Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

  Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

Posted on by Serafim  

There aren’t many motorcycles that are able to compete against the iconic Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Boy as this model is considered by many riders the purest form of an American motorcycle. Starting with its unique style and finishing with its state of the art technologies, the USA version of the 2013 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Softail Fat Boy is a true benchmark in its segment.

The 2013 version of the Harley-Davidson FLSTF Softail Fat Boy (USA model) comes with a rigid-mounted, counter-balanced Twin Cam 103B V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI). The engine cranks out a peak torque of 97.5 ft. lbs. @ 3000 RPM (132 Nm @ 3000 RPM and is mated on a six speed Cruise Drive transmission.

The 2013 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Softail Fat Boy (USA version) is offered with a starting price of $16,999 USD.

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The Fat Boy Lo moves further the Fat Boy legacy and its unique character continues to impress us.

This new boulevard cruiser features a tasty custom design language which draws inspiration from the classic cruisers but also throws into mix numerous modern details. From front to back, the Harley-Davidson Softail FLSTFB Fat Boy Lo shows attitude, with custom, black bullet hole wheels, a denim black frame, blacked-out covers and header shields, and satin chrome in all the places mirror chrome would normally reside.

The rider is met by a narrow-cut seat which ides just 24.25-inches off the ground. You’ll also like the forward foot controls and the low, 1.25-inch handlebar.

The motorcycle is propelled by an air-cooled, Twin Cam 103B engine with a displacement of 1690cc. The engine is mated on a six speed cruise drive gearbox which offers an average fuel consumption of 42 MPG.

Hit the jump for more information on the Harley-Davidson Softail FLSTFB Fat Boy Lo.

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The Harley Davidson Softail Fat Boy is a classy looking cruiser. Despite its relatively old age, the motorcycle continues to be in the center of attention thanks to its custom looking design, the modern technologies and first class performances.

The 2012 Harley-Davidson Softail FLSTF Fat Boy’s distinctive features are the fat tires, fat bars, fat fenders and a big, powerful, black powder-coated, counter-balanced Twin Cam 96B engine. The latter is air cooled and has a 1690 cc displacement. The engine is mated on a six speed transmission which offers an average fuel consumption of 42 mpg.

New for 2012, the Harley-Davidson Softail FLSTF Fat Boy offers a larger readout on the odometer with more information, such as gear and RPM data, plus the new Security Package option with an Anti-lock Braking System and Smart Security System.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2012 Harley-Davidson Softail FLSTF Fat Boy.

Posted on by Maxx Biker 1

Harley-Davidson took their notorious Fat Boy model, lowered it and gave it a nice custom look before calling it a 2010 model year. The bike features the lowest seat in the American maker’s entire lineup and still the proven Twin Cam 96B V-Twin engine and six-speed Cruise Drive transmission. The colors available for 2010 are Vivid Black and Black Denim.

Posted on by Maxx Biker 1

Matt Mingay is a stunt rider from Stuntz Inc performing on Harley-Davidson motorcycles such as the 2009 Fatboy and Ultra Glide as well as the Muscle and the Nightster . As crazy as it might sound, this guy manages to do with these bikes what few sport bike riders can with theirs.

Harley-Davidson has teamed up with Firestorm for the making of this video, which looks almost unrealistic due to the type of bikes involved. Believe it, it’s real!

Source: masmoto
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The Harley-Davidson Fat Boy inspired the creation of this impressively accurate remote-controlled Lego replica named the Mindstorms NXT Fat Boy. Good for kids, but not for us, you will say and we must agree, but what makes us interested in it is the fact that its controller is shaped like a real bike’s handles.

In the video attached below you will notice that it also leans, like any respectable modern two-wheeled toy and the additional wheels aren’t easy to spot. So now you know what to buy your kid for Christmas and we also know who’s going to be playing with it when snow will cover the asphalt.

Source: gizmodo

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