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Specifications, pictures and owners reviews for Harley Davidson Road King FLHR:
Mootorcycle type:Custom bike
Dimensions L/W/H(cm):245 / 98 / 143
Engine size (cc):1690 cc displacement
Fuel supply:electronic sequential port fuel injection
Compression ratio:9.7:1
Bore and Stroke:98.4x111.1 mm
Ground clearance:135mm (5.3 inches)
Engine oil capacity:3.8litres (4 quarts)
Fuel tank capacity :19.0 litres (5 gallons)
Top speed:170 km/h (105 mph)
Peak horse power:72 hp
Max torque:142 nm (104.7 ft lbs)
Dry weight:352 kg (776 lbs)
Wet weight:368 kg (811 lbs)
Front suspension:telescopic fork mild steel, forged junction, MIG welded
Rear suspension:air adjustable full travel air ride
Front tyre size:130/80-17
Rear tyre size:180/65-16
Transmission type:6-speed cruiser drive
Ignition / starting:Electric starting and electronic ignition
Front brakes:320mm disc with 4-piston fixed calipers
Rear brakes:320mm diameter disc and fixed four-piston caliper
Final drive:Belt drive
Cooling system:Air cooling
Fuel consumption:6.70 l/100km (35.1 mpg)
Picture of Harley Davidson - Road King FLHRRoad King FLHR

Additional notes regarding the technical specifiaction of Harley Davidson Road King FLHR:
- The fuel economy (fuel consumption) shows either how much fuel the motorcycle is consuming per 100 kilometers or haw many miles you can ride it with a single gallon of fuel. In the average case Harley Davidson Road King FLHR will burn 6.70 liters on every 100km of your trip. That is based on the technical specifications of the motorcycle and may vary depending on several factors as style of riding, temperature, road condition etc. As per the MPG number it will run for 35.1 miles while burning one gallon of fuel. If we know that Harley Davidson Road King FLHR has a fuel tank capacity of 19.0 liters and its fuel economy is 35.1mpg (based on the technical specifications data above) then we can calculate the run it can achieve with a topped up tank and it is 176 miles.
- 1690 cc engine displacement - that is the volume enclosed by the movement of the pistons from their lower to their upper position in the cylinders. The more cubic centimeters the displacement volume the more power the engine generates. The Harley Davidson Road King FLHR engine has a displacement volume of 1690 cc according to the specifications above and is specified in cubic centimeters but can also be measured in liters.
- 135 mm or 5.3 inches ground clearance - this is the distance between the ground surface and the lowest part of Road King FLHR not counting the tyres of course as they are meant to be in contact with the ground. Motorcycles with lower ground clearance would have better handling as their center of gravity will be lower than average.Harley Davidson Road King FLHR bore and stroke explaination
- Bore and stroke 98.4x111.1 - these parameters may be presented as bore/stroke ratio in some technical specifications. This ratio refers to the diameter of the cylinder bore divided by the length of the piston stroke. The diameter of the cylinder of Harley Davidson Road King FLHR is 98.4 mm and the piston stroke is 111.1 mm based on the technical specifications above. If the bore is shorter than the stroke as it is with this Harley Davidson engine then we say that Road King FLHR has a long-stroke engine.
- Compression ratio 9.7:1 - this parameter refers to how the cylinder's space changes from when the piston is down at its lowest point to when the piston is up at its highest point in the stroke. To avoid engine knocking when compression ratio is high those motorcycles might be recommended to use premium fuel only. It plays a big role in engine efficiency because bigger compression ratio means better thermal efficiency and more mileage with the same amount of gas.
- Belt final drive: There are currently three ways to drive power from a motorcycle engine to its rear wheel - chain, belt and shaft drive. Since they all have their specific advantages it is hard to tell the best among them. All of them are workable technologies and have proved that over the years. The final drive of Harley Davidson Road King FLHR is belt.
motorcycle final drive with beltBelts are lighter than both chains and shafts, do not rust and require no lubrication. They resist dust and rain better than chains. The typical driving belts are made of aramid fibers covered with synthetic rubber. When it comes to driving power from the engine to the rear wheel, belts tend to be more economical than shaft drives.
- Air cooling system: both air and liquid cooling systems serve the same purpose to keep the engine in an optimal temperature range and they both have their advantages. The air cooled motorcycles came first and have more history in world's best know manufacturers as Harley Davidson and BMW. They have less moving parts and therefore less things to break.Harley Davidson Road King FLHR turn signals - replacement
- Replacing the turn signals of Harley Davidson Road King FLHR is not a difficult undertaking and usually turns out to be much simpler than expected. When disconnecting the wires of your motorcycle turn signals it is advisable to stick distinct tapes on them if they are not color coded. The next step is to locate the bolts that hold them in position. Complete the installation of the new Harley Davidson Road King FLHR turn signals by properly connecting the wires after they are securely mounted.Bike cover for Harley Davidson Road King FLHR
The motorcycle cover protects the bike from the elements and the dimensions of the Harley Davidson Road King FLHR are important when choosing one. The overall measures of the bike could be increased by some aftermarket accessories. The cover length, width and height might need to be bigger if saddle bags, fairings or backrest have been installed on the motorcycle.

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