2007 Harley Davidson FLSTN Softail Deluxe

Harley Davidson releases specifications for the 2007 FLSTN Softail Deluxe

FLSTN Softail Deluxe sets its sights to the future with a look to the past. A 24.5-inch seat height makes this the lowest Harley-Davidson 2007 model and one of the lowest on the market. The Softail Deluxe is heavy on nostalgic style as a unique paint scheme, beautiful cloisonné and abundant chrome combine with the new Twin Cam 96B engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) for stunning overall performance. The Softail Deluxe offers premium rider comfort with a comfortable pullback riser and wide handlebar. An integrated luggage rack, checked seat side panels with a chrome grab rail, new full-length footboards, wide whitewall tires on Chrome, Laced Steel wheels, special tank and fender emblems and a classic tombstone tail light evoke the past. New four-hole fender supports allow additional customizing creativity. Chrome, Profile Laced Aluminum wheels are available as a factory-installed option. Available in four solid and three new tone-tone color options.

* Rigid-mount 1584cc Twin Cam 96B balanced engine
* Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
* New 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
* Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) standard
* Hard tail styling with hidden, horizontal rear shocks
* Low 24.5-inch seat height
* Integrated luggage rack
* Wide whitewall tires and Chrome, Laced Steel 16-inch wheels
* Chrome oil tank
* Chrome shotgun exhaust
* Pullback risers and handlebar
* Tombstone tail light
* Distinctive headlight nacelle
* Clear-lens reflector-optic passing lamps
* Easily removable passenger pillion
* Full-length floorboards with heel/toe shift lever
* Easy-reach sidestand

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