Tuesday, August 9, 2011

2010 Harley-Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide pictures

Harley-Davidson Pictures, 1600 x 1200 pixels
2010 Harley-Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide

- The Harley-Davidson Wide Glide is new for 2010 and it is entirely reduced to a big V-Twin engine around which they’ve contoured the old-school chopper style. Inspired from its glorious past and looking towards the future, this Dyna model is a low, stretched-out custom with drag bars and forward foot controls that give its rider a real fists-in-the-wind profile. Also, the LED stop/turn/tail light combo and side-mounted license plate keep the chopped rear fender clean; so clean that no rebel out there will ignore it. NEW HARLEY-DAVIDSON® WIDE GLIDE® ROLLS WITH OLD-SCHOOL STYLE Wide Glide Model Returns with a Chopped Rear Fender, Black Trim and Tommy Gun Exhaust -

The 2010 Wide Glide is a new Harley-Davidson Dyna® model done up old-school chopper style – a low, stretched-out custom with forward foot controls that give its rider a real fists-in-the-wind profile. Its name-sake wide front end, black-wire sissy bar and available orange-to-yellow fade flames paint scheme might be hits from the bike-builder archives, but the LED stop/turn/tail light combo is new technology that keeps its chopped rear fender clean and uncluttered. The new Wide Glide is also priced to be a great value – call it affordable attitude.

The Wide Glide motorcycle is powered by a rubber-mounted Twin Cam 96™ V-Twin powertrain with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) that produces 92 ft. lbs. of peak torque at 3000 rpm. The engine is finished in black powdercoat with bright machined highlights on the cylinder fins and chrome-plated rocker and derby covers. The 6-Speed Cruise Drive® transmission features a new helical-cut fifth gear for smooth operation. Distinctive Dyna Wide Glide styling cues include an under-seat battery box, exposed rear shock absorbers, and a 4.7-gallon fuel tank with the speedometer mounted in the console.

Engine and Transmission
Engine: Air-cooled, Twin Cam 96™
Valves: Pushrod-operated, overhead valves with hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters; two valves per cylinder
Bore x Stroke: 3.75 in. x 4.38 in. (95.25 mm x 111.25 mm)
Displacement: 96 cu. in. (1584 cc)
Compression Ratio: 9.2:1
Fuel System: Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Air Cleaner: Fiberglass Media, washable
Lubrication System: Pressurized, dry-sump
Primary Drive: Chain, 34/46 ratio
Final Drive: Belt, 32/66 ratio
Clutch: Multi-plate, wet
Transmission: 6-Speed Cruise Drive®
Gear Ratios (overall): U.S.
• 1st 9.311
• 2nd 6.454
• 3rd 4.793
• 4th 3.882
• 5th 3.307
• 6th 2.790

Engine Torque (per SAE J1349):
• North America 92 ft. lbs. @ 3000 rpm (124.75 Nm @ 3000 rpm)
Lean Angle (per SAE J1168):
• Right: 28.4°
• Left: 31.9°
Fuel Economy (EPA urban/highway test): 35/54 mpg (6.72/4.36 L/100 km)

Chassis and Dimensions
Frame: Mild steel, tubular frame; rectangular section backbone; stamped, cast, and forged junctions; forged fender supports; MIG welded
Swingarm: Mild steel, rectangular tube sections, stamped junctions; MIG welded
Front Forks: 49 mm with polished aluminum fork triple clamp and dual-rate springs
Rear Shocks: Coil-over shock
Wheels: Black, Laced Steel
• Front: 21 in. x 2.15 in. (533.40 mm x 54.61 mm)
• Rear: 17 in. x 4.50 in. (431.80 mm x 114.30 mm)
• Caliper Type: 4-piston fixed front, and 2-piston torque-free floating rear
• Rotor Type (diameter x width): Patented, uniform expansion rotors (floating, front only)
• Front (floating): 11.80 in. x .20 in. (299.72 mm x 5.08 mm)
• Rear: 11.50 in. x .23 in. (292.10 mm x 5.84 mm)
Suspension Travel:
• Front Wheel: 5 in. (127.0 mm)
• Rear Wheel: 3.10 in. (78.74 mm)
Length: 94.0 in. (2387.60 mm)
Overall Width: 37.20 in. (944.88 mm)
Overall Height: 47.80 in. (1214.12 mm)
Seat Height:
• Laden: 25.50 in. (647.70 mm)
• Unladen: 26.70 in. (678.18 mm)
Ground Clearance: 4.20 in. (106.68 mm)
Rake (steering head): 34°
Fork Angle: 36°
Trail: 5.20 in. (132.08 mm)
Wheelbase: 68.30 in. (1734.82 mm)
Tires (Dunlop® Harley-Davidson Series, bias blackwall front and rear):
• Front – GT502 F 80/90-21 54V
• Rear – GT502: 180/60B17 75V
Fuel Capacity (warning light at approximately 0.9 gal.): 4.70 gal. (17.79 L)
Oil Capacity (w/filter): 3 qts. (2.84 L)
Transmission Capacity: 1 qts. (0.95 L)
Primary Chain (Case Capacity): 1 qts. (0.95 L)
• As Shipped: 647 lbs. (293.48 kg)
• In Running Order: 665 lbs. (301.64 kg)
• Gross Vehicle: 1085 lbs. (492.16 kg)
Weight Rating
• Gross Axle
Weight Rating:
• Front: 390 lbs. (176.90 kg)
• Rear: 695 lbs. (315.25 kg)

Battery (per Battery Council International Rating): Sealed, maintenance-free, 12V,19-amp/hour, 270 cca
Charging: Three-phase, 40-amp system (493W @ 13.5V, 2000 rpm, 540W max power @ 13.5V)
Starting: 1.2 kW electric with solenoid shift starter motor engagement
Lights (as per country regulation):
• Headlamp (quartz halogen): 55-watt low beam, 60-watt high beam
• Rear Turn Signal (Lights): Running Lamp: 9W Brake/Turn Lamp: 43W
• Rear Brake Light: Tail Lamp: 2.3W Brake Lamp: 4.4W
• Indicator Lamps: High beam, directional light bar, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, turn signals, security system (optional), 6-speed, low fuel warnings
Electric Power Outlet: Standard

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