Harley-Davidson introduced the models for 2017 season!!!

 

The main motorcycle of Harley-Davidson for season 2017, Milwaukee Eight, was published in the newspapers a few weeks ago.Although most attention was paid to the engine, a few things were forgotten to be mentioned.

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The main motorcycle of Harley-Davidson for season 2017, Milwaukee Eight, was published in the newspapers a few weeks ago.Although most attention was paid to the engine, a few things were forgotten to be mentioned.

First, all Touring models have a new suspension to improve the comfort, control and performance. The new rear shock absorbers soak for 15 to 30 percent more than previous models,and onli with help on a single button you can adjust before boarding the motorcycle.

“Now you can customize without the need for tools or air pump,” said Paul James, director of planning in Harley – Davidson. “Once you set it, then you will not have to re-adjust.”

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The front suspension consists of a new “Showa SDBV” technology that provides excellent performance and pressure.

You can purchase a number of components that enhance performance such as Stage I, II and III, for which Harley says it will increase the speed of even 24 percent.

For those who do not have much money, models “Custom Vehicle Operations” combine prestige and performance. CVO models have new “Milwaukee-Eight 114” engine with dual cooling.

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“CVO Street Glide” has audio system, changed view of the seat and fork that can be controlled by means of a security key.

“The CVO Pro Street Breakout” is equipped with the Twin Cam 110B, V-Twin engine with air cooling.

Harley-Davidson 500 street and 750 models have ABS brakes and “Smart Security System.”

 

MY17 CVO Street Glide. CVO. INTERNATIONAL ONLY

 

For cruisers, “Twin Cam 103” remains the default for all “Softail and Dyna” models except for series “Street Bob and S” that have “Twin Cam 110” engine.

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