What engine is in a 2010 Road Glide?

What engine is in a 2010 Road Glide?

Twin Cam 96
2010 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Custom & Dyna Wide Glide – First Ride!

TYPE Air-cooled Twin Cam 96
**DISPLACEMENT, BORE X STROKE ** 1584cc, 95.25mm x 111.252mm
**VALVE TRAIN ** Pushrod-operated overhead valves; 2 per cylinder
**COMPRESSION ** 9.2:1

Is 2010 Road Glide fuel injected?

The Twin Cam 96™ V-Twin engine features Harley-Davidson Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) that delivers crisp response, easy starting cold or hot, and self-adjusts to changing elevation and atmospheric conditions.

How much HP is a Road Glide?

100 HP
The American-made Milwaukee-Eight® 114 lays down 100 HP and 119 lbs-ft of torque, with the perfect exhaust note ensuring your presence is known. The Road Glide Special is loaded from the factory, Reflex™ Linked Brembo® Brakes With Standard ABS, Boom!

How much is a 2010 Road Glide?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $19,679 $13,295
Options (Add)
Total Price $19,679 $13,295

What size motor does a 2010 Street Glide have?

HARLEY DAVIDSON Street Glide 2010 – 2011 At its heart lies an air-cooled, 1584cc, Twin Cam 96 V-twin powerhouse paired to a six-speed manual transmission with Cruise Drive, and can produce 126 Nm of torque at 3500 rpm.

What size motor is in a 2010 Harley Davidson Street Glide?

What year did the Road Glide get fuel injection?

2007 – EFI for All and a Bigger Better Twin Cam Bowing to ever stricter smog laws, every Twin Cam powered bike for 2007 got electronic fuel injection.

How much horsepower does a 117 cubic inch Harley have?

Harley-Davidson Milwaukee-Eight engine

The Milwaukee-Eight engine 117 (2019)
Manufacturer Harley-Davidson
Predecessor Twin Cam
Class V-Twin
Power 81hp 107ci, 86hp 114ci @Rear Wheel.

What engine is in the Road Glide?

Milwaukee-Eight® 107 V-Twin engine.

What is a 2009 Road Glide worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $19,249 $11,945
Options (Add)
Total Price $19,249 $11,945

Does a 2010 Street Glide have cruise control?

Each weighs just over 800 pounds and suggested retail prices start at about $18,000 and 19,000. Both come with a sound system, and cruise control is standard on one. In a sense you can think of them as light heavyweights for cross-country touring. 2010 Harley-Davidson Street Glide in action.

How much is a Harley Davidson 2010 Street Glide worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $20,089 $12,910
Options (Add)
Total Price $20,089 $12,910

How Fast Is Road Glide?

Top Speed: 105 mph (Est.)

How much does a 2009 Harley Davidson Road Glide weigh?

The Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide model is a Touring bike manufactured by Harley-Davidson . In this version sold from year 2009 , the dry weight is 355.0 kg (782.6 pounds) and it is equipped with a V2, four-stroke motor.

What kind of bike is the 2010 Harley-Davidson Street Glide?

2010 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide. Picture credits – Harley-Davidson. Submit more pictures. More pictures… The redesigned Street Glide® is a bagger with hot-rod soul, with minimal trim and chrome, lowered suspension, and black slotted aluminum wheels. Inspired by the street, but still ready for the long road.

Is the 2010 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Custom a shark-nose classic?

Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Among Harley’s nine all new 2010 models, we find the Road Glide Custom a much more aggressive approach towards the shark-nose Harley-Davidson classic style.

What is a Harley-Davidson Road Glide?

The Road Glide Custom model is built on the innovative Touring chassis introduced by Harley-Davidson in 2009, based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders and today’s more-powerful engines.

How does the 2010 Roadie look compared to previous years?

So…Six weeks and 1,400 miles into a 2010 Roadie, and here’s what I can tell you…Looks awesome; BIG improvement over previous years…Little details like the fillers between the bags and the rear fender, the LED’s on the stretched rear fender, the “slammed rear end and the bigger front wheel Read Full Review