Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

One of the manufacturer’s most emblematic machines. Its timeless design, perfectly identified with the interpretation of a Harley, crosses time without taking a wrinkle or an ounce of variation.
Till today. This piece of stylistic marble and steel patting history did not resist a designer daring. The Fat Boy is even more Fat, and his forehead is now more neo than retro..

We had to dare. And Harley dared. The facies of this Fat Boy will shake more than one. Always flipped, the lighthouse clearly switches to modernism. With a faint souvenir of Suzuki VZR 1800 Intruder. A breath of impertinence that only touched the crotch, leaving the entire silhouette in its comfortable wadding of conformism. A zest all the same for the rims, strong with an American muscle-car style. Its tires get monstrous: 240 at the rear, and a 160 at the front – the widest ever on a production H-D. Once a Terminator mount, the Fat Boy looked best in Fast & Furious.

An effrontery that the motorcycle can fully assume by the transplant of the Milwaukee Eight engine. With 1745 cm3, the cylinders can widely distribute large torque. More than 14.8 mkg strive to martyr the rear gommard, brought to 240 mm wide (+ 40 mm). This is not less than 2 mkg of gained since the Twin Cam 103. Perhaps the purists will cough knowing that 4 valves stir per cylinder. But this modern block, designed to last / evolve, will bring a smile to use. For a few more tickets, the 114 ci can be installed as an option..

Fat Boy at heart and Softail in technique. As a result, the machine benefits from the big evolution made by Harley. The frame, redesigned, reinforced and lightened, requires 50% less parts and 22% less welds. Lighter of almost 6 kilos, it is especially stiffer by 65%. This ultimately leads to overall chassis stiffness improved by 34%.
A better for heading, enhanced by the new suspensions. The rear is completely revised with a single shock absorber (with easy adjustment of the preload) while the front recovers the fork of the Touring models. To conclude, and taking the opposite of its name, the new generation Fat Boy loses weight. Technical developments will have removed 16 kilos.

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    Model marketed in

    2018
    2019
    2020

    Performances

    Max speed:
    about 160 km / h

  • Consumption
    medium: 5.50 l

The technical aspect

2019 Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB

  • Frame
  • Tank: 18.9 liters
  • Width: 972 mm
  • Height: 1,107 mm
  • Wheelbase: 1,665 mm
  • Dry weight: 304 kg
  • Weight in running order: 317 kg
  • Train before

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

  • Transmission
  • Secondary toothed belt transmission
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 1,745 cc
    (100 x 111.1 mm)
  • 87
    ch
    at 5,020 rpm
  • 14.80 mkg
    at 3000 rpm

Detached pieces

exhaust
engine
fluid
electricity

filtration
braking
chain kit

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Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

Harley-Davidson 1745 SOFTAIL FAT BOY FLFB 2019

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