1. Parts
  2. Electrical

1970 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide - FLH Electrical

1970 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide - FLH
Front Tire:
Rear Tire:
Spark Plug:
Stock Chain/Belt:
Front Sprocket:
Rear Sprocket:
Select Your Ride: Go

Sort By:
Grid List
Quick View
All Balls
$270.00 - $507.60
You save up to $56.39 (9%)
  • Black
All Balls Starter 100% new - not remanufactured Limited manufacturer's lifetime warranty on all starter motors
Quick View
Twin Power
$46.99 - $189.99
  • Chrome
  • Black
Twin Power Regulator High quality replacement regulators at an affordable price 1-year manufacturer's warranty
Quick View
Biker's Choice
Starter Shaft
You save $5.39 (20%)
Biker's Choice Starter Shaft For 4-speed Big Twin with rear chain Image may differ from actual item depending on bike make and model
Quick View
Dynatek Single-Fire Ignition Coil Kit The same ignitions as used by top drag and road racers over the past decade to set records and bring home victories State-of-the-art engineering was used t...
Quick View
Daytona Twin Tec 1005 Internal Ignition 2 advance curve families with adjustable advance slope accommodate stock to highly modified engines Digitally set RPM limit(100 RPM steps) Selectable single ...
Quick View
Dynatek 2000i Ignition 8 selectable advance curves from stock to high-performance Adjustable rev limiter from 6000-7500 RPM Completely self contained, installed under cam cover All metal construct...
Quick View
Drag Specialties Points and Condenser Contact sets feature a metal spring designed to resist metal fatigue and a follower of space-age material to ensure longer life Condenser is sealed to he...
Quick View
Crane Cams HI-4N Ignition Module 1-piece machined aluminum housing reduces vibration and improves heat dissipation and reliability Improved kick-start algorithm designed to start as easily as poin...
Quick View
Dynatek 2000i Mini Coil Ignition Kit 8 selectable advance curves from stock to high-performance Adjustable rev limiter from 6000-7500 RPM Completely self-contained, installed under cam cover All me...

Latest Reviews

Brent (Denton )

Cost Benefit

THE Spark Plugs to Get

Awesome plugs. Replaced the aging plugs in my '02 Yamaha FZ1, which was starting to bog and sputter on acceleration, and these restored plenty of power and smoothness that had been lost to old plugs. A good tune up and fresh plugs is always worth it. Have used NGK plugs in all my bikes for years, and they've always performed great.

bob (sedalia )


12 volt adapter

works like a charm charges whatever I plug in. would like to see this product work on auxiliary only though. there's a potential to drain a battery if you leave something plugged in.the sweet part was I was able to hook it up to my trickle charger that was already installed. fits great works great and definitely water proof.

dan (Indianapolis )


NGK Plugs

purchased to change out in my victory vision. Great plugs starts and runs like new

Back to Top