Harley Davidson Dyna FXDC Super Glide Custom vs Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy

Compare Specifications of Dyna FXDC Super Glide Custom and FLSTF Fat Boy

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Harley Davidson Dyna FXDC Super Glide Custom
Harley Davidson Dyna FXDC Super Glide Custom

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Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy
Harley Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy

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Technical Specifications
Engince Displacement 1585.00 cc 1690.00 cc
Engine Type Air cooled Air-cooled, Twin Cam
Engine Starting -- --
Maximum Power -- --
Maximum Torque 124 Nm @ 3250 rpm 132 NM @ 3250 RPM
Transmission 6-Speed --
Gear Shift Pattern -- --
Top Speed -- --
Ground Clearance 120 mm 130 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 18.8 litres 18.9 litres
Mileage
Tyres
Front 100/90B19 57H 140/75R17 67V
Rear 160/70B17 73V 200/55R17 78V
Wheelbase 1625 mm 1635 mm
Brakes
Front -- 4-piston
Rear -- 2 piston
Suspension
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Rear -- --
Colors Available
Colors -- Ember Red Sunglo/Merlot, Midnight Pearl, Big Blue Pearl, Vivid Black.


Physical Specs
Width 955 mm 990 mm
Height 1,175 mm 1,095 mm
Length 2,345 mm 2,396 mm
Weight 313 kg 330 kg

Overview
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Special Features Vibration-isolated Twin Cam 96 engine
6-speed cruise drive tranny
Silver powder-coated engine (chrome treated)
Small pullback handlebar
Low-profile fender at the front
Latest fuel sender
Fat fuel tank (5.1 gallon capacity)
Chrome-staggered short dual exhaust
Chrome-laced steel wheels
29-degreed fork angle
Rear fender wrap around type
Console-mounted speedometer
Chrome tank console
Mid-mount foot controls
Custom quality painting.
Fuel tank is hand finished.
Advanced mirror chrome wheels.
The wider handle bars and 17-inch wheels of silver.
Giant stainless steel with bare-knuckle chrome risers.
Rear shocks are hidden.
Bold display for the odometer.
An ancillary display for gear and rpm.




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