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    lagi pengen blajar neh...maklum masih nubie - dan terkena recun dari temen2..mengenai montor harli..
    kira2 semacam sporster 883 gitu lah buat kelas pemula..
    ada yang bisa kasi masukan, saran2 gitu..??

    ntar dibagi cendol dah gann makasih gann

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    The Evolution Of A Harley-Davidson Legend
    Sportster : All New For 2004
    Four XL Models Feature All-New Chassis and Redesigned Engines

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    A view of the inner workings of the new Sportster driveline and the new rubber mounts.

    Blending 47 years of hot rod tradition with a host of technological updates, the Harley-Davidson Sportster platform is all-new for 2004. Since it was introduced in 1957 as a raw-boned, high-performance hot rod, the Sportster has become an icon on the American road, always evolving yet staying true to its roots.

    "The all-new 2004 Sportster artfully blends beautiful styling and exciting new technical features, yet retains the character that has been the soul of the Sportster family since 1957," said Bill Davidson, Harley-Davidson director of marketing, motorcycle product development. "This new motorcycle is narrow and agile in the Sportster tradition, but takes the Sportster family to a new level of performance and comfort."

    Four Sportster Models for 2004

    The 2004 Sportster family includes four models: the affordable and classic XL 883 Sportster 883, the sleek XL 883C Sportster 883 Custom, the powerful XL 1200C Sportster 1200 Custom, and the new and aggressive XL 1200R Sportster 1200 Roadster. Each is powered by a redesigned Sportster Evolution powertrain, now rubber-mounted in a new frame that is 26 percent stiffer than the previous Sportster frame, and features a lower seat height than previous Sportster models. Sixteen color choices will be available for 2004 Sportster models including standard, pearl and two-tone color schemes. Additionally, more than 180 Genuine Motor Parts & Accessories are available for new Sportster models, including Screamin' Eagle performance parts.

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    Famous American Rider editor, Buzz Buzzelli, road-testing the new Sportster.

    The New Evolution

    The XL Evolution V-Twin, that has powered the Sportster since 1986, is completely redesigned for 2004. The engine retains its traditional 45-degree cylinders, and the bore and stroke of the two engine models is unchanged, at 3.0 inches x 3.8 inches for the XL Evolution 883 and 3.5 inches x 3.8 inches for the XL Evolution 1200.

    To enhance engine cooling, new cylinders and heads have larger fins while new oil jets are directed at the bottom of both pistons. New pistons have an improved high-speed ring pack designed to help extend upper-end life. Lighter pistons and connecting rods boost the Evolution 1200 redline from 5500 rpm to 6000 rpm. Many engine covers and gaskets have been changed to improve sealing. A new timing system uses the flywheel to determine engine speed timing, reducing engine complexity and enhancing calibration and spark delivery. The traditional XL Evolution timing cover is retained for styling purposes.

    The XL Evolution 1200 engine has high-flow cylinder heads with an oil drain-back feature. The XL Evolution 1200 engine is also fitted with high-performance cams for enhanced torque output. Compression ratio is 9.7:1.

    The XL Evolution engines have also been restyled, with a new look for the primary, sprocket and derby covers and a new shape for the classic oval air cleaner cover. New two-piece rocker box covers set the Evolution engines apart. The exhaust cross-over pipe is now hidden behind the mufflers to provide an uninhibited view of this beautiful engine.

    The XL Evolution 883 engine is rated at 53 peak horsepower at 6000 rpm and 51 ft. lbs. of torque at 4300 rpm. The XL Evolution 1200 engine is rated at 70 peak horsepower at 6000 rpm and 79 ft. lbs. of torque at 3500 rpm, an increase of more than 15 percent over the previous XL Evolution 1200 engine.

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    2004 Sportster pushed through mountain corners.


    Rubber-Mounted for Comfort

    The updated XL Evolution engines are mated to a new frame with rubber engine mounts replacing the traditional Sportster rigid mounts. Rubber engine mounts isolate the rider from engine vibration at all speeds, improving long-distance comfort. The new twin-cradle, steel frame and swingarm were designed to deliver precise handling. Three stabilizer-links also connect the engine to the frame. The result is a new frame and powertrain combination that's 26 percent stiffer than that of previous Sportster models.

    The new frame locates both the battery and oil tank under the seat, with symmetrical covers on each side, a change that enhances styling and also permits a more comfortable riding position. The new oil tank has a push-button dipstick in a new location. In addition, the frame now incorporates a cylinder steering head lock. Seat height on Sportster Custom models is now just 26.3 inches, almost an inch lower than the seat on the 2003 883 Hugger model.

    The Sportster 883 Custom and Sportster 1200 Custom models feature a new 4.5-gallon fuel tank that offers more range and yet retains the "peanut" profile of the traditional 3.3-gallon Sportster tank. All 2004 Sportster models also have a wider rear fender covering a new 150mm rear tire that replaces the 130mm rear tire used on the 2003 models. A new braking system reduces initial lever effort and includes standard single front and rear disc brakes on all models except the Sportster 1200 Roadster, which has dual front disc brakes. New handgrips on all models are 1 1/8-inch diameter compared to 1-inch on previous models, to enhance comfort and to reduce the reach to hand controls. Finally, all new Sportster models are equipped with a serial BUS-type electrical system making the Harley-Davidson security systems available as an option on all 2004 Sportsters.

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    XL 883 Sportster 883

    With its redesigned engine and new chassis, the Sportster 883 sets a new standard for middleweight custom motorcycles. The lower seat height (27.3 inches), reduced clutch lever effort and rubber-mounted engine help make the Sportster 883 more comfortable and easier to ride, but its stiffer frame and enhanced brakes mean it still delivers the agile handling that is the heart and soul of a Sportster.

    XL 883 Sportster 883 features:
    Rubber-mounted XL Evolution 883 engine
    Lighter 883 clutch springs reduce lever effort by 25 percent
    Silver powder-coated engine with polished covers
    Low-rise handlebar
    Classic solo seat
    Chrome staggered shorty dual exhaust
    Mid-mount foot controls
    Classic-look 3.3-gallon fuel tank

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    XL 883C Sportster 883 Custom

    The bold new Sportster 883 Custom offers fresh, swept-back styling. The rubber-mounted engine and extra-low seat (just 26.3 inches) make this a bike you can ride all day. The new fuel tank holds 4.5-gallons yet retains the "peanut" profile of the traditional 3.3-gallon Sportster tank. Pull-back handlebars and a new swept-back riser, move the grips 1.5 inches further back, while new foot controls are also 1.5 inches back, compared to the 2003 model.

    XL 883C Sportster 883 Custom features:
    Rubber-mounted XL Evolution 883 engine
    Lighter 883 clutch springs reduce lever effort by 25 percent
    Silver powder-coated engine and covers
    Chrome pull-back handlebar riser
    Laced front wheel, disc rear wheel
    One-piece, two-up seat
    Forward foot controls
    New-look 4.5-gallon fuel tank

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    XL 1200R Sportster 1200 Roadster

    A new model designed to pay tribute to the no-nonsense style and performance of the original 1957 XL Sportster, the Sportster 1200 Roadster offers wide, polished handlebars, 13-spoke wheels and a timeless fuel tank design. Dual front disc brakes and tachometer are standard.

    XL 1200R Sportster 1200 Roadster features:
    Rubber-mounted XL Evolution 1200 engine
    High-compression, high-flow cylinder heads
    High-performance cams
    Silver powder-coated engine and covers with black powder-coated cylinders and heads
    Triple-disc brakes
    Tachometer
    13-spoke aluminum wheels
    Wide polished handlebar
    Classic-look 3.3-gallon fuel tank

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    XL 1200C Sportster 1200 Custom

    Long, lean and mean, the Sportster 1200 Custom was built to rule the street. The new 4.5-gallon fuel tank retains the classic "peanut" profile, and the new riser and pull-back handlebars lend a swept-back style. Handlebars and foot controls are 1.5 inches further back for 2004. The new Evolution 1200 rubber-mounted engine makes it more comfortable; a generous dose of chrome makes it stunning.

    XL 1200C Sportster 1200 Custom features:
    Rubber-mounted XL Evolution 1200 engine
    High-compression, high-flow cylinder heads
    High-performance cams
    Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
    Laced front wheel, slotted disc rear wheel
    Forward foot controls
    Chrome pull-back handlebar riser
    Chrome bullet headlight
    New-look 4.5-gallon fuel tank --

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    kalo mau ambil mending langsung ke roadking aja minimal.
    tar kalo udah maen juga dari sporster ke fatboy, trus ke roadking, ujungnya pasti ke ultra

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    hehe kegedean ga kang?? kayanya berat banget dah..dan lagi harganya masih 200an..
    iya denger2 sih biasanya ga lama di sportster trus ke fatboy... trus ke yang gede2 dah..


    dari bikernet lagi neh...
    DYNA GLIDE 2004

    New Fuel Tank Designs And Available EFI Highlight 2003 Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide Customs

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    Harley-Davidson continues to set the standard for factory custom style and performance with a four-model Dyna Glide line for 2004. For the first time, each Dyna Glide model will be offered with a choice of carburetor or electronic fuel injection on the 1450cc Twin Cam 88 V-Twin engine.

    New on all 2004 Dyna Glide models are restyled fuel tanks that are longer than the previous tanks. The restyled tanks are topped with new, full-length consoles. The ignition cover and electrical panel covers have also been redesigned.

    The EFI is a closed-loop system identical to that used on the Softail and Touring lines. It automatically adjusts for changes in air temperature and elevation, and offers fast, easy starts, hot or cold, with no choke. An idle air bypass system monitors engine speed and delivers a consistent idle that is scan-tool adjustable from 800 rpm to 1250 rpm. A knock-detection feature senses engine knock by monitoring ion sense, and retards spark to protect the engine should knock occur. A heat-management system automatically adjusts the engine speed and fuel delivery rate to help the engine run cooler and enhance rider comfort, especially when the bike is operating at low speeds or in a stop-and-go situation. A new returnless fuel system reduces fuel lines from two to one. EFI-equipped engines offer outstanding driveability in all environmental conditions, yet retain the traditional Harley-Davidson Big Twin sound.

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    FXD/I Dyna Super Glide

    An outstanding value, the FXD Super Glide is priced to make extensive customization an affordable option. Its traditional custom styling offers a clean canvas on which the owner can exercise his or her imagination with Harley-Davidson Genuine Parts and Accessories. Of course, you can just enjoy it the way we built it.

    FXD/I Dyna Super Glide features:
    Vibration-isolated Twin Cam 88 engine
    Silver powder-coated engine and polished covers
    Top-mounted speedometer
    New style fuel tank and console
    Cast aluminum wheels

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    FXDX/I Dyna Super Glide Sport

    The FXDX Dyna Super Glide Sport offers a tough, competition-inspired style in the custom profile, with alloy wheels, black-on-black engine, chrome exhaust, and sport suspension. The Super Glide Sport offers nimble backroads agility and excellent lean angle capability.

    FXDX/I Dyna Super Glide Sport features:
    Vibration-isolated Twin Cam 88 engine
    Black-on-black engine and covers
    Low sport seat
    Triple-disc brakes
    Premium adjustable sport suspension
    Top-mounted speedometer and tachometer
    Black headlight and instrument trim
    Alloy spoke wheels

    (The FXDXT Dyna Super Glide T-Sport has been discontinued for 2004.)

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    FXDL/I Dyna Low Rider

    The FXDL Dyna Low Rider offers a long, low profile with a raked out fork--styling that's favored by many riders. Its 25.2-inch seat height, easy-to-reach pull-back bars, mid-mount foot controls and a low center of gravity make it a great choice for shorter riders, but this is a bike any rider will enjoy.

    FXDL/I Dyna Low Rider features:
    Vibration-isolated Twin Cam 88 engine
    Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
    Low-profile suspension
    Low-slung custom seat
    Raked-out fork
    Pull-back handlebars
    Mid-mount foot controls
    Tank-mounted speedometer and tachometer
    Frame-mounted highway pegs (not available in all markets)

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    FXDWG/I Dyna Wide Glide


    The FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide is a practical interpretation of the classic California custom chopper, from its raked fork and laced, 21-inch front wheel to the Bobtail rear fender and stepped seat with sissy bar. The new style fuel tank and console greatly enhance the look of the 2004 model.

    FXDWG/I Dyna Wide Glide features:
    Vibration-isolated Twin Cam 88 engine
    Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
    Wide, raked-out fork
    21-inch laced front wheel
    Ape-hanger handlebar
    Bobtail rear fender
    Stepped, chopper seat
    Chrome sissy bar with backrest
    Forward foot controls
    Large, tank-mounted speedometer --

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    semua juga berat, tapi kalo udah jalan sih ok lah.
    beneran, minimal ambil fatboy lah.
    nih temen ada yang mau jual roadking anniversary, tapi kosong.

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    hmm ya ini makanya jadi pikir2 dulu kang pengennya sih ada surat..males pusing2an polisi nya sih..
    duitnya kaga ada kalo sampe 200an

    bikernet lagi..
    MILWAUKEE (August 12, 2003) - Some ideas never go out of style. Inspired by the classic design cues introduced on bikes like the 1936 Harley-Davidson EL, the 2004 Harley-Davidson Softail family retains the clean profile of the vintage hardtail frame in a variety of custom and classic styles.

    Each of the six 2004 Softail models utilizes a frame with the classic hardtail style while offering a modern, comfortable ride thanks to hidden horizontal shocks. To maintain the classic hardtail look, the 1450cc Twin Cam 88B engine is rigid-mounted in the frame. The engine is equipped with internal balance shafts that eliminate 90 percent of primary vibration for a smooth, comfortable ride. The Twin Cam 88B engine is available with a carburetor or Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection on all Softail models. Softail models are offered in 13 solid and two-tone colors for 2004.

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    FXSTS/I Springer Softail

    The only motorcycle on the market today sporting a classic springer fork, the FXSTS Springer Softail gets a new attitude for 2004 with a wider, flatter handlebar and a low, smooth Badlander seat with subtle top-stitching. The Bobtail rear fender and laced 21-inch front wheel complete the look that's a little edgier than before.

    FXSTS/I Springer Softail features:
    Rigid-mount, Twin Cam 88B balanced engine
    Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
    New handlebars
    Chrome springer forks
    Laced wheels
    Chrome tank console, rear fender supports, oil tank and air cleaner
    Low, smooth Badlander seat

    NOTE:The FLSTS Heritage Springer model has been discontinued for 2004.

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    FXSTD/I Softail Deuce

    Long and clean, the FXSTD Softail Deuce gives the classic hardtail profile a distinctly modern twist. The stretched out fuel tank and console are the key elements on this bike. The clipped rear fender and chromed fork finish the job.

    FXSTD/I Softail Deuce features:
    Rigid-mount, Twin Cam 88B balanced engine
    Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
    Stretched fuel tank
    Low, smooth Badlander seat
    Chrome forks
    Chrome risers with flat-track handlebars
    Chrome fender supports with hidden hardware
    Chrome full-length tank console
    Laced 21-inch front wheel, disc rear wheel with 160mm tire
    Clipped rear fender
    Recessed tail light

    04_FXSTBI_R

    FXSTB/I Night Train

    For the rider who's partial to black, the FXSTB Night Train is as dark as night, black as coal. Chose Vivid Black or new Lava Red Sunglo paint on the tank and fenders, accented by wrinkle-black trim on the engine covers and a black tank console, air cleaner, oil tank and rear fender support. The chrome pipes look even brighter surrounded by all that black trim. A new three-dimensional tank emblem is only available on the Night Train.

    FXSTB/I Night Train features:
    Rigid-mount, Twin Cam 88B balanced engine
    Black powdercoated engine with wrinkle-black and texture-black covers
    Laced 21-inch front wheel, 16-inch disc rear wheel
    Low, smooth Badlander seat
    Drag bars on six-inch risers
    Black tank console, air cleaner, oil tank and rear fender supports
    Three-dimensional tank emblem

    04_FXSTI_R

    FXST/I Softail Standard

    The FXST Softail Standard delivers the basics of the classic hardtail style in an affordable package an owner can make his or her own through customization. Harley-Davidson builds the bike. You finish the interpretation.

    FXST/I Softail Standard features:
    Rigid-mount, Twin Cam 88B balanced engine
    Silver powder-coated engine
    Laced wheels
    Bobtail rear fender
    Black horseshoe oil tank

    04_FLSTFI_R

    FLSTF/I Fat Boy

    Big and burly and still king of the boulevard, the FLSTF Fat Boy is one of the most desired motorcycles on earth. Deep fenders, chunky rubber, a big headlight and those wide handlebars combine to cut a broad path wherever the Fat Boy rolls.

    FLSTF/I Fat Boy features:
    Rigid-mount, Twin Cam 88B balanced engine
    Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
    Fat FL forks
    Solid disc front and rear wheels
    Floorboards
    FL rear fender
    Seven-inch headlight with chrome fork nacelle

    04_FLSTCI_R

    FLSTC/I Heritage Softail Classic

    With a look that's a flashback to the Eisenhower era, the FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic will shimmer in the lights of the drive-in. Sporting studded leather saddlebags and seat trim, detachable windshield, passing lamps, full skirted FL fenders and high touring handlebars, you'll be cruising.

    FLSTC/I Heritage Softail Classic features:
    Rigid-mount, Twin Cam 88B balanced engine
    Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
    Detachable king-size Lexan windshield
    Leather saddlebags with quick-release buckles
    Passenger backrest
    Touring handlebars
    Full FL front fender with chrome accents
    Chrome passing lamps
    Chrome hub cover
    Chrome plated directional light bar

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    kang eri diem aja neh..??? mana fatboy nya ???? motor bagus2 disumputin terus :smt033

    dari baggersmag neh...

    Road Test: Harley-Davidson's '04 XL1200C Sportster
    Harley-Davidson's '04 XL1200C Sportster

    With all the hoopla surrounding Harley-Davidson's 100th anniversary last year, it did not come as a complete surprise that the Motor Company had little to offer riders by way of earth-shattering technology or new motorcycles. This left us wondering what it had up its sleeves to kick off the first year of its second century in business. We got our answer when we reported back in the January '04 issue of HOT ROD BIKES -- the major change to the '04 model line was aimed straight at the Sportster family. Wondering why such a monumental change was made to a family of bikes which only makes up about 20 percent of all Harleys sold, prompted us to look a little deeper and find out why.



    Since the Sportster was introduced back in 1957, just under 787,000 of the stripped-down machines have been produced in varying styles. The bike has undergone design changes on the average of every four to five years, although nothing compared to this year's major redesign. Of the 57,000 or so Sportsters sold last year, 75 percent of them were sold to buyers who were purchasing their first Harley-Davidson. When surveyed by the Motor Company, 95 percent of Sportster owners reported they planed on buying another Harley in the future. Considering most of us would come to the conclusion that the next bike a Sportster owner would purchase would be some type of Big Twin, it would only make sense for Harley to design and build a better Sportster to bring more people to the brand and keep them there.






    This is not to say that the '03-and-earlier models were bad bikes, quite the contrary, but they do have some drawbacks. The main one being vibrations transmitting from the solid-mounted engine, through the frame and controls, eventually finding their way to the rider.

    Back in the fall of 2003, we had the chance to try out the new Sportsters as we, along with some other motorcycle journalists, put a total of about 200 miles on a variety of models, including the 883, the 883C, the 1200R, and the 1220C.

    For testing purposes, we checked out a 1200 Custom, riding it as our everyday motorcycle. The bike performed commuting duty on the heavily congested Southern California freeway system, made multiple trips to local establishments, as well as a few leisurely rides on the coast, mixed in with adrenaline-pumping rides through the local canyons.

    The first thing you notice with the new bike is that although it has been totally redesigned, it still maintains its heritage as a narrow, nimble machine ready to carry its hot-rod tradition well into the future.


    By far, the two main changes to the bike this year are the new motor and the completely redesigned frame built to carry the Buell-born 1200 (73.4ci) 45-degree V-twin. In an effort to make the bike more comfortable to allow for easy all-day cruising, a decision was made to come up with a more powerful motor that would be able to provide smoother delivery of available horsepower and torque to the rear wheel. H-D's engineering staff needed to look no further than last year's new Buell XB motor platform. With a few exceptions, the motors are identical.

    In a major departure from previous Sportster models, the '04 engine and transmission are rubber-mounted to the frame. With technology and experience gained over the years, designers came up with a system which uses rubber isolators with differing degrees of stiffness to come up with just the right combination to provide for both comfort and handling. In addition to the isolators are a series of three dog bone-shaped stabilizer links (complete with rubber isolators) designed to allow the powerplant to move in a radial motion, while keeping sideways flexing of the frame to a minimum.

    Knowing that the smoother motor would translate into riders pushing the bike both longer and harder, numerous improvements have been incorporated into the motor to help it keep up with those demands. Advances such as piston oiling jets, increased oil capacity, and larger cooling fins surrounding the cylinders all help in keeping the operating temperatures within limits. Other engine modifications include lighter pistons, connecting rods, and piston pins, a new crankshaft speed sensor which manages engine timing, new high-flow ported heads, redesigned camshafts, new two-piece rocker box covers, and a one-piece tappet cover. All of these changes result in a powerful motor with a 9.7:1 compression ratio capable of producing 79 lb-ft of torque at 3,500 rpm, and 70 hp at the 6,000 rpm redline, when measured at the crank.

    Visually, the 1200C's motor looks stunning with its black powdercoated cases, cylinders, and heads, which contrast nicely with the polished fins, chrome cam, and primary covers, as well as the chrome rocker boxes. Viewing the motor from the pipe side reveals a welcome change: the old crossover pipe, which used to hide a good portion of the cylinders, has been replaced by a new crossover similar to the one used on a Dyna, hidden behind the mufflers. Taking advantage of the new cleaned-up side of the engine is a redesigned chrome air cleaner complete with a Sportster 1200 logo.

    The bike's overall 90.3-inch length and 60.4-inch wheelbase is supported by a 21-inch laced front wheel and a 16-inch chromed slotted disc wheel fit with a beefy looking Dunlop D401 150/80B1671H. The new Nissin four-piston brake calipers do a very good job bringing the 554-pound (dry) machine to a sure and predictable stop with very little lever effort.

    Making the bike more attractive to riders of smaller stature is a seat height of 26.3 inches (with a 180-pound rider), and a redesigned oil tank fit with a flush-mount cap/dipstick, making for a narrower width below the seat and translating into a more comfortable seating position. Smaller diameter 1-1/8-inch grips make reaching the clutch lever, which requires less effort than before, much easier. The bars are finished off with a single handlebar-mounted electronic speedo and indicator lights. A new electronics package is incorporated into the Sportster, allowing for a better diagnostics package in addition to an optional factory security system.




    The cosmetic package on our 1200C includes a Luxury Teal/Brilliant Silver two-tone paintjob that conceals the redesigned 4.5-gallon fuel tank, a departure from the traditional peanut tank. The tank is trimmed out with a top-mounted chrome strip which incorporates the filler and beautiful teal script-style Harley-Davidson markings on both sides of the tank.

    No matter where we rode the bike, it performed even better than advertised. The motor delivered far more power and torque than we were used to from any of the earlier Sportsters (although the particular one we had was very cold blooded, once it got up to operating temp we had no complaints). The new stiffer frame design (26 percent) coupled with the rubber-mounted engine provided a very different experience than we had ever had on a Sportster. We could actually feel the interaction between the tires and the asphalt, whereas in the past, engine vibrations masked this.

    The 1200 Custom comes with an MSRP of $9,845, certainly not cheap, but still very affordable. Considering how well the bike performs, we feel it is a very good value. Add to that the beautiful styling, and we are convinced that Harley has come up with a big winner.

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    memang kalau buat pengenalan, dan emang bisa milih sih, Sportster 883 pilihan yang baik, karena mungkin perlu adaptasi dengan berat dan cara handling motornya..heheh

    selain itu yang harus diketahui, mesin harley puanas lhoooo heheh, jadi kalau kena macet di jalan berasa di sauna hahaha, tapi kalau pas keujanan, uenak jadi angeettt

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    Sebenarnya disesuaikan dengan pengennya sih oom, tapi kalau memang duitnya ada, dicobain aja semuanya hahahaha....

    Kalau emang cuma dipake weekend, puter2 jakarta dan turing ke luar kota, sampe ke jawa, bali atau seluruh nusantara, paling cocok Ultra deh, sebab emang dia peruntukannya untuk turing.

    Kalau mau pake tiap hari yang mau ngga mau harus nyelip2, paling cocok sportster dah, tapi jangan salah sportster ada juga yang enak buat turing dan rebah2an di jalan, namanya XR1200, katanya handling udah kayak motor jepang

    Nah di tengah antara ke dua tipe itu, ada softail dan dyna, ini peruntukannya bisa buat turing atau daily use, ga terlalu berat dan ga terlalu kecil....

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    hehe duit sih ada aja tp pengen beli rumah, masa beli maenan terus..tp udah rada bosen sama mobil..
    wah males dah rebah2an dijalan pelan2 aja santai dah...
    iya knalpotnya deket betis tuh..kesenggol korengan dah :smt033 :smt033

    itu mesin sportster mulai 2004 banyak penyempurnaan om, cooling systemnya, rem gede2, sama rubber mounted engine..harusnya lebih enak ya 2004 keatas

 

 
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