Less can truly be more with the FLHRS Road King Custom as it rides with an attitude inspired by the West Coast custom scene. Now possessing the Twin Cam 96 engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and reduced clutch lever effort, the Road King Custom brings more performance and an easy ride.

  • 2007 Harley-Davidson FLHRS Road King Custom
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  • Engine:
    Twin Cam 96
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  • Displacement:
    1584 L

A smooth front fender, swept-back chrome wind deflector and pullback beach handlebar and leather-covered hard bags combine for a streamlined look. Low Profile rear suspension and a deep bucket seat at just 26.1 inches in height provide additional style and versatility.

Chrome, Slotted Cast Alloy wheels and streamlined rider footboards, passenger pegs and brake pedal ride under a smooth chrome fuel tank console with nickel-plated tank badges. Offered in seven solid and Sunglo Pearl colors for 2007.

FLHRS Road King Custom features

  • New rubber mount, 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome treatment
  • New 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Standard Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
  • New redesigned football shape air cleaner
  • Chrome wind-swept visor
  • Pullback beach handlebar
  • Seat height of 26.1-inches is lowest in the Touring family
  • Electro-formed, nickel-plated Harley-Davidson fuel tank emblem
  • Large, silver-faced tank-mounted speedometer in stretch chrome console
  • Chrome, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum wheels
  • Leather saddlebag with hidden supports
  • Clean front and rear fenders
  • Triple disc brakes
  • Low-profile, air-adjustable rear suspension
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  (6023) posted on 10.21.2006

I own a Honda VTX1800R and just bought The 2007 Road King. The Road King is so much more nimble than the big VTX it is surprising, given the fact that they are in the same weight class. The slightly shorter wheel base and smaller wheels make an enormous difference. I ride in Northern California, along the coast and in the wine country and, I must admit, having resisted buying a Harley for a long time, but this baby takes a lot less energy on the curvy roads we have here than my VTX 1800.
My only gripe is fifth gear. With all these tourists on the road I find myself in fifth gear more than I want to be. It whines annoyingly.
I sure hope that different oil will solve that irritation. If not, I suspect someone will find an after market solution.

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