• 2007 Harley-Davidson FXDSE Screamin’ Eagle Dyna

    Harley Davidson FXDSE Screamin' Eagle Dyna

One of the most potent performance street machines to ever roll out of the Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) workshop, the new FXDSE Screamin’ Eagle Dyna combines drag-strip styling cues backed up by the potent V-Twin muscle of the new Twin Cam 110 engine and 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission.

  • 2007 Harley-Davidson FXDSE Screamin’ Eagle Dyna
  • Year:
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    Twin Cam 110TM
  • Transmission:
  • Torque @ RPM:
  • Displacement:
    1800 L

Features of the 2007 FXDSE Screamin’ Eagle Dyna include

  • Air-cooled, Twin Cam 110 black and chrome engine
  • 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Three color combinations:
    • Silver Rush and Midnight Black
    • Inferno Red and Desert Black
    • Twilight Blue with Ice Blue Pearl and Granite with Ice Blue Pearl
  • Color matched frame
  • Color match battery box, electrical panel cover, coil cover and chin spoiler
  • Rolled-back front fender
  • Screamin’ Eagle SYN3 Synthetic Lubricant in the engine, transmission and primary case
  • High performance clutch with hydraulic actuation
  • Black high-torque 1.4 kW starter
  • Chrome voltage regulator
  • Chrome inverted front forks with forged chrome triple clamps
  • Covered low rear shocks with hand-adjustable preload
  • Chrome, Road Winder Forged Aluminum custom wheels with matching rotors
  • Road Winder chrome sprocket
  • Chrome sprocket bolt covers
  • Chrome tapered wheel bearing spacers
  • 170mm rear tire
  • Silver brake calipers with billet-style inserts
  • New straight cut mufflers with full length chrome covers
  • Chrome 1.25-inch diameter handlebar with integrated gage mounting system
  • Chrome clutch and brake master cylinders with chrome switch housings and hand levers.
  • Spun aluminum metal-faced speedometer and mini-tachometer
  • Chrome riser trim
  • LED hidden fuel gage
  • Custom bucketed seat with perforated inserts
  • Knurled Collection footpegs, shift peg, brake pedal pad and hand controls
  • CVO insert on battery box cover with matching Knurled trim pieces for the coil and electrical covers
  • New slotted chrome belt guard
  • Chrome debris deflector
  • Chrome upper shock mount covers
  • Chrome forward controls
  • Chrome rider and passenger footpeg supports
  • Chrome full length fuel tank console
  • Chrome aircraft style fuel cap
  • Chrome extended headlamp trim ring
  • Chrome Profile custom mirrors
  • Chrome valve stem caps
  • Chrome clutch line clamp
  • Polished stainless steel rear brake pushrod
  • Polished stainless steel shift rod assembly
  • New chrome air cleaner cover with custom insert
  • Chrome timer and derby covers with brushed aluminum inserts
  • Chrome dipstick
  • Diamondback braided brakes lines, clutch line and throttle and idle cables
  • Chrome layback license plate frame
  • Bullet style front and rear turn signals with smoked lenses
  • CVO insert on chin spoiler
  • CVO Owners key
  • Indoor storage cover with embroidered CVO logo
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  (1) posted on 04.3.2009

Are you aware that there are rubber inserts that you can replace the chrome knurled pads with? Also the pegs are adjustable for the angle that they set at. If you need part numbers or more info, please let me know.

  (1) posted on 03.26.2007

Nice bike, great looks, lots of power. I traded in my 2002 Dyna-Lowrider which was also a great bike. I was just wondering if anyone else thought the foot pegs . They look great but the lack of rubber on the peg and the fact that the leading edge angles toward the rear, I can’t keep my feet on them. I didn’ want to have to buy a different set so I came up with the idea of putting left peg on the right side and the right peg on the left. Seems to be working a little better but haven’t got caught in the rain yet........

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