Best Performance Harley Davidson 72 Motorcycle

Although the Harley Seventy-Two taps in to that custom-motorcycle market of the 1970s, do not confuse the name with the era; The Seventy-Two name arrives from the legendary Route 72, or Whittier Boulevard, a widely known cruising street in Los Angeles.

This is the picture Harley-Davidson wishes to evoke with looks at its newest creation, the Seventy-Two.

The Motor Companies new creation was directly influenced by the chopper period, when minimal, low bikes were the coolest things on wheels. And do not forget those diner-vinyl upholstered gel seats.

First thing noticed on the top model is the Hard Sweet Giant Red Flake paint (the bicycle is also offered in Black Denim and Giant Blue Pearl). I tis sparkly affect is created after a long system. First find a black base coat, followed by a polyurethane method that carries hexagon-shaped flakes that are over seven times the diameter of metal flake used in typical production paint. Each flake is coated with a narrow aluminum film and then tinted red. applications of clear coat, combined with hand sanding, generate a smooth finish over the flakes.
Here are Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two Features:
 Powertrain is finished in Gray powdercoat with Chrome covers.
 Classic 2.1-gallon peanut fuel tank.
 Chrome, staggered, shorty dual exhaust with slash-cut mufflers.
 Ten-inch mini-ape handlebar mounted on a two-inch high riser.
 Air-cooled Evolution 1200cc V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), rated at 73 ft. lbs. peak torque at 3500 rpm.
 Paint color choices include Hard Candy Big Red Flake with period pinstripe details on fenders and fuel tank, Black Denim, and Big Blue Pearl.
 Forward foot controls.

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