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2007 Harley-Davidson FLHRSE3 Screamin' Eagle Road King


Features of the 2007 FLHRSE3 Screamin’ Eagle Road King include


  • Twin Cam 110 cubic inch (1800cc) Black and Chrome Engine
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • New 18-inch x 3.5-inch Chrome, Road Winder Forged Aluminum front wheel
  • New 17-inch x 4.5-inch Chrome, Road Winder Forged Aluminum rear wheel
  • Radial 130mm x 18-inch front tire and 170mm x 17-inch rear tire
  • Paint:
    • Razor Red with Burnt Gold Leafing graphics
    • Candy Cobalt with Pale Gold Leafing graphics
    • Black Ice with Pewter Leaving graphics
  • New wide rear fender
  • New tombstone tail light assembly and matching chrome hoop
  • New flush mount gas cap and fuel gauge
  • Complementary colored frames
  • New complimentary colored wide swingarm
  • Custom leather saddlebags with chrome trim strips and matching "flame" leather inserts
  • New spun aluminum metal-faced combination speedometer and tachometer with backlighting
  • "Ironside" Collection:
    • Chrome and rubber hand grips
    • Rider foot board inserts
    • Passenger footpegs
    • Brake pedal pad
    • Shifter pegs
  • Screamin’ Eagle SYN3 synthetic lubricant
  • Black high-torque 1.4 kW starter
  • High-performance clutch with hydraulic actuation
  • Custom oil cooler with chrome cover
  • Chrome voltage regulator
  • Stratum Collection chrome billet timer
  • Stratum derby cover with color-filled script
  • New round air cleaner cover with custom insert
  • Silver brake calipers with billet-style inserts
  • Chrome front axle covers
  • Chrome fork sliders and chrome upper fork covers
  • Chrome lower triple tree cover
  • Profile low rear suspension
  • Chrome debris deflector
  • Smoked turn signal lenses with amber bulbs
  • Dark tinted, detachable mini-wind deflector
  • Chrome 1 ¼-inch handlebar with internal wiring
  • Chrome switch housings and hand levers
  • Profile-styled custom mirror
  • Cruise control
  • Clear-coated, braided stainless steel control cables
  • Clear-coated, braided stainless steel front brake and clutch lines
  • Chrome extended-reach billet brake lever
  • Chrome billet heel/toe shift levers
  • Polished stainless steel hex shift linkage
  • Chrome passenger footpeg supports
  • Custom leather seat with matching "flame" insert
  • Adjustable, detachable rider backrest
  • Detachable passenger backrest
  • Chrome custom fuel tank console
  • Chrome valve stem caps
  • Chrome front wheel bearing spacers
  • Chrome four-inch Touring mufflers with chrome billet end caps
  • Chrome Touring muffler shield
  • Right-hand front exhaust shield
  • Bullet-style rear turn signals mounted on chrome narrow turn signal bar
  • Carryout saddlebag liners
  • Harley-Davidson Smart Security System with Smart Siren
  • Indoor storage cover with embroidered CVO logo
  • Commemorative CVO ignition key with box


3 comments:

I just took delivery on a 2007 Road King SE. The bike makes much more top end power than my earlier HDs and even rivals a superbike at 60-80 mph roll ons, great for the twisty roads. Its faster, overall, on these roads than any bike I own, including my ducati monster 1000, due to overall torque and comfort. But ditch the "mini wind deflector" if you plan on any touring and get the full sized shield.

Just bought the Road ing SE. the bike has to be the best all roung bike Harley has made. Ride is great. The seat is poor had to order a mustang seat. Now the bike is perfect. the 6 speed is much better than the 5 speed . much smoother shifts and better gearing. the 110 is awesome. No one comes close to me when we leave the light.

I have been one of the luky people who has purchased the 2007 cvo springer soft tail, I had to trade in my 2005 yamaha R1 after I saw this cvo at Santa Barbra Harley Davidson. One look at this bike and I had to have it! I have been impressed thru every corner and the acceleration after every street light is awsome! I have no desire to look back, Im just looking forward to see what new cool mods will be availible for this beast! If you can make this bike any cooler.

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