A dished, low-profile seat rises just 25.6 inches off the tarmac—that’s H-D’s “laden measurement,” which compares to 27.3 inches for the non-Low Ultra. The seat is pushed closer to the fairing, and the pullback handlebar comes 2 inches nearer to the pilot. Additional changes include suspension lowered by an inch front and rear and a thinner primary-drive case. Once acclimated to the tighter ergos and odd feel of the miniaturized controls—the handlebar is narrower and the grips are smaller in diameter—you’ll realize there’s the same suite of long-haul amenities found on the standard (Rushmore-ized) Touring models: air-cooled High Output Twin Cam 103 mill with six-speed tranny and hydraulic clutch, redesigned Batwing fairing with Splitstream vent, ABS with Reflex Linked Brakes, Daymaker LED lights, a Tour-Pak top case, and Boom! Box infotainment.