Though the frame is totally new, its dimensions, except for a lower seat height, are generally the same. Many other components have been changed beside the engine. Although the 883 standard and 1200R list the same 3.3-gallon fuel capacity and a familiar shape, the tanks are significantly altered to accommodate the new frame. The Custom models now have a 4.5-gallon tank, with a full-length stainless-steel console on the 1200. The Roadster gets a graphics treatment reminiscent of the original Sportster on the 1950s. It also has a tach and duel disc front brakes. All the brakes are new, less bulky calipers and the the actuation pressure is claimed to be reduced. The handgrips are an eighth-inch slimmer, which Harley says also helps. A wider 150mm rear tire (instead of the previous 130mm size) required the rear end to be completely altered, and the engine was also moved right a quarter-inch to cwenter it in the frame. The battery was moved into the frame, and both side of the bike now have side covers. The oil tank on the right holds most of a quart more oil, offers added cooling and features a push-to-release oil dipstic that pops out when you push and then comes free with a quarter turn.