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Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider

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Make Model

Harley Davidson FXDL/I Dyna Low Rider

Year

1999 - 00

Engine

Four stroke, 45░ V-Twin, Twin Cam 88« vibration isolation-mounted Valves Pushrod-operated overhead valves; w/ hydraulic self-adjusting lifters; two valves per cylinder

Capacity

1449 cc / 88.4 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 95.3 x 101.6 mm
Cooling System Air cooled
Compression Ratio 8.9:1
Lubrication Dry sump, internally mounted, crank driven gerotor pressure and dual scavenge pump with spin on 10ý pressurized oil filter

Induction

Carburetion 40 mm constant velocity with enrichener and accelerator pump
ESPFI 38 mm throttle bore electronic sequential port fuel injection

Ignition 

Single-fire, non-wasted, map-controlled spark ignition
Starting Electric

Max Power

67 hp / 48.8 kW @ 5200 rpm

Max Torque

116.6 Nm / 86 lb-ft @ 3500rpm
Clutch  Wet 9-plate

Transmission 

5 Speed 
Final Drive Belt 70/32 ratio (68/32 ratio)
Gear rRatio 1st 10.110 2nd 6.958 3rd 4.953 4th 3.862 5th 3.150
Frame Mild steel, tubular frame; rectangular section backbone; stamped, cast and forged junctions, forged fender supports; MIG welded

Front Suspension

39 mm w/ polished aluminum fork triple clamp and dual-rate springs

Rear Suspension

Coil over dual shock

Front Brakes

2x 292mm discs

Rear Brakes

Single 292mm disc

Front Tyre

D401F 100/90-19 57H

Rear Tyre

D401 150/80B16 71H

Rake 29░
Fork Angle 30.5░ 30░
Trail 114.3 mm / 4.5 in
Dimensions Length  2364.0 mm / 93.1 in
Seat Height Laden2  655 mm /  25.8 in.
Unladen 680 mm  / 26.80 in.
Wheelbase 1,625 mm / 64.0 in
Ground Clearance 142.0 mm /  5.6 in

Fuel Capacity 

17.4 Litres / 4.6 US gal

A mere 26.5 inches off the ground, the Dyna« Low Rider« exudes attitude. The raked 32-degree front end, pull-back handlebar, Fat Bob« tank, center console with tach and speedo, and highway pegs are all features that help define the Low Rider«. Right below the fuel tank is Harley-Davidson«'s Twin Cam 88. With a laced wheel option and an isolation mounting system, it's no wonder the Low Rider« has been one of the best-known names in motorcycling for over 20 years. (Laced wheels are available as an option in North America and are standard in remaining markets.)