2009 Harley-Davidson Touring

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The key to mastering the Touring segment is to offer diversity and Harley-Davidson doesn’t just build one or two models and leave owners start from there and accesorize their rides as their hearts indicate (although that might very well be the solution as well), but builds an entire family with models suiting every single possible taste and if that’s not enough, then you can pick the almost ideal model for you and make it really yours.

In fact, the real problem now is which of the seven bikes to choose as all seem to blink an eye at you and each one is well worth checking out. Harley-Davidson worked to improve both the chassis and the engine so the 2009 model years are as new as they get. So you’re invited to get a look at our monstrously big preview based on the American manufacturer’s detailed information about this family.

 

Introduction

The new chassis that underpins the 2009 Touring motorcycles from Harley-Davidson improves comfort and functionality of these legendary machines, while preserving the timeless character that makes a Harley-Davidson Touring bike the King of the American road.

The Touring frame, triple clamps, swingarm, engine mounts, exhaust system, rear fender, wheels and tires have been redesigned, and together provide the foundation for what are truly all-new motorcycles. Key styling elements – including the front end, fuel tank, saddlebags and Tour-Pak – are essentially unchanged, so that these Touring models are visually similar to those distinctive motorcycles that precede them. Ride quality remains smooth, while maneuverability is precise and responsive.

The Frame

Forming the core of the 2009 Touring chassis is a new frame with a single-spar, rigid backbone designed to sustain the demands of long-haul touring riders and today’s powerful engines. The new frame provides a strong foundation that supports a 70 pound increase in carrying capacity. The storage compartments have a 15-pound increase in rated cargo capacity (five pounds per saddlebag, and five pounds in the Tour-Pak).

The frame is engineered to be manufactured with the latest coordinated motion robotic welding process, which offers outstanding dimensional accuracy and weld quality. The frame design results in a 50 percent reduction in parts, and a 50 percent reduction in the total length of welds. T-studs have been eliminated, and the components of the new frame are joined with cast and forged node-tube joints.

A separate bolt-on tail section isolates the main frame from the tail frame, providing better quality-control during manufacturing and more product-design flexibility. The new tail section improves the fit-and-finish of the rear area of the motorcycle through more-precise alignment of the rear fender over the rear wheel.

A new swingarm is formed with a two-piece, deep-drawn shell with a forged pivot section. The new swingarm contributes significantly to the overall system.

The engine-isolation system has also been revised, resulting in reduced engine and vehicle vibration at idle speed. The new system replaces a single front isolator with twin front isolators with a single tie link. The front and rear mounts are designed to provide optimal balance between stiffness and isolation, and are intended to be very durable. Finally, new asymmetric snubbers provide improved control of the clearance between the engine and frame during extreme bump events.

Wheels, Tires and Suspension

Harley-Davidson Touring


A new wheel-and-tire combination plays a key role in the responsive performance of the 2009 Touring chassis. Front wheel diameter is increased to 17 inches from 16 inches (except for the Road King Classic, which has 16-inch Laced chrome steel wheels front and rear), while the width of the 16-inch rear wheel is increased to five inches from three inches. New 28-spoke cast aluminum wheels were designed using finite element analysis for maximal stiffness with minimal weight. The Street Glide has restyled Slotted Disc cast aluminum wheels that have also been engineered for maximum stiffness with minimal weight.

All 2009 Touring models will be equipped with new Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread rear tires designed specifically for the new Harley-Davidson Touring chassis. The construction of the tires and the distribution of a longer life center tread compound and more aggressive shoulder compound enhance straight line performance and will deliver up to 25 percent more rear-tire tread life than the previous tire. The wider rear wheel accommodates a new 180/65-16 rear tire that is wider and has a lower aspect ratio than the MU85B16 tire it replaces. The new rear tire size contributes to the increase in cargo capacity. The new front tire, a 130/80-17, also has a lower aspect ratio for a more modern look and responsive handling. Front and rear suspension has been recalibrated to match the dynamics of the new chassis, wheels and tires. Steering head rake and fork angle are unchanged at 26 degrees and 29.25 degrees respectively, but trail has been increased by 0.5 inch to 6.9 inches. Wheelbase is increased by .556 inches, to 63.54 i
nches.

Powertrain

All 2009 Touring models are powered by the Twin Cam 96 V-Twin engine with Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) mated to the 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission. A new one-piece welded exhaust header features a 2-into-1-into-2 design and features new routing to enhance rider and passenger comfort. On models so equipped, the exhaust catalyst is located in the collector. The rear pipe is restyled and now curves forward of the transmission. A new single-piece front exhaust shield replaces the previous two-piece shield and eliminates a gap that exposed the exhaust pipe on the previous exhaust system.

Acceleration performance is improved on all 2009 Touring models due to a lower final drive ratio, as a 68-tooth rear sprocket replaces the previous 66-tooth sprocket. The Iso Iso lated Drive System has been redesigned, and the compensator is now integrated into the rear wheel hub, eliminating the bolt-on bowl for more integrated design.

Styling, Comfort and Convenience

Harley-Davidson Touring


The increase in wheelbase allowed the saddlebags to be moved rearward a corresponding distance (.556 inches) to increase passenger legroom in front of the saddlebags. The elimination of the left-rear exhaust pipe, and the new routing of the right-rear exhaust pipe, reduces the heat exposure to the rider’s thighs and the passenger’s calves.

The rear fender has been re-shaped to accommodate the new 180 mm rear tire, and is also designed to work with 18-inch custom rear wheels from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories. On models not equipped with a Tour-Pak, the license plate has been relocated below the tail light and is illuminated by an LED located in an eyebrow on the turn signal lightbar, except on the Road King Classic. Finally, the rear “hoop” over the fender has been eliminated from models not equipped with a Tour-Pak. The combination of these elements results in a striking new look to the rear end, with perfect proportions that are especially evident on Touring models that are not equipped with the Tour-Pak.

The new Tour-Pak support rack has no holes in the tubes for Tour-Pak attachment. The new design uses fewer fasteners and hardware, and makes it easier to adjust the Tour-Pak fore and aft for passenger comfort. Tour-Pak capacity is increased by five pounds. Saddlebag capacity is increased by five pounds per side.

Shorty dual antennas replace the previous whip antennas. With no loss of performance, both the radio and CB antennas now clear a seven-foot garage door.

A new LED rear-fender tip light on the Electra Glide Classic and Ultra Classic Electra Glide is brighter and more attractive than the incandescent bulb it replaces.

The revised exhaust routing and other new features combine to deliver comfort for the long haul in a variety of environments.


History

Harley-Davidson Touring

Throughout its history, Harley-Davidson gradually introduced a series of models which brought a major contribution to the now diversified Touring family:


- in 1965, the Electra-Glide replaces the Duo-Glide and is updated with electric starter. The Electra-Glide is the first FL available with electric start, and the Sportster line would receive electric starters soon after.


- in 1980, Harley-Davidson debuts the FLT with its vibration dampening, rubber-isolated drivetrain and unique trailing front fork. The FLT also debutes an engine and five-speed transmission that are hard bolted together.


- in 1994, the classically-styled FLHR Road King is introduced.


- in 1995, the 30th Anniversary Ultra Classic Electra Glide becomes the first production Harley-Davidson motorcycle to include sequential port electronic fuel injection.


- in 2004, the FLHRSI Road King Custom is introduced. With its low rear suspension and wide handlebars, the FLHRSI brings a beach look to a classic Harley-Davidson motorcycle.


- in the 2006 model year, the all-new FLHX/I Street Glide, a lower profile touring motorcycle is introduced.

Exterior

FLHR Road King

Harley-Davidson Touring


Harley-Davidson styling heritage meets long-range riding comfort in the Road King. The large, detachable windshield and hard-shell saddlebags make this a versatile motorcycle suitable for touring or commuting. Classic styling touches include the chrome Hiawatha headlamp and clear-lens auxiliary passing lights, chrome engine covers, a deep-skirted FL front fender and white-stripe tires. The seat has been restyled for 2009 with chrome accents and a new low-mount license bracket locates the plate below the tail lamp, with new LED license plate illumination.

2009 color options are: Vivid Black; Dark Blue Pearl; Red Hot Sunglo (New); Two-Tone White Gold Pearl/Pewter Pearl; Two-Tone Flame Blue Pearl/Pewter Pearl (New); Two-Tone Red Hot Sunglo/Smokey Gold (New).

FLHRC Road King Classic

Harley-Davidson Touring


Rolling nostalgia you can ride over the horizon, the Road King Classic incorporates styling elements from the past in a touring motorcycle with modern technology. The 2009 Road King Classic retains its 16-inch front and rear laced steel wheels and wide-whitewall tires. Tooled leather covers the seat trim and the leather-covered saddlebags. Touring features include a large detachable windshield, auxiliary passing lights, and standard cruise control. Two-tone fender graphics are new for 2009, and a new license bracket locates the plate above the tail lamp.

2009 color options are: Vivid Black; Pewter Pearl; Flame Blue Pearl (New); Two-Tone White Gold Pearl/Pewter Pearl; Two-Tone Deep Turquoise/Antique White (New); Two-Tone Red Hot Sunglo/Smokey Gold (New); Two-Tone Black Ice/Blue Ice (Custom Color Available October through December 2008); Two-Tone Light Candy Root Beer/Dark Candy Root Beer (Custom Color Available January through March 2009); Two-Tone Big Purple Flake/Brilliant Silver (Custom Color Available April through May 2009).

FLHX Street Glide

Harley-Davidson Touring


A stylishly stripped-down dresser, the Street Glide features lowered rear suspension, a smoked mini-wind deflector, and Tri-line LED lighting at the bottom of the rear fender for a low, lean profile. A traditional “bat wing” fairing holds a 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon. A stretched, chrome fuel tank console and Streamliner footboards, brake pedal and passenger pegs finish the custom treatment. Newly restyled Black Slotted Disc cast aluminum wheels are exclusive to the Street Glide. A new low-mount license bracket locates the plate below the tail lamp, with new LED illumination.

2009 color options are: Vivid Black; Black Pearl; Pewter Pearl; Dark Blue Pearl; Pewter Denim; Red Hot Denim (New); Red Hot Sunglo (New); Two-Tone Black Ice/Blue Ice (Custom Color Available October through December 2008); Two-Tone Light Candy Root Beer/Dark Candy Root Beer (Custom Color Available January through March 2009); Two-Tone Big Purple Flake/Brilliant Silver (Custom Color Available April through May 2009).

FLTR Road Glide

Harley-Davidson Touring


Identified by its “shark nose” frame-mounted fairing, the Road Glide gobbles up the highway with rakish style. Hard-shell saddlebags, electronic cruise control, and the 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon are standard equipment. Dual covered headlamps and back-slash muffler tips are back for 2009, while the graphics on the fairing, fuel tank and saddlebags are new. A new low-mount license bracket locates the plate below the tail lamp, with new LED illumination.

2009 color options are: Vivid Black; Black Pearl; Dark Blue Pearl; Red Hot Denim (New); Red Hot Sunglo (New); Mirage Orange Pearl.

FLHT Electra Glide Standard

Harley-Davidson Touring


Equipped with key touring features, the Electra Glide Standard is a long-haul motorcycle you can grow with or build on. Standard equipment includes locking hard saddlebags, a fork-mounted touring fairing with instrumentation, auxiliary lamps, plus all the benefits of the new Touring chassis, wheels and tires. A new low-mount license bracket locates the plate below the tail lamp, with new LED illumination. The passenger pillion has been reshaped for additional passenger comfort.

2009 color options are: Vivid Black; Flame Blue Pearl (New); Black Denim.

FLHTC Electra Glide Classic

Harley-Davidson Touring


Go beyond the touring basics aboard the Electra Glide Classic, which comes equipped with an adjustable Tour-Pak, 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon, and full instrumentation, plus additional fender and saddlebag trim, for beyond-the-basics touring comfort and versatility. New for 2009 is a brighter, long-lasting LED rear fender tip light and a shorty radio antenna that will clear a seven-foot garage door. The Tour-Pak rack has been redesigned with no pierced holes in the tubes for Tour-Pak attachment. The Tour-Pak capacity and saddlebags are increased by five pounds each, and it is easier to adjust the Tour-Pak fore and aft for passenger comfort.

2009 color options are: Vivid Black; Pewter Pearl; Flame Blue Pearl (New); Red Hot Sunglo (New); Two-Tone Vivid Black/Pewter Pearl; Two-Tone White Gold Pearl/Pewter Pearl; Two-Tone Flame Blue Pearl/Pewter Pearl (New).

FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide

Harley-Davidson Touring


The ultimate Touring model from Harley-Davidson, the Ultra Classic Electra Glide is fully equipped for a life on the road. Electronic cruise control, 80-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon with passenger sound system, vented fairing lowers and adjustable fairing wind deflectors, luggage liners, and CB radio/intercom are all standard equipment. The Tour-Pak rack has been redesigned with no pierced holes in the tubes for Tour-Pak attachment. The Tour-Pak and saddlebag capacities are increased by five pounds, and it is easier to adjust the Tour-Pak fore and aft for passenger comfort. New features for 2009 include shorty dual antennas that will clear a seven-foot garage door, mid-frame air deflectors that project radiant engine heat away from the rider, and a brighter, long-lasting LED rear fender tip light.

2009 color options are: Vivid Black; Black Pearl; Dark Blue Pearl; Flame Blue Pearl (New); Red Hot Sunglo (New); Two-Tone White Gold Pearl/Pewter Pearl; Two-Tone Deep Turquoise/Antique White (New); Two-Tone Flame Blue Pearl/Pewter Pearl; Two-Tone Red Hot Sunglo/Smokey Gold (New); Two-Tone Black Ice/Blue Ice (Custom Color Available October through December 2008); Two-Tone Light Candy Root Beer/Dark Candy Root Beer (Custom Color Available January through March 2009); Two-Tone Big Purple Flake/Brilliant Silver (Custom Color Available April through May 2009).

Price

Depending on the chosen model and color, the starting prices vary as such: Road King - $ 16,999 (Black), $ 17,374 (Color), $ 17,729 (Two-tone); Road King Classic - $ 17,999 (Black), $ 18,379 (Color), $ 18,699 (Two-tone), $ 18,779 (Custom Color); Street Glide - $ 18,999 (Black), $ 19,449 (Color), $ 19,849 (Custom Color), Road Glide - $ 18,599 (Black), $ 19,049 (Color); Electra Glide Standard - $ 16,999 (Black), $ 17,449 (Color); Electra Glide Classic - $ 18,999 (Black), $ 19,509 (Color), $ 19,919 (Two-tone); Ultra Classic Electra Glide - $ 20,999 (Black), $ 21,529 (Color), $ 21,959 (Two-tone), $ 22,159 (Custom).

Conclusion

Built in America by Americans for American roads, the 2009 Harley-Davidson Touring models are the recommended things to buy if planning on traveling from coast to coast and back. Massive, comfortable and reliable, these are symbols of the open road and they’re here to stay and gather up hundreds of thousands of miles. That’s a fact, not just our imagination.


SPECIFICATIONS

Harley-Davidson Touring

 

Engine and Transmission

Displacement: 96.00 cu. in.
Engine: Air-cooled, Twin Cam 96
Bore x Stroke: 3.75 in. x 4.38 in.
Engine Torque: 92.60 ft lbs @ 3500 rpm
Fuel System: Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Compression Ratio: 9.2:1
Miles per Gallon: 54 hwy / 35 city
Primary Drive: Chain, 34/46 ratio
Gear Ratio (overall)
1st: 9.593
2nd: 6.650
3rd: 4.938
4th: 4.000
5th: 3.407
6th: 2.875

Chassis and Dimensions

Brakes: 4-piston fixed front and rear
Parking Brake: N/A
Lean Angle (per SAEJ1168): 31° / 33° (Road King, Road King Classic, Road Glide, Electra Glide Standard, Electra Glide Classic, Ultra Classic Electra Glide); 29° / 32°(Street Glide)
Exhaust System: Chrome, dual exhaust w/ taper End Caps (Road King, Road Glide, Electra Glide Standard, Electra Glide Classic, Ultra Classic Electra Glide) / Chrome, dual exhaust w/ slash-down End Caps (Road King Classic and Street Glide)
Front Wheel: Black, 28-spoke Cast Aluminum (Road King, Road Glide, Electra Glide Standard, Electra Glide Classic, Ultra Classic Electra Glide) / Chrome, Laced Steel (Road King Classic) / Black, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum (Street Glide)
Rear Wheel: Black, 28-spoke Cast Aluminum (Road King, Road Glide, Electra Glide Standard, Electra Glide Classic, Ultra Classic Electra Glide) / Chrome, Laced Steel (Road King Classic) / Black, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum (Street Glide)
Wheel Option: Chrome, Profile Laced Aluminum
Front Tire: 130/80 B17 M/C 65H
Rear Tire: 180/65 B16 M/C 81H
Length: 95.0 in. (Road King, Street Glide, Electra Glide Standard) / 94.2 in. (Road King Classic) / 94.1 (Road Glide) / 98.3 in. (Electra Glide Classic) / 98.6 (Ultra Classic Electra Glide)
Seat Height: 27.3 in. (laden) - Road King, Electra Glide Standard, Electra Glide Classic, Ultra Classic Electra Glide / 29.9 in. (unladen) - Road King / 30.7 in. (unladen) - Electra Glide Standard, Electra Glide Classic, Ultra Classic Electra Glide; 26.9 in. (laden) / 29.5 in. (unladen) - Road King Classic, Road Glide; 26.3 in. (laden) / 27.3 in. (unladen) - Street Glide
Ground Clearance: 5.10 in. (Road King,Road King Classic, Road Glide, Electra Glide Standard, Electra Glide Classic, Ultra Classic Electra Glide); 4.70 in. (Street Glide)
Rake Steering Head/Trail: 26° / 6.69 in.
Wheelbase: 63.5 in.
Track Width: N/A
Fuel Capacity: 6.0 gal.
Oil Capacity: 4.0 qt.
Dry Weight: 775.0 lbs. (Road King) / 773.0 lbs. (Road King Classic and Street Glide) / 783.0 lbs.(Road Glide) / 774.0 lbs. (Electra Glide Standard) / 827.0 lbs. (Electra Glide Classic) / 852.0 lbs.(Ultra Classic Electra Glide)
Running Order: 812.0 lbs. (Road King) / 810.0 lbs. (Road King Classic and Street Glide) / 820.0 lbs. (Road Glide) / 811.0 lbs. (Electra Glide Standard) / 864.0 lbs. (Electra Glide Classic) / 889.0 lbs. (Ultra Classic Electra Glide)

Electrical

Instruments: Tank-mounted/fairing-mounted electronic speedometer with odometer, time-of-day clock on odometer; dual tripmeter; low fuel indicator light and mileage countdown feature; low oil pressure indicator light; engine diagnostics readout; LED indicator lights; 6-speed indicator light
Indicator Lamps: High beam, running lights, front fender running lights, directional light bar, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, turn signals, security system6 (optional), 6-speed, low fuel warning, cruise control (optional), ABS (optional)

Key Touring Family Features

Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS): Offered as a factory-installed option on all 2009 Touring models, ABS is designed to help the rider maintain control during braking events, especially those that happen in less-than-optimal conditions. The components of the Harley-Davidson ABS have been designed and packaged to be virtually invisible, preserving the uncluttered styling of the area around the wheels. Unlike many motorcycle ABS, Harley-Davidson ABS is not a linked system, meaning the rider maintains full, independent control of both front and rear brakes.

Electronic Throttle Control: Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) replaces mechanical cables on all Touring models. All wiring from the throttle-grip sensor is routed through the handlebars. The ETC enables an easy upgrade to a cruise control system, and unclutters the handlebar area for cleaner styling.

Factory-Option Cruise Control: Available for all models that do not come equipped with cruise control as standard equipment.

Isolated Drive System: The Isolated Drive System compensator is now integrated into the rear wheel hub, eliminating the bolt-on bowl for a cleaner look. The Isolated Drive System reduces noise and vibration to the rider for improved ride quality under acceleration, shifting and cruising.

FLHR Road King features:

Harley-Davidson Touring
  • Rubber mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • Brembo triple-disc brake system
  • Six-gallon fuel tank
  • Electronic Throttle Control
  • NEW 2-1-2 exhaust system
  • NEW engine isolation system
  • NEW Isolated Drive System
  • NEW frame and swingarm
  • NEW 28-spoke cast aluminum wheels, 17-inch front/16-inch rear
  • NEW Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread 180/65-16 rear tire/white stripe
  • NEW Dunlop D407 130/80-17 front tire/white stripe
  • NEW license plate location with LED illumination
  • Large Hiawatha headlight and chrome nacelle
  • Auxiliary passing lights
  • Detachable windshield
  • Large tank-mounted speedometer
  • Two-piece Touring seat
  • Weather resistant and lockable GTX hard saddlebags
  • Optional ABS
  • Optional Electronic Cruise Control
  • Optional Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels
  • Optional Smart Security System
  • FLHRC Road King Classic features:

    Harley-Davidson Touring
  • Rubber mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • Brembo triple-disc brake system
  • Six-gallon fuel tank
  • Electronic Throttle Control
  • NEW 2-1-2 exhaust system
  • NEW engine isolation system
  • NEW Isolated Drive System
  • NEW frame and swingarm
  • NEW Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread 180/65-16 rear tire/wide white stripe
  • NEW Dunlop D407 130/80-16 front tire/wide white stripe
  • Chrome Laced Steel wheels
  • Large Hiawatha headlight and chrome nacelle
  • Auxiliary passing lights
  • Detachable windshield
  • Large tank-mounted speedometer
  • Leather-wrapped, hard saddlebags
  • Tooled leather seat trim with chrome accents
  • Chrome tank and fender emblems
  • Slash-cut mufflers
  • Electronic cruise control
  • Optional ABS
  • Optional Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels
  • Optional Smart Security System
  • FLHX Street Glide features:

    Harley-Davidson Touring
  • Rubber mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • Brembo triple-disc brake system
  • Six-gallon fuel tank
  • Electronic Throttle Control
  • NEW 2-1-2 exhaust system
  • NEW engine isolation system
  • NEW Isolated Drive System
  • NEW frame and swingarm
  • NEW Black Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum wheels, 17-inch front/16-inch rear
  • NEW Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread 180/65-16 rear tire
  • NEW Dunlop D407 130/80-17 front tire
  • Low-mount license plate bracket with LED illumination
  • Batwing fork-mounted fairing
  • Smoked mini wind deflector
  • Fairing-mounted rear view mirrors
  • Custom bucket seat with perforated insert
  • Silver face gauges
  • 40-watt CD/AM/FM/WB/MP3 Advanced Audio System by
  • Harman/Kardon
  • GTX hard saddlebags with color matched latches
  • Clean front fender
  • Smoked chrome 3-D tank emblem
  • Streamliner footboards, brake pedal and passenger pegs
  • Low Profile rear suspension
  • Rear fender ground effects
  • Optional ABS
  • Optional Electronic Cruise Control
  • Optional Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels
  • Optional Smart Security System
  • FLTR Road Glide features:

    Harley-Davidson Touring
  • Rubber mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • Brembo triple-disc brake system
  • Six-gallon fuel tank
  • Electronic Throttle Control
  • NEW 2-1-2 exhaust system
  • NEW engine isolation system
  • NEW Isolated Drive System
  • NEW frame and swingarm
  • NEW 28-spoke cast aluminum wheels, 17-inch front/16-inch rear
  • NEW Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread 180/65-16 rear tire
  • NEW Dunlop D407 130/80-17 front tire
  • NEW license plate location with LED illumination
  • NEW fairing, tank and saddlebag graphics
  • Frame-mounted, aerodynamic fairing
  • Dual clear-lens, reflector-optics headlights
  • Cockpit-style instrumentation with silver face gauges
  • 40-watt CD/AM/FM/WB/MP3 Advanced Audio System by
  • Harman/Kardon
  • GTX hard saddlebags with chrome latches
  • Clean front fender
  • One-piece, two-up Road Glide Classic seat
  • Electronic cruise control
  • Optional ABS
  • Optional Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels
  • Optional Smart Security System
  • FLHT Electra Glide Standard features:

    Harley-Davidson Touring
  • Rubber mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Silver powder-coated engine with polished covers
  • Brembo triple-disc brake system
  • Six-gallon fuel tank
  • Electronic Throttle Control
  • NEW 2-1-2 exhaust system
  • NEW engine isolation system
  • NEW Isolated Drive System
  • NEW frame and swingarm
  • NEW 28-spoke cast aluminum wheels, 17-inch front/16-inch rear
  • NEW Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread 180/65-16 rear tire
  • NEW Dunlop D407 130/80-17 front tire
  • NEW license plate location with LED illumination
  • Bat-wing, fork-mounted fairing
  • Fairing-mounted speedometer and tachometer
  • Clear-lens reflector-optics auxiliary lamps
  • Locking GTX saddlebags
  • One-piece, two-up Electra Glide comfort-stitch touring saddle
  • Optional ABS
  • Optional Electronic Cruise Control
  • Optional Smart Security System
  • FLHTC Electra Glide Classic features:

    Harley-Davidson Touring
  • Rubber mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • Brembo triple-disc brake system
  • Six-gallon fuel tank
  • Electronic Throttle Control
  • NEW 2-1-2 exhaust system
  • NEW engine isolation system
  • NEW Isolated Drive System
  • NEW frame and swingarm
  • NEW Tour-Pak rack
  • NEW 28-spoke cast aluminum wheels, 17-inch front/16-inch rear
  • NEW Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread 180/65-16 rear tire/white strip
  • NEW Dunlop D407 130/80-17 front tire/white stripe
  • Bat-wing, fork-mounted fairing
  • Full instrumentation
  • 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon
  • NEW shorty antenna
  • NEW LED rear fender tip light
  • Clear-lens reflector-optics auxiliary lamps
  • Locking GTX saddlebags
  • Adjustable King Tour-Pak with passenger backrest
  • One-piece, two-up Electra Glide comfort-stitch touring saddle
  • Optional ABS
  • Optional Electronic Cruise Control
  • Optional Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels
  • Optional Smart Security System
  • FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide features:

    Harley-Davidson Touring
  • Rubber mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • Brembo triple-disc brake system with ABS
  • Six-gallon fuel tank
  • Electronic Throttle Control
  • NEW 2-1-2 exhaust system
  • NEW engine isolation system
  • NEW Isolated Drive System
  • NEW frame and swingarm
  • NEW Tour-Pak rack
  • NEW 28-spoke cast aluminum wheels, 17-inch front/16-inch rear
  • NEW Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread 180/65-16 rear tire/white strip
  • NEW Dunlop D407 130/80-17 front tire/white stripe
  • NEW shorty antennas
  • NEW LED rear fender tip light
  • Bat-wing, fork-mounted fairing
  • Full instrumentation
  • 80-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon
  • CB radio and intercom system
  • Clear-lens reflector-optics auxiliary lamps
  • Locking GTX saddlebags
  • Adjustable King Tour-Pak with passenger backrest
  • Custom-fit soft luggage liners
  • Tour-Pak mounted tail/stop light
  • One-piece, two-up Electra Glide comfort-stitch touring saddle
  • Vented lower fairings with integrated storage compartments
  • Adjustable fairing wind deflectors
  • NEW mid-frame air deflectors
  • Cruise control
  • Optional Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels
  • Optional Smart Security System

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