2007 Harley Davidson FXSTD Softail Deuce

Harley Davidson releases specifications for the 2007 FXSTD Softail Deuce

As one of the more versatile motorcycles in a diverse family, the Softail Deuce remains a styling leader by getting low and long for 2007. With a lowered suspension reducing seat height by nearly an inch, the Softail Deuce is a custom motorcycle primed for the long ride. With the addition of the Twin Cam 96B engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), the Deuce brings more performance to its stylized look. A new extended rider footpeg and brake pedal allow the rider to stretch the legs from the low Badlander seat. Its chromed FX front end sports a Chrome, Laced Steel 21-inch wheel and chrome low-rise, flat-track style handlebar. The 160mm rear tire on a 17-inch Silver, Solid Disc Cast Aluminum wheel compliments the slipped Deuce rear fender, while the stretched fuel tank with full-length chrome console extends the long, low profile. Choose from six solid and four two-tone paint options for the Deuce, plus three two-tone custom color options.

* New 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 twin, hidden, horizontal rear shocks
* Lowered rear suspension and new shocks
* New extended rider footpeg and brake pedal
* Stretched fuel tank
* Chrome, Laced Steel 21-inch front wheel
* Silver, Solid Disc Cast Aluminum 17-inch rear wheel with 160mm tire
* Fast-back style rear fender
* Low, smooth Badlander seat
* Chrome FX front forks
* Chrome riser with low-rise flat-track handlebar
* Chrome fender supports with hidden hardware
* Chrome full-length tank console

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