How much is a 2012 Road Glide worth?
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How much does a 2012 Road Glide Ultra weigh?
The Harley-Davidson FLTRU Road Glide Ultra model is a Touring bike manufactured by Harley-Davidson . In this version sold from year 2012 , the dry weight is 385.6 kg (850.0 pounds) and it is equipped with a V2, four-stroke motor.
What’s the difference between Road Glide and Road Glide Ultra?
These two bikes ride on the same platform. They have the same wheelbase, but the Road Glide® Ultra is a bit longer overall. The Road Glide® Ultra also adds a trunk box in back, so it provides more cargo space – about twice as much – when compared to the standard version.
What motor is in a 2012 Road Glide?
Twin Cam 103
Engine: Air-cooled Twin Cam 103 with Integrated Oil-Cooler. Displacement (in./cc): 103/1690. Fuel System: Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
What is a Road Glide Ultra?
The Road Glide® Ultra isn’t just about function—it’s also a great looking bike. Restyled Fairing, Saddlebags and Front Fender: The new styling for the Road Glide® Ultra provides a completely modern, aggressive, seamless look. It flows from the front fender and fairing to the back of the Tour-Pak® luggage carrier.
How much horsepower does a 2012 Road Glide have?
Strapped to Jett Tuning’s dyno, the CVO Road Glide Custom belted out 90.5 horsepower and 109.0 lb-ft of torque, with over 100 lb-ft of torque on tap from 2,300 to 4,700 rpm—by far the biggest numbers we’ve ever recorded for a Harley-Davidson.
What size tires are on a 2012 Harley Davidson Road Glide?
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|Front Tire (Full Spec)||Dunlop® 130/80 R17 65H|
|Rear Tire (Full Spec)||Dunlop® 180/65 R16 81H|
Is a Road Glide more expensive than a Street Glide?
The Harley Davidson Road Glide will set you back $21,699 before options while the Street Glide costs an additional $300.
What is the difference between a Road King and a Road Glide?
These two models do get some different styling features. For one, the Road King® gets the Impeller Cast Aluminum wheel set, while the Road Glide® uses Enforcer Cast Aluminum wheels. Both get chrome 2-into-1 exhaust with tapered mufflers.