ALL ABOUT THIS PRIZE
What a bike!
This custom build 2018 Harley FXDR done by Harley Davidson Main Dealer Plymouth could be yours for just £9.27 ...
2997 total tickets available.
Used as a display bike at shows, its 1940cc engine sounds ace paired with the Screaming Eagle Akro exhaust.
The 240mm massive rear tyre coupled with black/orange colour scheme gives this bike a mega mean look + with a stage 4 tune (£5,000 cost), remap, CNC ported heads, heavy breather filter and akro exhaust it doesn't hang about either.
Looks mental. Sounds mental.
As with all our prizes - free nationwide delivery included to the winner. Including Northern Ireland.
Full details and specs below.
RANDOM NUMBER ALLOCATION
Buy your tickets and you will be allocated random numbers for each ticket before the draw - numbers issued on the day of the draw typically 1-2 hours before it begins.
Numbers can be found in the entry list for the draw which will be emailed to you and posted on the website before the draw begins.
2018 Harley Davidson 1940CC FXDR CUSTOM
- Harley Davidson FXDR
- 1940cc 117 Remapped Engine
- Only 625 miles (demo)
- Custom Build By Plymouth Harley
- Used as display demo bike at shows
- STAGE 4 Engine Tune (£5,000 cost)
- 121 ft lb torque
- CNC Ported Heads
- Heavy Breather Filter
- Screaming Eagle Akro Exhaust
- 240 wide rear tyre
- Twin discs
- Upside down forks
- Basically New
- Mean Looking
- Very Fast
The Rev Comps Promise
When you enter this Rev Comps competition:
- Free Nationwide Delivery To Winner
- Secure Payments by Debit/Credit Card
- Early Draw Date Set At 50% Tickets Sold
At Rev Comps we LOVE speed.
Like you, we don't like things dragging on!
We'll call an early draw date on any prize once they hit 50% of tickets sold.
On popular prizes this can take just hours (we've sold out of certain prizes within a day), others it might take a week or so.
We'll guarantee to draw the prize so you get a chance to WIN quickly rather than hang around waiting for all the tickets to sell.
Sure it's a gamble for us...
But isn't that what we're all here for?