It has a 6 speed manual transmission and a fuel injected v twin 2 cylinder engine. The fuel tank holds 5.0 gallons, with 34 miles per gallon in the city, 53 on the highway.
Sure, its air-cooled, 45-degree, pushrod V-twin engine looks much like its 88-cubic-inch Twin Cam predecessor, but the 07 now displaces 96 cubic inches (1,584cc) and is essentially a new engine.
The displacement increase was achieved by stroking it from 101.5 to 111.25mm (4.0 to 4.38 inches), while using the same 95.2mm bore. Only 18,100 miles. Perfect condition. Saddle blue and black. White walls and Vance and Hines Pipes.
While the Heritage Classic has no tachometer, H-D claims that the previous transmission turned 3,226 rpm at 75 mph in fifth gear, while in sixth gear the new tranny has the engine turning only 2,859 rpm.
On the highway, the 07 model definitely feels more relaxed and should be easier on fuel, though our test bike returned an unimpressive 37.1 mpg.
Located in Fresno, CA.
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