharger and carbon fiber body

$8,350 USD

Olympia, Washington

Well, I have decided to sell my beloved and rarely ridden VRSC with supercharger from TTS and entire body of real carbon fiber.

This bike still has less than 7000 miles on her and is in really really excellent condition.

Selling as stock condition ( no TTS supercharger) for $8350.00 or as is with all parts listed and the stock OEM parts that came off with the TTS install for $11,500.00.

Before anyone asks, most delivery companies ship to most states from here at around 725.

A few pics below contact me for many more pics.

The bike info is as follows,

  • Up for sale Built by ML Customs in the Bay area.
  • The bike has less than 7000 miles w/less than 1000 miles with TTS supercharger installed.
  • The bike was tuned by a certified Shop for the TTS unit install.
  • The sale is available as the bike is sitting at present with the supercharger installed and running with stock injectors and all listed items below at a price of $11,999.00 or at the new buyers request, the supercharger will be removed and all stock parts replaced for the OEM mechanical condition (but with all carbon fiber body and extras below) for $8350.00.
  • This bike rides perfectly and is in excellent condition mechanically, electrically, and body parts.
  • Extras Specifics:
  • PC 5 Fuel and Auto Tune module installed and comes with the current map on thumb drive
  • POD-300 (included)
  • FM Engine Brace
  • FM Straight Cut 2nd Gear (included)
  • CFR Exhaust
  • TTS Supercharger (160+ hp w/5.8 Injectors) stock injectors installed and larger injectors included
  • Rotrex SX150 xtra oil for charger
  • Traxxion AK20 fork upgrade setup currently for 225 lb rider weight
  • Gas rear shocks upgrade
  • HD Slipper Clutch
  • M8 clutch basket (included)
  • Good 85% tread Bridgestone ExedraMAX
  • Lithium battery
  • Daymaker LED Headlight
  • LED lighting front and back
  • Vertical license plate with LED light
  • VROD Muscle LED signal mirrors
  • Set front/back EBC Dbl-H sintered brake pads
  • All body parts (tank cover, fender front and rear, side covers, Radiator covers) are real carbon fiber
  • Short rear fender length
  • Viper windscreen smoke (included)
  • Repair Manual (included)
  • SKN-IT Bike Cover (included)
  • OGLI Tank or seat bag (included)
  • Leather type Saddle Bags (included)

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Troy Siahaan
Troy Siahaan

Troy's been riding motorcycles and writing about them since 2006, getting his start at Rider Magazine. From there, he moved to Sport Rider Magazine before finally landing at in 2011. A lifelong gearhead who didn't fully immerse himself in motorcycles until his teenage years, Troy's interests have always been in technology, performance, and going fast. Naturally, racing was the perfect avenue to combine all three. Troy has been racing nearly as long as he's been riding and has competed at the AMA national level. He's also won multiple club races throughout the country, culminating in a Utah Sport Bike Association championship in 2011. He has been invited as a guest instructor for the Yamaha Champions Riding School, and when he's not out riding, he's either wrenching on bikes or watching MotoGP.

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  • Duken4evr Duken4evr on Dec 02, 2023

    Buying that looks inadvisable on several levels, but I wouldn't turn down a spin on it 😄