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2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
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2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
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2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
New 2009 Harley-Davidson Touring FL Chassis

- 2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

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.

 

FLHX Street Glide features:

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


 

Special Features:

A new chassis designed to deliver precise responsive maneuverability, increased capacity and greater comfort for rider and passenger underpins the seven-model Harley-Davidson Touring family for 2009.

Incorporating an all-new frame, swingarm, engine mounting system, wheels and tires, the new chassis forms the foundation for what are truly all-new motorcycles. The key styling elements of these motorcycles, however, are essentially unchanged so that the distinctive character and mechanical beauty of each Touring model is preserved.

“In 2009, Harley-Davidson will mark its 15th consecutive year of leading the touring segment in market share,” said Bill Davidson, Harley-Davidson Vice President, Core Customer Marketing. “Harley-Davidson takes pride in this leadership of an entire touring experience that includes great motorcycles, along with the activities of the Harley Owner’s Group, the philosophy of riding with customers while attracting new ones, and producing high quality items like Genuine Motor Accessories and MotorClothes Merchandise. Our dedication to constant improvement of Harley-Davidson motorcycles brings the new chassis and other upgrades for 2009 to deliver a new level of agility and responsiveness, rider and passenger comfort, and cargo capacity.”

The 2009 Touring models continue a series of product innovations that can be traced back to a research study conducted by the company in 2002, and to face-to-face interaction with customers who rode an estimate 50 million miles during the Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary event in 2003. Armed with this feedback, Harley-Davidson launched a program to maintain its touring leadership through the introduction of the Twin Cam 96 engine and 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission, 103ci and 110ci Big Bore kits through Genuine Motor Accessories, the Isolated Drive System, electronic throttle control, Brembo brakes with optional ABS, a six-gallon fuel tank, reduced clutch lever effort, the Advanced Audio System by Harman-Kardon, GPS navigation with Ride Planner downloads, a high-output charging system to better enable new accessory heated seats and grips, and a two-year warranty with extended service intervals.

Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycles, the Kings of the American road, have been tested by time and millions of highway miles in the hands the most demanding long-distance riders in the world. All 2009 Touring models are powered by the rubber-mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), mated to the 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission for outstanding performance and economy. All models also feature air-adjustable rear shocks to accommodate variable passenger and luggage loads.

The All-New Touring Chassis
New from the tires up, the Touring chassis is based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame that supports an increase in load capacity of 70 pounds. This allows for a five pound increase in each saddlebag and the Tour-Pak. A new swingarm contributes significantly to the overall system. The engine-isolation system has been revised to reduce engine and vehicle vibrations at idle speed.

The wheel-and-tire package is updated, with front wheel diameter increased to 17 inches from 16 inches (except for the Road King Classic) while the width of the 16-inch rear wheel is increased to five inches from three inches. All Touring models will be equipped with new Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread rear tires that offer up to 25 percent more rear-tire tread life. The wider rear wheel accommodates a new 180/65-16 rear tire. The new front tire is a 130/80-17. Front and rear suspension has been recalibrated to match the dynamics of the new chassis, wheels and tires.

Powertrain revisions include a new 2-1-2 exhaust system that reduces heat exposure to the rider and passenger, and a lower final drive ratio for improved acceleration performance. Rear styling is cleaner, with a wider fender and the elimination of the rear “hoop” over the fender on models not equipped with a Tour-Pak. (Please see the separate Touring Chassis Tech release for more detailed information.)

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.

 

 

New Features:

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
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 inches.

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 Isolated 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
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.

Harley-Davidson Motor Company, the only major U.S.-based motorcycle manufacturer, produces heavyweight motorcycles and a complete line of motorcycle parts, accessories and general merchandise. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson's Web site at www.harley-davidson.com.



Also Available
- 2009 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King
- 2009 Harley-Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic
- 2009 Harley-Davidson FLHT Electra Glide Standard
- 2009 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic
- 2009 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide
- 2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
- 2009 Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide


 

2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide - Specifications
MSRP starting at $ 18,999

Dimensions
Length 95.08 in. (2415.03 mm)
Overall Width 38 in. (965.20 mm)
Overall Height 52.20 in. (1325.88 mm)
Seat Height:
- Laden2: 26.30 in. (668.02 mm)
- Unladen: 27.30 in. (693.42 mm)
Ground Clearance 4.70 in. (119.38 mm)
Rake (steering head) 26°
Fork Angle 29.25°
Trail 6.69 in. (169.93 mm)
Wheelbase 63.54 in. (1613.92 mm)

Tires (Dunlop® Harley-Davidson Series, bias blackwall front and rear):
- Front – D407F BW 130/80B17 65H
- 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. (3.79 L)
Transmission Capacity 1 qts. (0.95 L)
Primary Chain
Case Capacity11 1.40 qts. (1.32 L)

Weight:
- As Shipped 773 lbs. (350.63 kg)
- In Running Order 810 lbs. (367.41 kg)
- Gross Vehicle Weight Rating 1360 lbs. (616.89 kg)
- Gross Axle Weight Rating
- Front 500 lbs. (226.80 kg)
- Rear 927 lbs. (420.48 kg)

Engine
Engine3 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)
Displacement3 96 cu. in. (1584 cc)
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Fuel System9 Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Air Cleaner Fiberglass, washable
Lubrication System Pressurized, dry-sump

Drivetrain
Primary Drive Chain, 34/46 ratio
Final Drive Belt, 32/68 ratio
Clutch 9-plate, wet
Transmission 6-Speed Cruise Drive®
Gear Ratios (overall): U.S. HDI JPN
- 1st 9.593 9.593 9.593
- 2nd 6.650 6.650 6.650
- 3rd 4.938 4.938 4.938
- 4th 4.000 4.000 4.000
- 5th 3.407 3.407 3.407
- 6th 2.875 2.875 2.875

Chassis
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 41.30 mm telescopic, cartridge-style damping
Rear Shocks Short, air-adjustable

Wheels4 (Chrome, Profile Laced Aluminum option): Black, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum
- Front 17 in. x 3 in. (431.80 mm x 76.20 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 2 in. (50.80 mm)
Engineered for Sidecar Use

Available Performance
Engine Torque5 (per SAE J1349):
- North America 92.60 ft. lbs. @ 3500 rpm (125.57 NM @ 3500 rpm)
- World 90.20 ft. lbs. @ 3400 rpm (122.31 NM @ 3400 rpm)
- France opt. Germany 90.20 ft. lbs. @ 3400 rpm (122.31 NM @ 3400 rpm)
- Japan 86.90 ft. lbs. @ 2500 rpm (117.84 NM @ 2500 rpm)

Lean Angle (per SAE J1168):
- Right 32°
- Left 29°

Fuel Economy7
(EPA urban/highway test) 35/54 mpg (6.72/4.36 L/100 km)

Electric
Battery (per Battery Council International Rating)
Sealed, maintenance-free, 12V, 28-amp/hour, 270 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
- Auxiliary Lamps Two @ 35W each (except where prohibited by law)
- Tail/Stop Lights 8W/28W (5W/21W)
- Turn Signal Lights 28W (21W) self-canceling
- Indicator Lamps: High beam, running lights, front fender light, directional light bar, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, turn signals, security system6 (optional), 6-speed, low fuel warning, cruise control (optional), ABS (optional)

Warranty
Warranty8 24 months (unlimited mileage)
Service Interval First 1,000 miles (1,600 km), every 5,000 miles (8,000 km) thereafter
1 Vehicles depicted may differ from vehicles manufactured and delivered.
Specifications and prices listed may differ from specifications and prices
of vehicles manufactured and delivered. All product descriptions (including
depictions, specifications, dimensions, measurements, ratings and competitive
comparisons) are based on available information at the time of publication.
Although such descriptions are believed correct, errors and changes can
occur and complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Harley-Davidson may
make changes at any time to prices and specifications, and may change or
discontinue models, without notice and without incurring any obligation. Vehicles
in the configurations shown and many of the accessories described in this
catalog may not be available for sale or use in some locations. Please check
with your dealer for complete product details and the latest information. All
models feature 6-speed transmission (VRSC™ models and Sportster® models
are 5-speed) and carbon fiber belt final drive; multi-plate clutch with diaphragm
spring in oil bath; and 2-year unlimited mileage warranty.
2 Measurement reflects 180 lb. (81.7 kg) operator weight.
3 Recommended 91 octane or higher fuel (R+M)/2.
4 Standard and optional wheels may vary by country and region.
5 Values shown are nominal. Performance may vary by country and region.
6 North America security system includes immobilizer; outside North America the
security system includes immobilizer and siren.
7 Estimated from fuel economy tests on a sample motorcycle from the
corresponding family conducted by Harley-Davidson under ideal laboratory
conditions. Not all motorcycle models undergo fuel economy testing. Fuel
economy and mileage may vary among motorcycle models within a family. Your
mileage may vary depending on your personal riding habits, weather conditions,
trip length, vehicle condition and vehicle configuration and other conditions.
Break-in mileage may vary.
8 See motorcycle owner’s manual for complete details.
9 Standard and optional fuel systems may vary by country and region.
10 U.S. and HDI markets, except Japan: Belt, 32/64 ratio.
11 Primary case oil fill is 45 oz. or as needed to fill to bottom of diaphragm spring.

 

 

 

2009 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide - Canada Specifications
* MSRP starting at $ 20,919

DIMENSIONS METRIC UNITS
Length 2415.03 mm
Seat Height
Laden 1 668.02 mm
Unladen 693.42 mm
Ground Clearance 119.38 mm
Rake Steering Head/Trail 26.0° / 169.93 mm
Wheelbase 1613.92 mm
Track Width N/A
Fuel Capacity 22.71 L
Oil Capacity 3.78 L
Weight
Dry Weight 350.63 kg
Running Order 367.41 kg
Luggage Capacity
Volume N/A
Weight N/A

POWERTRAIN
Engine 2 Air-cooled, Twin Cam 96®
Displacement 1584 cm³
Bore x Stroke 95.25 mm x 111.25 mm
Engine Torque 3 125.57 Nm @ 3500 rpm
Fuel System 4 Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Liters per 100 KM
ESPFI 4.36 hwy / 6.72 city
Primary Drive Chain, 34/46 ratio
Gear Ratio (overall)
1st 9.593
2nd 6.65
3rd 4.938
4th 4
5th 3.407
6th 2.875

WHEELS/TIRES
Wheels 5
Front Black, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum
Rear Black, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum
Wheel Option Chrome, Profile Laced Aluminum
Tire Size
Front 130/80B17 65H
Rear 180/65B16 81H

ELECTRICAL
Instruments 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 6 High beam, running lights, front fender light, directional light bar, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, turn signals, security system6 (optional), 6-speed, low fuel warning, cruise control (optional), ABS (optional)
Reverse Function N/A

CHASSIS
Brakes 4-piston fixed front and rear
Parking Brake N/A
Lean Angle (per SAEJ1168) 29° / 32°
Exhaust System Chrome, dual exhaust w/ slash-down End Caps

COLOR OPTIONS
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)

PRICING 7
MSRP
Black $20,919
Color $21,409
Two-Tone $ N/A
Custom Color $21,849
Security $380
Wheel Option $500
ABS Option $880
Reverse Option $ N/A
Cruise Control $300
Freight $ N/A


1 Measurement reflects 180 lb./81.7 kg operator weight.
2 Recommended 91 octane or higher fuel (R+M)/2.
3 Values shown are nominal. Performance may vary by country and region.
4 Standard and optional fuel systems may vary by country.
5 Standard and optional wheels may vary by country and region.
6 North America security system includes immobilizer; outside North America the security system includes immobilizer and siren.
7 Prices listed are the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices. Options such as color are available at additional cost. Prices exclude dealer setup, taxes, title and licensing and are subject to change. Dealer prices may vary.

Vehicles depicted may differ from vehicles manufactured and delivered. Specifications and prices listed may differ from specifications and prices of vehicles manufactured and delivered.
All product descriptions (including depictions, specifications, dimensions, measurements, ratings and competitive comparisons) are based on available information at the time of publication. Although such descriptions are believed correct, errors and changes can occur and complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

Harley-Davidson may make changes at any time to prices and specifications, and may change or discontinue models, without notice and without incurring any obligation.
Attention: Vehicles in the configurations shown and many of the accessories described in this catalog may not be available for sale or use in some locations. Please check with your dealer for complete product details and the latest information.

All models feature 6-speed transmission (VRSC™ models and Sportster® models are 5-speed) and carbon fiber belt final drive; multi-plate clutch with diaphragm spring in oil bath; and 2-year unlimited mileage warranty.

 

 

 

 

Media/Press Releases (2)

A SOLID FOUNDATION: THE NEW HARLEY-DAVIDSON TOURING CHASSIS
Enhanced Comfort, Increased Capacity and Refined Maneuverability for the Road

MILWAUKEE (July 22, 2008) – 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
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 inches.

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 Isolated 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
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.

Harley-Davidson Motor Company, the only major U.S.-based motorcycle manufacturer, produces heavyweight motorcycles and a complete line of motorcycle parts, accessories and general merchandise. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson's Web site at www.harley-davidson.com.

 

Media/Press Release

HARLEY-DAVIDSON TOURING CHASSIS IS NEW FROM THE TIRES UP
Responsive Maneuverability, More Comfort and Greater Capacity on Seven Models

MILWAUKEE (July 22, 2008) – A new chassis designed to deliver precise responsive maneuverability, increased capacity and greater comfort for rider and passenger underpins the seven-model Harley-Davidson Touring family for 2009.

Incorporating an all-new frame, swingarm, engine mounting system, wheels and tires, the new chassis forms the foundation for what are truly all-new motorcycles. The key styling elements of these motorcycles, however, are essentially unchanged so that the distinctive character and mechanical beauty of each Touring model is preserved.

“In 2009, Harley-Davidson will mark its 15th consecutive year of leading the touring segment in market share,” said Bill Davidson, Harley-Davidson Vice President, Core Customer Marketing. “Harley-Davidson takes pride in this leadership of an entire touring experience that includes great motorcycles, along with the activities of the Harley Owner’s Group, the philosophy of riding with customers while attracting new ones, and producing high quality items like Genuine Motor Accessories and MotorClothes Merchandise. Our dedication to constant improvement of Harley-Davidson motorcycles brings the new chassis and other upgrades for 2009 to deliver a new level of agility and responsiveness, rider and passenger comfort, and cargo capacity.”

The 2009 Touring models continue a series of product innovations that can be traced back to a research study conducted by the company in 2002, and to face-to-face interaction with customers who rode an estimate 50 million miles during the Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary event in 2003. Armed with this feedback, Harley-Davidson launched a program to maintain its touring leadership through the introduction of the Twin Cam 96 engine and 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission, 103ci and 110ci Big Bore kits through Genuine Motor Accessories, the Isolated Drive System, electronic throttle control, Brembo brakes with optional ABS, a six-gallon fuel tank, reduced clutch lever effort, the Advanced Audio System by Harman-Kardon, GPS navigation with Ride Planner downloads, a high-output charging system to better enable new accessory heated seats and grips, and a two-year warranty with extended service intervals.

Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycles, the Kings of the American road, have been tested by time and millions of highway miles in the hands the most demanding long-distance riders in the world. All 2009 Touring models are powered by the rubber-mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), mated to the 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission for outstanding performance and economy. All models also feature air-adjustable rear shocks to accommodate variable passenger and luggage loads.

The All-New Touring Chassis
New from the tires up, the Touring chassis is based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame that supports an increase in load capacity of 70 pounds. This allows for a five pound increase in each saddlebag and the Tour-Pak. A new swingarm contributes significantly to the overall system. The engine-isolation system has been revised to reduce engine and vehicle vibrations at idle speed.

The wheel-and-tire package is updated, with front wheel diameter increased to 17 inches from 16 inches (except for the Road King Classic) while the width of the 16-inch rear wheel is increased to five inches from three inches. All Touring models will be equipped with new Dunlop D407 Multi-Tread rear tires that offer up to 25 percent more rear-tire tread life. The wider rear wheel accommodates a new 180/65-16 rear tire. The new front tire is a 130/80-17. Front and rear suspension has been recalibrated to match the dynamics of the new chassis, wheels and tires.

Powertrain revisions include a new 2-1-2 exhaust system that reduces heat exposure to the rider and passenger, and a lower final drive ratio for improved acceleration performance. Rear styling is cleaner, with a wider fender and the elimination of the rear “hoop” over the fender on models not equipped with a Tour-Pak. (Please see the separate Touring Chassis Tech release for more detailed information.)

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
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.

FLHR Road King features:

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
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.

FLHRC Road King Classic features:

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
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.

FLHX Street Glide features:

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
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.

FLTR Road Glide features:

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
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.

FLHT Electra Glide Standard features:

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
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.

FLHTC Electra Glide Classic features:

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
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.

FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide features:

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

Harley-Davidson Motor Company, the only major U.S.-based motorcycle manufacturer, produces heavyweight motorcycles and a complete line of motorcycle parts, accessories and general merchandise. For more information, visit Harley-Davidson's Web site at www.harley-davidson.com.


 

 

 

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