2007 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider

Harley Davidson releases specifications for the 2007 FXDL Dyna Low Rider

The word "low" describes much more than rider position when it comes to the FXDL Dyna Low Rider. While the 25.8-inch seat height is among the lowest in the Harley-Davidson line, features like mid-mount foot controls, highway pegs and a pullback handlebar also gives the Low Rider its slammed looks and precise handling. The bike's ergonomics are well-suited to those looking for a comfortable ride, while the new Twin Cam 96 powertrain actually brings the Low Rider to a higher level of performance for 2007. Black, 10-spoke Cast Aluminum wheels enhance the Low Rider's slammed look, while the handlebar-mounted indicator cluster adds a classic styling touch. A single floating brake rotor displays more of the front wheel and Chrome, Profile Laced Aluminum wheels are optional. The Low Rider is offered in seven solid and three two-tone color combinations, plus three two-tone custom color options.

* New vibration-isolated Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
* Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
* Chrome, staggered shorty dual exhaust
* 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
* Enhanced clutch lever interlock operations
* Redesigned gauges with clock, 6-speed indictor light and LED
* 49mm forks
* 30.5-degree fork angle/29-degree steering head angle
* Wrap-around rear fender
* 160mm rear tire
* Black, 10-spoke Cast Aluminum wheels
* Stylized low-profile suspension
* Low-slung custom seat
* Easy-reach pullback handlebar
* Handlebar-mounted indicator cluster
* Single floating front brake rotor
* Mid-mount foot controls

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