It’s powerful just leaning on its side stand.
One look at the muscular Twin Cam™ 103 engine that feeds into the liquid curves of the big two-into-one exhaust is all it takes to see that the Low Rider® model is built to be ridden long, hard and often. That’s as it should be. For decades the Low Rider® name has been synonymous with riders who can’t get enough. Now it’s built for more miles than ever. With mid-mount controls. And adjustable seat and handlebars. Beefy dual disc front brakes. And more. Ready to get serious?
Accessorized with the new "Burst Collection" pegs, grips, control levers, and trim....sexy....
The motorcycles in the Dyna family trace their roots to the original Harley-Davidson factory customs. Notice the powerful front ends, chromed steel details and tricked-out wheels. There isn’t an ounce of doubt that you’re looking at a rolling sculpture. But there’s something bigger at work here than a mere visual statement. These are motorcycles sprung from a long riding tradition, with a strong emphasis on the riding. Post-war bobbers. Rebellious 70s choppers. Motorcycles where the theme was riding hard and the only rule was nonconformity.
There is something about the steady pulse of power from an air-cooled Twin Cam 103™ engine that works its way into a rider and won’t let go. Once you’ve experienced it you understand. Nothing else in the world of motorized transportation could be as satisfying. There are perfectly rational explanations for this. The lightweight piston design and refined delivery of power. The strong driveline and bulletproof internal parts. The way engine and Six-Speed Cruise Drive transmission work flawlessly together to carry you down the highway at a relaxed, easy-riding rpm. But rational explanations never go far enough. What you feel when the power of this engine pulls you down the road toward the vanishing point is the legacy of the Flathead, Knucklehead, Panhead, Shovelhead, Evolution, Twin Cam 88 and Twin Cam 96 engines that came before. It’s something no ordinary engine can deliver.
Perfect Fit Ergonomics
Whether you’re 5’1” or 6’1”, thanks to perfect fit ergonomics, you can dial the Low Rider® motorcycle in to fit you like a motorcycle glove. We developed perfect fit through an innovative look at how riders fit on a motorcycle using both simulation and actual rider studies. The result is a unique handlebar riser that provides 2.4” of movement fore and aft and an innovative, yet simple, seat design, which allows you to select from two riding positions that offer an additional 1.5” of adjustment fore and aft. This is pure Harley-Davidson steel tailored to your body.
|Model||FXDL Low Rider|
|Laden Seat Height||25.4 in|
|Unladen Seat Height||26.8 in|
|Ground Clearance||4.1 in|
|Rake Steering Head||30.5|
|Front Tire Size||100/90B 19 57H|
|Rear Tire Size||160/70B 17 73V|
|Fuel Capacity||4.7 gal|
|Oil Capacity||3 qt|
|Weight Shipped||644 lb|
|Weight Running Order||666 lb|
|Engine||High Output Air-Cooled Twin Cam 103|
|Displacement||103.1 cu in|
|Fuel System||Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)|
|Primary Drive Train||Chain 34/46 ratio|
|1st Gear Ratio||9.311|
|2nd Gear Ratio||6.454|
|3rd Gear Ratio||4.793|
|4th Gear Ratio||3.882|
|5th Gear Ratio||3.307|
|6th Gear Ratio||2.79|
|Exhaust||New 2 into 1 Exhaust with a deep rumble|
|Wheel Option||Black Split 5 spoke cast aluminum|
|Front Wheel Type||Black Split 5 spoke cast aluminum|
|Rear Wheel Type||Black Split 5 spoke cast aluminum|
|Caliper Type||4-piston fixed front, and 2-pistontorqur free floating rear|
|Brake||4-piston fixed front, and 2-pistontorqur free floating rear|
|Engine Torque Testing Method||j1349|
|Engine Torque||102 ft-lb|
|Engine Torque RPM||3,500|
|Lean Angle Right||29.5|
|Lean Angle Left||30.5|
|Electric Lighting||High beam, dicrectional light bar, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, turn signals, seurity system (optional), 6-speed, low fuel warnings|
|Electric Gauges||Unique handlebar riser provides 2.4" of movement fore/aft while delivering a clean, custom look|