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Harley Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic

 

 

 

 

Make Model

Harley Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic

Year

2002-03

Engine

Air cooled, four stroke, 45° V-Twin, OHV, 2 valves per cylinder

Capacity

1449
Bore x Stroke 95.3 x 101.5 mm
Compression Ratio 8.9:1

Induction

ESPFI Twin runner, 38mm throttle bore electronic sequential port fuel injection

Ignition  /  Starting

Single-fire, non-wasted, map-controlled spark  /  electric

Max Power

67 hp  48.8 kW @ 5200 rpm

Max Torque

110 Nm @ 3100 rpm

Transmission  /  Drive

5 Speed  /  Belt
Gear Ratio 1st 10.110 2nd 6.958 3rd 4.953 4th 3.862 5th 3.150
Frame Mild steel, rectangular section backbone w/ twin down-tubes
Swing Arm Conventional, rectangular

Front Suspension

Telescopic

Rear Suspension

Air-adjustable

Front Brakes

2x 292mm discs 4 piston calipers

Rear Brakes

Single 292mm disc 4 piston caliper

Front Tyre

130/90-16

Rear Tyre

130/90-16
Seat Height 749.3 mm  /  29.5 in.

Dry Weight

322 kg  /  710.0 lb

Fuel Capacity

18.9 Litres
  /  5.0 gal

Launched in 1994, the 1340 FLHR Electra Glide Road King models were based on Harley-Davidson's long-lived FLHT Electra Glide series of tourers. From 2000, Harley emphasized the Road King's styling heritage with a huge headlamp in a highly polished nacelle on the front fork, a feature based on the 1958 FL Duo Glide. The standard Road King came with lighter, hollow-spoke cast alloy wheels and wire-spoked wheels available at extra cost. Wire wheels and fuel injection were standard for the FLHCRI Road King Classic.

 

Harley-Davidson tourers have been known as some of the most comfortable bikes on the road. The 2000 Road King is no exception, with its contoured, removable pillion dual seat and Buffalo handlebars, which are designed to offer a relaxed, upright straight-arm riding position behind a broad plastic screen.

 

As far as the power unit is concerned, from 1999 the 80cubic inch (1340cc) Evolution engine that originally powered the Road King was replaced by a rubber-mounted 1450cc 88Twin Cam engine. This was retained for 2000. Standard fitment was the 40mm Keihin carburetor. Maintenance-free electronic fuel injection was an option, although on the Road King Classic it was fitted as standard.

Roll on 2003, Harley-Davidson's centenary year! What goodies could be in store for the zillions of Harley fans around the world?

 

 

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