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2007 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy

Only the name is the same on the revised to the FLSTF Fat Boy, which grows bigger, broader and brighter for 2007. Besides more power, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and standard Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), the Fat Boy gets funkier and flashier with a major upgrade to its already muscular profile. Start at the back with a new 200mm rear tire and extra chopped rear fender.

A new two-tone and two-up seat with laced triple bullet tank strap sits behind a traditional Fat Bob fuel tank with new customized graphics matching those on the fenders and laced triple bullet detailed tank strap. The Fat Boy cuts a wide path with a new 17-inch front wheel, chrome front fork nacelle and giant bare knuckle risers and a fat custom internally-wired handlebar. New Silver, Bullet Hole Disc Cast Aluminum wheels complete the new Fat Boy look. It’s big, bad and fatter than ever. Offered in 11 solid and three two-tone custom color options.

FLSTF Fat Boy features


  • New rigid-mount, 1584cc Twin Cam 96B balanced engine
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • New 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) standard
  • New wide 200mm rear tire and chopped FL rear fender
  • New fat, 1 1/4-inch custom internally wired handlebar
  • New giant bare knuckle risers
  • New Silver, Bullet Hole Disc Cast Aluminum 17-inch wheels
  • New custom graphics package on front fender, fuel tank and rear fender
  • New two-up seat and bullet laced valence
  • New laced triple bullet tank strap on traditional Fat Bob fuel tank
  • New chrome front fork nacelle
  • Hard tail styling with hidden, horizontal rear shocks
  • Fat FL forks and custom front fender
  • Full-length floorboards with heel/toe shift lever
  • Large chrome headlight
  • Chrome horseshoe oil tank


2 comments:

I have a 2007 fat boy and it has a shake in front end at speeds not safe and i went down.if i new the front end was off set id waited for 2008 its a shame but its junk.i just got my bike out of shop and it got to go back .im hopping harley will make it right or put a recall on it to fix the problem.other wise mine will be up for sale and its a shame because i waited a long time to own my new bike.by the way i have a 1977 amf and that dont have a problem like a brand new bike

I bought one saturday. the front fender and tire is not in the center of the forks. now after the sale im told thats on all 07 fat boys. I wish they told me before sale so I could decide if I was going to live with that or not. anyway I hope the bike will track straight and the tires will wear even cause ive never seen a bike set up like this. the 08 models do not seem to be that way and the other soft tails in 07 are normal. this 07 fatboy seems to be the only bike with the issue.

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