Never has a Harley Touring given so much. Luxury, road racing, CVO excellence, and a new dimension of panache with the transplant of a new engine full of promise.
Huge, new, the Milwaukee Eight gives all its superb in this CVO 1870 Limited. This is the largest variation of this thruster. Baptized 114, it refers to its cubage in American measure. With us, its displacement is identified in cm3, and it goes up to 1868. We exceed 100 horses at the output of the crankshaft, and on the torque side, amateurs will be served. The M8 114 ci spits 16.8 mkg. A beef ! This is 1 mkg more than the previous 110 ci. On the performance side, it claims to be 8% faster to go from 0 to 100 km / h; and 12% to pulse from 100 to 130 km / h.
New block with 4 valves per cylinder, liquid cooled cylinder heads, greatly increased intake and exhaust flow, Assist clutch & Slip which reduces the effort on the lever by 7%, and a balance wheel which cancels 75% of vibrations at idle. Rest assured, the character and "good vibes" Harley are preserved. To learn more about the Milwaukee Eight engine, click here ->
Another notable change is the suspensions. Harley took an SDBV fork from Showa for more performance and consistency. The rear shocks abandon pneumatic technology for a proven emulsion. The preload is extended from 15 to 30% with a single hydraulic adjustment knob. No more tools and pump needed to adjust the rear damping; in addition announced as very stable over time.
It is no longer a ship or a queen but indeed an empress of the road. Imposing by its dimensions, its quality, its wealth of equipment, its price and its vocation, the CVO 1870 Limited brings together many superlatives of its microcosm.
The Electra 1745 Limited was already providing enough to make us salivate, especially since the developments of the Rushmore project. It therefore logically provides the CVO with fine pageantry such as the revised Batwing fairing with central air intake, the BOOM 6.5 GT multimedia station with GPS, touch screen and reading via USB, the passenger seat of good quality, coupled ABS Reflex, Daymaker headlights, suitcases and the improved tour Pak, cruise control, heated grips, locking of various elements by One-Touch button … Do not throw any more.
This is not enough for you … I agree. Considering the stifling price of the machine, you are entitled to demand more. Like this high quality painting with hand painted Thunderblade designs; or the heated saddle with dual control; and again the polished chrome wheels Contrast Chrome Slicer, the led lights, a selection of beautiful parts taken from the Harley catalog – The Airflow collection incorporates into the model heated grips combining black rubber and shiny chrome, a brake pedal and a shift lever. gears, rider and passenger footrests with additional gear and brake levers – and the BOOM multimedia center which offers some exclusives, only for this CVO Limited. GPS offers 3D landmarks, 3D drawings, and three software updates over five years – the amp outputs 75 watts instead of 25 per channel and 16 GB of storage is available in the Jukebox.
There was a surplus of equipment in 2016, with the appearance of tire pressure monitoring, which can be checked at any time on the instrument panel. A transponder key replaced the two remote controls and the indicators are LED. The pilot seat was revised in 2017 for more comfort.
Totally unreasonable, absolutely intoxicating, equipped with the luxury worthy of Swiss watches and flagship of the MoCo, the CVO 1870 Limited and its majestic Milwaukee Eight 114 take the crew far beyond the journey.
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CVO 1800 LIMITED FLHTKSE 2016
Model marketed in
medium: 5.50 l
about 170 km / h
The technical aspect
Harley-Davidson CVO 1870 LIMITED FLHTKSE 2017
- Tank: 22.7 liters
- Width: 1,090 mm
- Height: 1440 mm
- Wheelbase: 1,625 mm
- Dry weight: 414 kg
- Weight in running order: 431 kg
- Train before
- Secondary toothed belt transmission
- Rear axle
(102 x 114.3 mm)
at 5,250 rpm
at 3,250 rpm