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Author Topic: FXR2 - FXR3 STD.EQUIPT.  (Read 7239 times)

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« on: March 10, 2005, 01:34:01 AM »


Harley is in a unique position this year. An assembly line at their York, PA, plant that once produced Rotax-powered British military motorcycles has opened up (the contract with the British military expired this year), and H-D is thinking of ways to use this line. Not large enough to pump out enough Big Twins to help offset demand, the line looks like a great place to produce limited edition specialty motorcycles, say 900 or so a year. Essentially the FXR2 and FXR3 are experiments. If they sell well and are profitable, Harley may continue with different special edition models. Perhaps a Dyna Glide Sport next year?

The FXR2 and FXR3 offer the popular FXR frame housing an Evo motor within the three-point rubber mounting, as well as a large number of Genuine Harley accessories that H-D claims would make the bikes cost thousands more if added separately. The FXR2 comes with a Badlander seat, a mini-rail sissy bar, new chrome-plated fork sliders, and a chrome swingarm. The FXR3 comes with new accessories like custom cast wheels and matching five-spoke floating rotors and rear belt sprocket. Both the FXRs will offer plenty of chrome, over 23 different chrome accents added throughout. The FXR2 comes in factory variants of red and blue. The FXR3 is emblazoned with flames over blue and green paint schemes.

FXR fans be forewarned: The Motor Company plans to make only 900 of each and that's it, never more for the venerable FXR frame. Fin, Finito, Nie Wiede. The suggested retail price for the FXR2 is $16,995. Suggested retail price for the FXR3 is $17,995. If you're interested fill out that credit application today because they won't be around tomorrow.

FXR2 and FXR3 Standard Accessory List
Badlander Custom Seat
Billet foot pegs, wide band, small diameter
Billet shifter peg, wide band
Chrome 16-inch slotted rear wheel
Chrome 21-inch laced front wheel
Chrome and rubber horizontal grips
Chrome belt sprocket cover
Chrome carburetor top
Chrome Dome timer cover
Chrome floating brake disc, front and rear
Chrome front axle nut covers
Chrome fuel tank trim panel
Chrome hand control levers
Chrome handlebar
Chrome handlebar switch housings
Chrome instrument housing
Chrome license plate bracket
Chrome lower fork sliders
Chrome master cylinder cover
Chrome mini-rail sissy bar
Chrome sissy bar plates
Chrome voltage regulator
Chrome-plated swingarm
Classic chrome head-bolt covers
Classic chrome spark plug covers
Custom handlebar clamp
Detachable seat hardware
Flat-lens turn signals, front and rear
Harley-Davidson caliper insert, 1.37 inch diameter
Harley-Davidson caliper insert, 1.75 inch diameter
Mini-rail upright passenger backrest pad
Oval Bar and Shield billet-style mirrors
Profile low rear suspension
Pyramid axle adjusters
Stainless steel braided brake line, front and rear.

FXR3 Additional Accessories
New custom front fender
New custom side covers
Two-tone paint with flames
ThunderStar five-spoke cast wheels
Floating brake rotors to match ThunderStar wheels
Chrome upper and lower triple clamps
New custom style seat
Short rail upright passenger backrest
Chrome 5-spoke rear belt sprocket
« Last Edit: March 11, 2005, 01:40:08 AM by mfgreen »


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Re: FXR2 - specs
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2005, 01:25:27 AM »

Harley-Davidson FXR2 (CVO Model)
Engine configuration: Air-cooled, 45 degrees
Valve arrangement: OHV; 1 intake, 1 exhaust valve; pushrods, hydraulic adjusters
Displacement, bore x stroke: 1340cc, 88.8 x 108.0mm
Compression ratio: 8.5:1
Minimum fuel grade: 87 octane
Carburetion: 1, 40mm carb
Lubrication: Dry sump
Transmission: Wet clutch, 5 speeds
Final drive: Belt
Wet weight: 611 lb
Seat height: 25.5 in.
Wheelbase: 63.1 in.
Overall length: 92.8 in. Rake/trail: 31 degrees / 5.7 in.
Front tire: MH90-21
Rear tire: 130/90B-16
Average range: 189 miles (45.0 mpg x 4.2 gal.)
Top-Gear Acceleration from 50 mph, Terminal Speed after 200 yards: 66.3 mph
Quarter-mile acceleration: 14.32 sec., 90.3 mph


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