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2006 Harley-Davidson FXSTS/I Springer Softail

A new, wide bobtail fender covers a fat, 200mm rear tire that gives the FXST/I Softail Standard an imposing new attitude. It’s a long, raked custom look that inspires customization among Softail Standard owners. This is the elemental Softail, with simple styling and clean lines that make the FXST/I the ultimate starting point for personalization. A Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced front wheel and Forged Polished Aluminum Disc rear wheel are available as factory-installed options.

There’s no mistaking what this one’s all about. A skinny tire on a Springer front end. The Springer Softail. It’s a perfect balance of style and engineering. And believe us when we tell you it’s ...

... as fun to ride as it is to look at. This year, the biggest news is at the opposite end of the leading-link suspension. Beneath a new, widened bobtail fender sits a street-hungry 200mm tire that’s impossible to miss. There’s also a Badlander seat, low-rise bar and wheel-to-wheel chrome. Plenty of looks with an equal serving of performance. You get a powerful, rigid-mounted, counterbalanced Twin Cam 88B engine. The rest is up to you and the endless miles of pavement that lie ahead.

Harley Davidson FXSTS/I Springer Softail features

  • Rigid-mount, 1450cc Twin Cam 88B balanced engine
  • Silver powder-coated engine
  • Hardtail styling with hidden, horizontal rear shocks
  • New 200mm rear tire
  • New Silver Slotted Cast Aluminum Disc rear wheel
  • New wide rear bobtail fender
  • New silver color-matched belt sprocket
  • Laced 21-inch front wheel
  • Black horseshoe oil tank
  • Raked FX forks



1 comments:

I rode my neighbors,the other day for about,a hour.
Its red and fits ,a 6.4 body snug. The power isnt a Ninja 1400, BuT had more then enough power,for the hills in Pa. I fell in love with its looks rumble.
Its not fast ,its A H,D but sweat to ride. I told my neighbor to put better pipes on it Hyper Filter system.
But says its alot on money for pipes resetting the Fuel .He is getting it done. I am sure it will run better and sound great. It has that look to it that grows on you,and I guess thats why there is alot of .H.D bikes .There sweat ,rumble and looks are worth it all.

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