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2019 Harley-Davidson Touring Road Glide FLTRX

If you enjoy the feel of the wind in your hair and exceptional power under your seat, then you are sure to enjoy the 2019 Harley-Davidson Touring Road Glide FLTRX. This impressive motorcycle comes with a powerful engine, an intuitive infotainment system, and many customizable paint options.

Paint Options

Customize your 2019 Harley-Davidson Touring Road Glide FLTRX with an available six exterior colors which include vivid black, industrial gray, wicked red, twisted cherry, kinetic green, and blue max. The distinctive hot rod design of the 2019 Touring Road Glide is also sure to turn heads with a frame-mounted shark-nosed fairing that gives you an optimal aerodynamic drive. The attached dual Daymaker reflector LED headlights clearly illuminate the road ahead while also giving the 2019 Touring Road Glide FLTRX a unique frontend look.

You can further customize your 2019 Road Glide FLTRX with the large inventory of available genuine Harley-Davidson accessories. Choose from accessories like a colored fender, a knockout custom wheel kit, or a Grandstand limited series inner fairing. Measuring at 95.7-inches in length with 5.5-inch ground clearance, the Road Glide stands its ground and demands attention. The 64.0-inch wheelbase with blackened wheels gives you ultimate traction, wherever the road takes you.

Styling (Features)

Bring along up to 2.3-cubic feet of luggage capacity with the under-seat storage compartment system. Easily access the contents by placing your hand on the seat for automatic storage capabilities. Enjoy your ride even more with the brand-new BOOM! BOX GTS 4.3 infotainment system. The modern interface allows you to access your favorite apps including navigation, hands-free calling, and the ability to stream your favorite music playlists. Turn up the volume on the 25-watt two-speaker infotainment system, crank the power of the engine, and show off your modernly designed motorcycle.

Use the BOOM! Box GTS driver infotainment system to also access your motorcycle’s most important controls including the trip odometer, speaker volume, radio station, fuel alerts, optional ABS settings, miles to empty, battery life, engine diagnostics, and current oil level. You can also control your LED high beam and running lights easily with the touch of a button. Stay connected on the road by pairing your phone to the system for text-to-speech and hands-free calling.

Engine

The 2019 Harley-Davidson Touring Road Glide is powered with a Milwaukee-Eight V-twin engine paired with an electronic sequential port fuel injection system with 111 pound-feet of torque. Cut down on trips to the gas station and enjoy more time on the open road with an estimated 43 mpg. Paired with a responsive suspension system and Reflex linked Brembo brakes, you can enjoy a powerful, yet smooth drive.

The available ABS system gives you better traction on more difficult terrains. The standard cruise control allows you to set your preferred speed and enjoy the sights you will see along your motorcycle explorations. Built-into the 2019 Street Glide FLTRX is a standard security system so you can keep your prized bike where it belongs, right in the driveway.

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If you’re anything like me, you can get quite confused with Harley Davidson model naming but to top it off, they seem to have two names for the same motorcycle or the have a ‘street name’ and then they have a ‘code name’.

Whether it’s FLSB, FXDB, XLCR…it’s all an alien language to some, whilst others instantly recognise the name. In fact for some rider and Harley aficionados, the coded variation in names is much the preferred choice.

So what do the codes mean and how are they deciphered? Well the following is your guide to understanding what all the codes mean and what bikes are grouped into.

If you consider the Harley Davidson a clan made up of 5 major houses. Within each house there are multiple rooms. These five major houses are: Touring, Softail, V-Rod, Dyna, and Sportster. Each room may be a particular model and the code of that model is usually found on a standard air filter housing but on Touring & Softail Models it can be found on the front mudguard.

1st Letter: This means the engine series.

G = Servicar three wheeler, 1937 to 1972
E = Overhead valve 61 cubic inch “big twin” (Engine and trans separated)

F = Overhead valve “Big Twin”

K = Side valve 45 and 55 cubic inch sports bike that replaced the WL in 1953 and was replaced by the Sportster® in 1957.

U = Side valve “big twin”

V – Side valve 74 cubic inch 1930-36

W – Side valve 45 cubic inch made 1937 to 1952
X = Sports and Special Construction
V = Revolution Motor

 

2nd Letter: Identifies the front end size (not including Sportster & V-Rod Models)

L = Wide front tire and Hydra-Glide style front forks
X = Narrow Tire and Sport Forks

3rd Letter: Designates the frame style. (Touring, Softail, or Dyna Model_

H/T = Highway/Touring Frame
ST = Softail Frame
D = Dyna Frame

Any extra letter means a feature associated with that particular bike grouping or ‘house’. Confusion is rife here as Harley may use the same letter to allotted to different features of a bike.

Highway/Touring Models

The touring models are the biggest model bike Harley produces. Touring Models are exactly designed with the grand tour in mind, with saddlebags and extra storage as well as extra room for pillions too.

Touring Model Letters
Model Name
FLHRRoad King
FLHRCIRoad King Classic
FLHRSIRoad King Custom
FLHSElectra Glide Sport
FLHTElectra Glide Standard
FLHTCElectra Glide Classic
FLHTCUUltra Classic Electra Glide
FLHTCULUltra Classic Electra Glide Low
FLHXStreet Glide
FLHXSECVO Street Glide
FLHTCUSECVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide
FLHTCUTGTri-Glide
FLHTKElectra Glide Ultra Limited
FLHTKLElectra Glide Ultra Limited Low
FLHXStreet Glide
FLHXSStreet Glide Special
FLHXXXStreet Glide Trike
FLTCRubber Mounted Dresser Classic
FLTCURubber Mounted Dresser Classic Ultra
FLTRRoad Glide
FLTRSECVO Screamin’ Eagle Road Glide
FLTRXRoad Glide Custom
FLTRXSRoad Glide Special

Softail Models

Harley’s Softail give the hard-tail appearance but with the hidden rear suspension system. Riders who want the look of a hard tail but with comfort for medium distance journey’s either solo or with a pillion.

Softail Model Letters
Model Name
FLSTSoftail
FLSTCHeritage Softail Classic
FLSTFFat Boy
FLSTNSoftail Deluxe
FLSTSCSpringer Softail Classic
FLSTSECVO Softail Convertible
FLSTSBCross Bones
FXSTBNight Train
FXSTCSoftail Custom
FXSTDSoftail Deuce
FXSTSSpringer Softail
FXSTSBBad Boy
FXSTSSECVO Softail Springer Screamin’ Eagle
FXCWSoftail Rocker
FXCWCSoftail Rocker Custom
FXSSoftail Blackline
FXSBSoftail Breakout
FXSBSESoftail CVO Breakout

2018-Up Softail Models

The new softail designed are based on a Mono-shock design, the new Softail is Harley’s new platform.

2018-Up Softail Model Letters
Model Name
FXBRBreakout
FLDEDeluxe
FXFBFat Bob
FLFBFat Boy
FXBBStreet Bob
FLSBSport Glide
FLHCHeritage Classic
FXLRLow Rider
FLSLSlim

Dyna/FX Models

The Dyna Model started in the 90’s with a big-twin engine with quintessential Harley styling. The Dyna is recognisable by its exposed coil suspension or twin shock rear suspension. The Dyna are the big brothers to the Sportster Models, because of a larger engine and sometimes bigger petrol tanks.

Dyna/FX Model Letters Model Name
FXDBDyna Street Bob
FXDCDyna Super Glide Custom
FXDDyna Superglide
FXDLDyna Low Rider
FXDFDyna Fat Bob
FXDFSECVO Fat Bob
FXDS-CONDyna Convertible
FXDWGDyna Wide Glide
FXDXDyna Super Glide Sport
FLDDyna Switchback
FXRSuperglide II
FXRSLow Glide
FXRSFXR Sport Convertible
FXRTSport Glide
FXRPPolice/Defender
FXRSFXR Sport
FXSLow Rider

Sportster Models

The Harley Sportster Models are a smaller size bike in HD Household but are still great bikes for solo rides or with pillions and come in two engine sizes: 883cc or 1200cc.

Sportster Model LettersModel Name
XLSportster
XLH883Sportster Hugger
XL883Sportster 883
XL883CSportster 883 Custom
XL883LSportster 883 Low
XL883NSportster 883 Iron
XL1200Sportster 1200
XL1200CSportster 1200 Custom
XL1200LSportster 1200 Low
XL1200NSportster 1200 Nightster
XL1200RSportster 1200 Roadster
XL1200SSportster 1200 Sport
XL1200VSportster Seventy-Two
XL50Sportster 50th Anniversary Ed.

V-Rod Models

V-Rod’s have a very distinctive engine that was developed in conjunction with Porsche. The V-Rod Models are powered by a Revolution Engine that has overhead cams and liquid cooling.

V-Rod Model Letters
Model Name
VRSCV-Rod
VRSCAWV-Rod (240mm rear tire)
VRSCBV-Rod Black Finish
VRSCDNight Rod
VRSCDXNight Rod Special
VRSCFV-Rod Muscle
VRSCRStreet Rod

Extra Models

Harley completes their lineup with trikes and their newer Street Bike range as they attempt expand into new markets and new demographics too.

Other Model LettersModel Name
XG500Street XG500
XG750Street XG750
FLRTFreewheeler Trike
FLHTCUTGTri Glide Ultra Classic
FLHXXXStreet Glide Trike

 

If you have a particular motorcycle you should know it’s model year and the model code especially when ordering parts. Harley Davidson have a habit of routinely changing certain model specifications as each year passes so whilst some parts may be interchangeable across the model range, many other parts may not be, although their appearance may be almost identical.

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Among Harley’s nine all new 2010 models, we find the Road Glide Custom a much more aggressive approach towards the shark-nose Harley-Davidson classic style. Not only the bike is now lowered, but it also features a big 18-inch front wheel, a 2-into-1 exhaust, and a smooth tail light assembly for a bike that is worthy of the word ‘custom’ in its name.

While the chassis is based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders and today’s more-powerful engines, we’re happy to hear that the 96ci V-Twin behind this model is capable of 125.55 Nm at 3500 rpm, which makes the Road Glide Custom even more of a temptation.

  • Year:

    2010

  • Make:

    Harley-Davidson

  • Model:

    Touring

  • Model:

    Road Glide

  • Engine:

    Air-cooled, Twin Cam 96

  • Transmission:

    6-Speed Cruise Drive

  • Torque @ RPM:

    125.55 Nm @ 3500 rpm

  • Energy:

    Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)

  • Displacement:

    1584 L

  • Top Speed:

    120 mph

  • Price:

    18,999

 

PRESS RELEASE

NEW HARLEY-DAVIDSON® ROAD GLIDE® CUSTOM IS LOW AND LEAN
This Slammed-and-Stripped Road Glide Model Has a New Hot Rod Attitude

The new Road Glide Custom motorcycle is a tougher, younger vision of the shark-nose Harley-Davidson classic. Here’s a bagger with a frame-mounted fairing that offers a lean, hot-rod look. Road Glide Custom leads with a big 18-inch front wheel draped with a clean FL fender, follows with a 2-into-1 exhaust feeding a long chrome muffler, and exits with a smooth new tail light assembly. Hugging the pavement on a slammed rear suspension, the Road Glide Custom rolls with a cool swagger.

But cool can still tour. That aerodynamic fairing offers outstanding weather and wind protection and holds a cockpit-style array of instruments. Hardshell saddlebags and the 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon are standard equipment on the new Road Glide Custom model.

Key Road Glide Custom Features

 

  • The rear suspension is lowered by one inch, so the Road Glide Custom model appears to hug the highway, a look that is reinforced by the "ground effects" trim at the bottom edge of the rear fender.
  • An 18-inch Black Slotted Disc cast aluminum front wheel has machined highlights. Combined with a lower-profile, 130/70B18 tire, the new wheel updates the front end styling and offers enhanced steering feedback.
  • An aerodynamic, frame-mounted fairing incorporates dual headlamps, a cockpit-style instrument display with silver-faced gauges, and two glove-box storage compartments. The frame-mounted fairing offers lighter steering feel than a fork-mounted fairing. New head lamp trim replaces the clear cover used on previous Road Glide models, improving serviceability.
  • A low-profile dark wind deflector creates a sleek shape up front.
  • The new 2-into-1 exhaust feeds a single, four-inch-diameter chrome muffler located below the right saddlebag.
  • The new tail light assembly joins a pair of red LED brake/tail/turn lamps with a sweeping chrome bracket that doubles as a visor over the low-mounted license plate. This design eliminates the separate tail/stop lamp. Tri-line LED lighting is located at the bottom edge of the rear fender.
  • The new custom bucket seat has a perforated insert in the rider position.
  • GTX nylon hard saddlebags have color-matched latches. Inserts fill the spaces between the saddlebags and the rear fender.
  • Streamliner footboards, brake pedal and passenger pegs feature full chrome pans and three chrome bands inset in the rubber surface.
  • The 6-speed Cruise Drive® transmission is fitted with a new helical-cut fifth gear for smooth operation.

 

Tour with Custom Style

The Road Glide Custom model is built on the innovative Touring chassis introduced by Harley-Davidson in 2009, based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders and today’s more-powerful engines. The cast aluminum wheels were created using finite element analysis for maximal stiffness with minimal weight. The 180/65-16 Dunlop® D407 Multi-Tread rear tire designed specifically for the Harley-Davidson Touring chassis feature a harder center tread compound and softer shoulder compound to enhance handling and extend rear-tire tread life by 25 percent.

Air-adjustable rear shocks accommodate variable passenger and luggage loads. Chassis geometry and suspension calibration work with the dynamics of the frame to deliver a combination of comfort and handling from a touring motorcycle that’s equally at ease rolling down the Interstate or negotiating a tight parking situation.

The Twin Cam 96™ V-Twin engine features Harley-Davidson Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) that delivers crisp response, easy starting cold or hot, and self-adjusts to changing elevation and atmospheric conditions. Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) unclutters the handlebar area and enables an easy upgrade to optional cruise control. The engine is rubber-mounted in the chassis, and mated to a 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission with a tall top gear for quiet, economical highway cruising. The exhaust system is designed to minimize heat exposure to the rider and passenger.


Press Reviews

"Once past a brisk walking pace, the Glides prove to be surprisingly agile and fun to ride. Grip from the Dunlop tires exceeds the available cornering clearance, said to be 32 degrees on the right and 29 degrees on the left, and the 180/65-16 rear uses dual-compound construction alleged to offer 25% greater durability. The rear suspension is air-adjustable to suit loads…” – motorcycle

"Despite the extra weight of its fairing, the Road Glide seems to have more cornering clearance than the Road King, giving it surprising lean angles. It pitched around just a bit on the suspension during hard cornering but never did anything exciting. The brakes were adequate, though, as always the handlebar levers are not very handy for smaller hands." – motorcyclecruiser

"And it feels great in the turns, with an incredibly quick and silky-smooth side-to-side transition capability, probably due to the low center of gravity. Rolling on that precise throttle out of the corners means more fun in the twisties with this bike than anything I’ve ridden in a long while." – webbikeworld

"The Harley Davidson Road Glide is powered by Harley Davidson’s 1584cc air cooled V-twin engine, producing the torque necessary to move this rig wherever you want to go while providing the kind of fuel economy that will get you to your destination with a few bucks to spare for the tourist traps." – associatedcontent

"Since the Custom weighs nearly 100 pounds less than the Electra Glide Limited, its smaller engine makes acceleration seem right on par with the bigger 103 engine. Motoring up steep mountain grades will require you to grab a downshift or two, but like always the 6-speed gearbox and friendly clutch help make gear changes feel solid and precise feel. – motorcycle-usa


SPECIFICATIONS

 

Engine and Transmission

 

  • Engine: Air-cooled, Twin Cam 96™
  • Valves: Pushrod-operated, overhead valves with hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters; two valves per cylinder
  • Bore x Stroke: 3.75 in. x 4.38 in. (95.25 mm x 111.25 mm)
  • Displacement: 96 cu. in. (1584 cc)
  • Compression Ratio: 9.2:1
  • Fuel System: Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
  • Air Cleaner: Fiberglass, washable
  • Lubrication System: Pressurized, dry-sump
  • Primary Drive: Chain, 34/46 ratio
  • Final Drive: Belt, 32/68 ratio
  • Clutch: Multi-plate, wet
  • Transmission: 6-Speed Cruise Drive®
  • Gear Ratios (overall): U.S.
  • 1st 9.593
  • 2nd 6.650
  • 3rd 4.938
  • 4th 4.000
  • 5th 3.407
  • 6th 2.875

 

Performance

  • Engine Torque (per SAE J1349):
  • North America: 92.60 ft. lbs. @ 3500 rpm (125.55 Nm @ 3500 rpm)
  • Lean Angle (per SAE J1168):
  • Right: 32°
  • Left: 29°
  • Fuel Economy (EPA urban/highway test): 35/54 mpg (6.72/4.36 L/100 km)

 

Chassis and Dimensions

 

  • Frame: Mild steel; tubular frame; two-piece stamped and welded backbone; cast and forged junctions; twin downtubes; bolt-on rear frame with forged fender supports; MIG welded
  • Swingarm: Mild steel; two-piece drawn and welded section; forged juctions; MIG welded
  • Front Forks: 41.3 mm telescopic, triple circuit damping 
  • Rear Shocks: Air-adjustable
  • Wheels: Black, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum
  • Front: 18 in. x 3.5 in. (457.20 mm x 88.90 mm)
  • Rear: 16 in. x 5 in. (406.40 mm x 127.0 mm)
  • Brakes:
  • Caliper Type: 32 mm, 4-piston fixed front and rear
  • Rotor Type: Patented, fixed rotors
  • (diameter x width):
  • Front (dual): 11.81 in. x .20 in. (299.97 mm x 5.08 mm)
  • Rear: 11.81 in. x .28 in. (299.97 mm x 7.11 mm)
  • Anti-Lock Braking System (option): Available
  • Suspension Travel:
  • Front Wheel: 4.60 in. (116.84 mm)
  • Rear Wheel: 3 in. (76.20 mm)
  • Engineered for Sidecar Use: Available
  • Length: 95.0 in. (2413.0 mm)
  • Overall Width: 35.8 in. (909.32 mm)
  • Overall Height: 50.0 in. (1270.0 mm)
  • Seat Height:
  • Laden: 26.30 in. (668.02 mm)
  • Unladen: 29.50 in. (749.30 mm)
  • Ground Clearance: 5.10 in. (129.54 mm)
  • Rake (steering head): 26°
  • Fork Angle: 29.2°
  • Trail: 6.69 in. (169.93 mm)
  • Wheelbase: 63.50 in. (1612.90 mm)
  • Tires (Dunlop® Harley-Davidson Series, bias blackwall front and rear):
  • Front – D408F: BW 130/80B18 63H
  • Rear – D407: BW 180/65B16 81H
  • Fuel Capacity: 6 gal. (22.71 L)
  • (warning light at approximately 1 gal.)
  • Oil Capacity (w/filter): 4 qts. (3.78 L)
  • Transmission Capacity: 1 qts. (0.95 L)
  • Primary Chain
  • Case Capacity: 1.40 qts. (1.32 L)
  • Front: 500 lbs. (226.80 kg)
  • Rear: 927 lbs. (420.49 kg)

 

Electric

 

  • Battery (per Battery Council International Rating): Sealed, maintenance-free, 12V, 28-amp/hour, 370 cca
  • Charging: Three-phase, 50-amp system (585W @ 13V, 2000 rpm, 650W max power @ 13V)
  • Starting: 1.2 kW electric with solenoid shift starter motor engagement
  • Lights (as per country regulation):
  • Headlamp (quartz halogen): 55-watt low beam, 60-watt high beam
  • Tail/Stop Lights: 8W/28W (5W/21W)
  • Turn Signal Lights: 28W (21W) self-canceling
  • Indicator Lamps: High beam, running lights, directional light bar, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, turn signals, security system (optional), 6-speed, low fuel warning, cruise control (optional), ABS (optional)

 

Warranty

 

  • Warranty: 24 months (unlimited mileage)
  • Service Interval: First 1,000 miles (1,600 km), every 5,000 miles (8,000 km) thereafter

 

Color Options

 

  • Vivid Black
  • Scarlet Red
  • Black Denim

 

U.S. MSRP

 

  • Solids: $18,999
  • Two-Tones: $19,479

 

Model Highlights

 

  • New 18-inch front wheel with a lower-profile, 130/80B18 tire
  • New 2-into-1 exhaust and single, four-inch diameter chrome muffler
  • New Red stop/turn/tail lights with chrome bracket that doubles as a visor over the low-mounted license plate
  • New Stylized headlamp shroud
  • New Smoked, short Lexan wind deflector
  • New Helical cut 5th gear for improved transmission sound
  • Black powder-coated powertrain with chrome covers
  • Black, Slotted Disc cast aluminum wheels
  • Lowered rear suspension
  • Aerodynamic frame-mounted fairing
  • Deep FL front fender with no trim
  • Stainless steel, easy reach handlebar
  • Chrome, low-profile fuel tank console
  • One-piece, two-up Street Glide®-style seat with perforated insert
  • Injection-molded hard saddlebags with color-matched latches; 2.26 cu. ft. volume
  • Inserts fill the spaces between the saddlebags and the rear fender
  • Silver-faced, fairing-mounted electronic speedometer and tachometer plus fuel, voltage, oil pressure and ambient air temperature gauge
  • Streamliner footboards, brake pedal and passenger pegs
  • 40-watt, two-speaker Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon wCD/MP3 player
  • Tri-line LED rear fender tip light

 

Key Features

 

  • Rubber-mounted Twin Cam 96™ V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) with heated O2 sensors and Electronic Throttle Control (ETC)
  • 6-Speed Cruise Drive® transmission with integrated Isolated Drive System (IDS)
  • Dunlop® “Multi-Tread” rear tire construction extends tire life by 25 percent
  • Brembo® 4-piston front and rear caliper with dual front rotor brake system
  • Air-adjustable rear shocks
  • Full-length rider footboards
  • Height-adjustable passenger footboards
  • Six-gallon fuel tank
  • Optional Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Optional Harley-Davidson® Smart Security System with hands-free security fob
  • Optional electronic cruise control
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What does FLTRX mean?

Q:
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A: How to abbreviate "Nuveen Flagship Limited Term Muni Bd Fd (Mutual Funds [USMF])"?
"Nuveen Flagship Limited Term Muni Bd Fd (Mutual Funds [USMF])" can be abbreviated as FLTRX. Q:
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The meaning of FLTRX abbreviation is "Nuveen Flagship Limited Term Muni Bd Fd (Mutual Funds [USMF])". Q:
A: What is FLTRX abbreviation?
One of the definitions of FLTRX is "Nuveen Flagship Limited Term Muni Bd Fd (Mutual Funds [USMF])". Q:
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FLTRX as abbreviation means "Nuveen Flagship Limited Term Muni Bd Fd (Mutual Funds [USMF])". Q:
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The most common shorthand of "Nuveen Flagship Limited Term Muni Bd Fd (Mutual Funds [USMF])" is FLTRX.
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What is Harley Fltrx?

The Harley-Davidson Road Glide Custom is a touring style motorcycle with an MSRP of $19,799 and was carryover for 2013. Power is provided by a 4-Stroke, 1687.9cc, Air cooled, OHV – Pushrod, V Twin engine with Electric starter. The engine is paired with a 6-Speed transmission and total fuel capacity is 6 gallons.

What does Flstn stand for?

FLSTFI: Fat Boy Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) FLSTN: Nostalgia and 2005 Softail Deluxe. FLSTS: Heritage Springer. FLSTSB: Cross Bones.

What is a Harley-Davidson Flhtk?

About This Model. The Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Limited is a touring style motorcycle with an MSRP of $26,999 and was carryover for 2018. Power is provided by a 4-Stroke, 1753.4cc, Liquid cooled, OHV – Pushrod, V Twin engine with Electric starter.

How long should a motorcycle idle?

Once the engine is fully warm – usually about 10 to 20 minutes – drive as normal. When it is particularly cold, you might have to idle your engine a bit longer, but still no more than a couple of minutes – long enough to scrape the frost off your windows.

Why does my motorcycle idle rough?

Carbon, oil residue and pitting on the spark plug electrodes will cause a weak or inconsistent spark, resulting in poor ignition and an inconsistent idle. A clogged air filter may not allow a sufficient amount of air into the combustion chamber, contributing to a rough idle.

What does idling mean in motorcycles?

Idle is the engine condition where the engine is running but you are not touching the throttle grip. So your motorcycle engine is running at idle speed when you start it up in the morning (Until you start riding the bike), or when you are stopping at a red light and the engine is kept running.

How long can you idle an air cooled motorcycle?

Which means, as long as you are riding with enough speed, the airflow will work its magic and cool down your engines – no matter the range. Driving long distances on air cooled motorcycles is not new. A lot of bikers have been doing this since forever – some goes to even 100 miles without stopping.

How long can a Harley idle before overheating?

You can idle it for about ever, no not really but 10-20 min at a time is no problem.

What happens when a Harley overheats?

Overheating can cause significant problems, e.g., piston seizing, which can destroy the engine. Newer tech forces Harley engines to shut down before damage occurs.

Why do Harley engines shake?

The vibration of Harleys is mostly because of the V-Twin motors that power them. The smaller AoD allows for a more compact engine but increases the engine’s shaking forces. As a result, Harleys vibrate more than other motorcycle brands such as Ducati and Moto Guzzi, even though they use the same V-Twin engine.

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