The smooth-riding enjoyment of custom touring aboard the Heritage Softail Classic gets even better with the new Twin Cam 96B engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI). The Heritage Softail Classic features touring essentials like comfortable riding position with a low seat height, wind protection, passenger room and luggage space, combined with early dresser style and a nostalgic feel.

  • 2007 Harley-Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
  • Year:
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    Twin Cam 96B
  • Transmission:
  • Torque @ RPM:
  • Displacement:
    1584 L

A new passenger seat and the windshield can easily be detached for an even more custom look. Chrome, Laced Steel wheels with chrome passing lamps, studded-leather trim and a full FL front fender over a fat touring front tire provide the makings of a truly original custom touring motorcycle. Chrome, Profile Laced Aluminum wheels are available as a factory-installed option. Available in five solid and four two-tone color choices, plus three two-tone custom color options.

FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic 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
  • Hard tail styling with twin, hidden, horizontal rear shocks
  • New detachable passenger seat
  • Detachable king-size Lexan windshield
  • 1940s-style leather saddlebags with quick detach buckles
  • Clear-lens reflector-optics chrome passing lamps
  • Passenger backrest
  • Touring handlebar
  • Full FL front fender with chrome accents
  • Full-length floorboards with heel/toe shift lever
  • Chrome hub cover
  • Chrome-plated directional light bar
  • Chrome, Laced Steel wheels with blackwall tires
  • Staggered shorty-dual exhaust
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  (6021) posted on 10.11.2006

Had my bike since July and pretty much pleased with it. The tranny makes a LOT of noise in 5th gear - the dealer said it was the balancer, or normal, depending on who you talk to.. Just sounds like poor manufacturing or design to me. Anyway the rest of the bike is great. Time will tell on the transmission.

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