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Reviewed on June 11, 2023

RV reviewed 2005 Titan Sidewinder Hardtail view listing

3.0
Can't really write much. Just a comment on the add. It says more about how cool the dealership thinks it is then it says about the bike for sale. Tell me about the bike. Pat yourself on the back later. It's a 2005 Titan with so many miles on it. That's all you have for information about the bike.... read more
Can't really write much. Just a comment on the add. It says more about how cool the dealership thinks it is then it says about the bike for sale. Tell me about the bike. Pat yourself on the back later. It's a 2005 Titan with so many miles on it. That's all you have for information about the bike. You don't know what size engine, type of transmission. Any information about maintenance, or comments from the previous owner? Maybe it's just me. But That's the sort of information I'm wanting to know about. I happy for you on having the baddest Indian dealership in your area. However I'm not looking for a dealership! I'm looking for a chopper. Just my thoughts. After going to your website and seeing the exact same limited description, I thought maybe you would appreciate a little food for thought. No extra charge. Be well!
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Reviewed on December 29, 2022

RV reviewed 2000 Titan Gecko RM view listing

4.5
Did not have to buy no chrome for bike wheels are custom SS motor has all the. Power did not need no afther market parts, had a few Harleys had to buy parts like ss parts Titan comes total SS motor, cu7 parts it's no... read more
Did not have to buy no chrome for bike wheels are custom SS motor has all the. Power did not need no afther market parts, had a few Harleys had to buy parts like ss parts Titan comes total SS motor, cu7 parts it's no win,
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Reviewed on August 2, 2022

RV reviewed 2000 Titan Phoenix TRM view listing

4.5
love and hate it, runs and sounds like a beast ,handles like I want ,looks great, minor problems with primary leaking ,putting on a belt, other than that you can't get me off it, reminds me of the old days when you knew you were on something special, I have been riding since 1965, built bikes that... read more
love and hate it, runs and sounds like a beast ,handles like I want ,looks great, minor problems with primary leaking ,putting on a belt, other than that you can't get me off it, reminds me of the old days when you knew you were on something special, I have been riding since 1965, built bikes that were in magazines, but no need to anymore I found just what I wanted in a bike and if I were to build another it would be just like my titan.
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Reviewed on April 22, 2022

RV reviewed 1997 Titan Roadrunner view listing

5.0
I’ve rode a Harley for 30 yrs and I had a chance to buy a Titan Roadrunner for a awesome price. And I did … WOW what a bike . I won’t editorialize this is the most comfortable bike my ass has been on . It handles so well . I must say the Titan Roadrunner is the best bike I’ve come... read more
I’ve rode a Harley for 30 yrs and I had a chance to buy a Titan Roadrunner for a awesome price. And I did … WOW what a bike . I won’t editorialize this is the most comfortable bike my ass has been on . It handles so well . I must say the Titan Roadrunner is the best bike I’ve come across. I’m surprised that I can get most parts for this bike at NAPA Auto parts . All in all I’m very happy with my new toy .
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Reviewed on April 22, 2022

RV reviewed 2004 Titan Sidewinder Softail Chopper view listing

5.0
I’ve rode a Harley for 30 yrs and I had a chance to buy a Titan Roadrunner for a awesome price. And I did … WOW what a bike . I won’t editorialize this is the most comfortable bike my ass has been on . It handles so well . I must say the Titan Roadrunner is the best bike I’ve come... read more
I’ve rode a Harley for 30 yrs and I had a chance to buy a Titan Roadrunner for a awesome price. And I did … WOW what a bike . I won’t editorialize this is the most comfortable bike my ass has been on . It handles so well . I must say the Titan Roadrunner is the best bike I’ve come across. I’m surprised that I can get most parts for this bike at NAPA Auto parts . All in all I’m very happy with my new toy .
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Reviewed on March 12, 2012

RV reviewed 2002 Titan Phoenix Custom ZRM view listing

4.0
I've been thrashing about on a 2002 Titan Phoenix ZRM Custom for near on two years now and clocked up around 7,000 miles. For me this bike represents the essence of what a pro-street custom v-twin should be. It's fast yet sure footed - powerful but smooth. It's loud without being obnoxious and... read more
I've been thrashing about on a 2002 Titan Phoenix ZRM Custom for near on two years now and clocked up around 7,000 miles. For me this bike represents the essence of what a pro-street custom v-twin should be. It's fast yet sure footed - powerful but smooth. It's loud without being obnoxious and understated good looks make this a stand-out ride. I've ridden this bike pretty much everywhere - and in every type of weather. From long hauls to bar hopping - I'd have to say that for a US bike (that's probably never seen hours in torrential rain and third world tarmac), it's stood up exceptionally well to our inclement Kiwi conditions. Reliability is what you would expect from a high performance machine. I've replaced the crane ignition with a Dyna 2000i and attended various electrical components to keep it on the road, but overall it's happy enough as a daily runner. Handling benefits from a reduction in rear tire size from the factory 180 to a 160, but apart from that - nothing else need be done. Let's face it - it's already got all the good gear from the get go. Highly recommended if you're a little tired of the comparatively anemic, cookie cutter Harley-Davidsons and/or need something to pull the boat out of the lake!
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Reviewed on October 12, 2011

RV reviewed 2002 Titan Phoenix TRM view listing

5.0
I own a Titan Phoenix TRM Custom, one of 25 built. I paid 37,490 for it and it only has 2,463 miles on it. It is in perfect condition, all original. I've added a corbin seat, new plug wires and extra filter. Due to this motorcycle being so rare and only 25 were built of the Phoenix TRM Custom,... read more
I own a Titan Phoenix TRM Custom, one of 25 built. I paid 37,490 for it and it only has 2,463 miles on it. It is in perfect condition, all original. I've added a corbin seat, new plug wires and extra filter. Due to this motorcycle being so rare and only 25 were built of the Phoenix TRM Custom, there is no standard picture for it so people can give reviews of it unlike the other Titan motorcycles on this and other websites. I'm writing on this bike to inform those who may be looking for information on others who own one of the 25.
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Reviewed on April 21, 2009

RV reviewed 2004 Titan Sidewinder Softail Chopper view listing

5.0
I saw it, loved it and bought it. I had been looking for a chopper and when I saw it I was sold. The only thing I don't like is the handle bar you sit in a position that you let one hand go and you are not comfortable. So to fix that I will change the handle bar but other than that spent 9 hours in... read more
I saw it, loved it and bought it. I had been looking for a chopper and when I saw it I was sold. The only thing I don't like is the handle bar you sit in a position that you let one hand go and you are not comfortable. So to fix that I will change the handle bar but other than that spent 9 hours in the saddle this past sunday 2 poker runs and no problem and just smooth.
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Reviewed on May 25, 2007

RV reviewed 2000 Titan Gecko RM view listing

5.0
I guess what amazes me is the fact that a lot of people still buy these bikes and think you never have to tighten a bolt or check fluid or maintain the bike. Titan, Ortiz, West Coast, OCC etc.... there badass show bikes designed for short trips at full throttle. Maintenence is required more than a... read more
I guess what amazes me is the fact that a lot of people still buy these bikes and think you never have to tighten a bolt or check fluid or maintain the bike. Titan, Ortiz, West Coast, OCC etc.... there badass show bikes designed for short trips at full throttle. Maintenence is required more than a H-D Dresser. The bike itself is beautiful, well built and comfortable. Not for everyone applys here so buyer beware.
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Reviewed on December 28, 2006

RV reviewed 2004 Titan Sidewinder Rubbermount Chopper view listing

5.0
I'm 53 years young and have been riding mostly Harleys since I was 17. Had a few Triumph's, a Norton, and a BSA Lightning (liked British, I guess), but nothing, and I mean NOTHING compares to the grunt power of my 04 Titan SX. I bought it recently with 350 miles on it and have put 1400 on in a few... read more
I'm 53 years young and have been riding mostly Harleys since I was 17. Had a few Triumph's, a Norton, and a BSA Lightning (liked British, I guess), but nothing, and I mean NOTHING compares to the grunt power of my 04 Titan SX. I bought it recently with 350 miles on it and have put 1400 on in a few weeks. I cannot stay off this bike. It's comfortable, especially with the Titan 2up seat, looks GREAT, and handles unreal. I bought it and had to ride five and one half hours home, and was not sore a bit. Anyone wanting something other than your typical Harley HAS to look at these motorcycles. Titan had a bad rap a while ago (they've been around since '94), but are now SUPERIOR bikes.
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