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specs sheet

model:
harley-davidson flstsb softail cross bones
year:
2008
engine and transmission
displacement:
1573.25 ccm (96.00 cubic inches)
engine type:
v2, four-stroke
torque:
114.98 nm (11.7 kgf-m or 84.8 ft.lbs) @ 3100 rpm
compression:
9.2:1
bore x stroke:
95.3 x 111.3 mm (3.8 x 4.4 inches)
fuel system:
injection. electronic sequential port fuel injection (espfi)
cooling system:
air
gearbox:
6-speed
transmission type, final drive:
belt
clutch:
multi-plate with diaphragm spring in oil bath
fuel consumption:
4.35 litres/100 km (23.0 km/l or 54.07 mpg)
greenhouse gases:
100.9 co2 g/km. (co2 – carbon dioxide emission)
exhaust system:
vance & hines competition series 2-into-1
chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels
rake (fork angle):
32.0°
front tyre dimensions:
mt90-b16
rear tyre dimensions:
200/55-r17
front brakes:
single disc
rear brakes:
single disc
physical measures and capacities
dry weight:
317.5 kg (700.0 pounds)
weight incl. oil, gas, etc:
334.3 kg (737.0 pounds)
seat height:
767 mm (30.2 inches) if adjustable, lowest setting.
overall length:
2,299 mm (90.5 inches)
ground clearance:
124 mm (4.9 inches)
wheelbase:
1,638 mm (64.5 inches)
fuel capacity:
18.92 litres (5.00 gallons)
other specifications
starter:
electric
color:
bmw marrakesch braun
parts & accessories
handlebar:
road 6 customs 12″ z-bar
seat:
custom 2″ brass springs
rear fender 1:
fat boy (chopped) + rocket bobs struts
turn signals (rear fender 1):
xenolen othello
rear fender 2:
cross bones (chopped)
turn signals (rear fender 2):
n/a
number plate side mount:
custom
oil tank:
ultima round tank

our second bike design project started off with a 2008 softail cross bones (flstsb). work started with txus from biker store 1903 in madrid and is being completed by charlie from iron cycles, also in madrid.

the idea is to achieve what we couldn´t with the rocket queen project. having a softail frame, a springer front end and a 200mm rear tyre, would make things a lot easier to end up with the desired old school bobber style.

one of the key features of this project is that we will count with different rear end options made available by a number of easily interchangeable rear fenders to be able to ride different styles for different occasions, including a configuration with detachable bags and sissy bar systems.

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