Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Very sober colors for the Street GlideFLHXSEin 2020 ……. We are far from the explosion of striking colors in the first half of the decade. If this underlines less visually the exceptional side of this production, it is nothing once on its handlebars. The CVO department loves working on Street Glides. There have been almost every year for a decade. Luxury can be maintained – nothing is denied to a CVO. And she doesn’t deprive herself of anything either. The Street Glide is rolled over in Harley’s premium personalization exercise. Like last year, we can expect delicate and luxurious work. Beautiful parts, a supreme look, a majesty that only Custom Vehicle Operations can operate ……. Except that this Street Glide has a hell of a motor, much bigger than anything we have known in series at Harley . The Milwaukee Eight twin peaks at 117 ci, and it hits the jawbone.

The uppercut is now coached by a whole panoply of safeguards. The torque is important … It will no longer be confusing with the anti-dribble acting on the engine management and the 2-position traction control (Standard or Rain) which can be disconnected. These elements are part of RDRS, a set of technologies enhancing active safety. The pack also includes a hill start aid, a tire pressure monitoring system, braking coupled with a distribution according to the angle taken by the motorcycle and an ABS modulated in bends. Could we forget the 1923 cm3 Big Block? Surely not !

With its M8, Harley developed an engine for the ages to come. It is found in all Tourer and Softail, in 1745 or 1870 cc. They are affectionately nicknamed 107 ci or 114 ci, in connection with their American measuring systems. Here, the prestige pushes it in a version of 1923 cm3. Huge value, totally in line with the size and valuation of the machine.
Previously, CVO models were powered by Twin Cam’s strongest evolution, the 110 with 1,803cc of displacement. Now, the Milwaukee Eight Scream’in Eagle gargles in 120cc more, and its throat isn’t just belching vocals. This block sends 106 horsepower into the 6-speed gearbox, and the poor transmission will have to transfer almost 17 mkg of torque. So, affording a CVO is not just Harley’s best; he is also an American force of nature. Its cylinder heads are marked with a ‘Blaze Red’ band on the rocker covers to mark the prestigious side of this mechanism..

In the high-end department of MoCo, we apply a high quality decoration and painting. Wiser than usual, the Street Glide coat of arms is nonetheless beautifully crafted. The equipment is of course to match. The BOOM BOX touchscreen infotainment system is in its GTS version. The 6.5 inch color TFT touch screen is much more durable. Its contrast has been increased, as has the resolution. The multimedia system takes advantage of this development to gain in speed and simplicity, gains the Apple CarPlay app and an improved intercom system via home-made headsets. This ‘motorcycle entertainment’ is supported by a sound system made up of 3 4-channel amps terminated by six bi-amplified speakers. Auditorium guaranteed: the set balances no less than 900 watts of sound.
One might develop some anxiety about leaving their CVO alone. The worry is reduced with the new H-D Connect app. With the telephone network, the motorcycle can communicate with a smartphone and send it information: how much fuel is left, its mileage, other technical information, if the motorcycle is shaken or if brigands are taking it on board..

Intrepid ‘Fugitive’ rims mark the perimeter of this bagger, one of the most desirable in the Harley range. Items from the Kahuna collection are invited, such as the gear selector, brake pedal cover, muffler tips, heated grips and rider and passenger footrests.
Stifling, the price is not just a psychological barrier. It also means the definition of premium for a category of very informed amateurs..

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    Performances

    Max speed:
    about 170 km / h

  • Consumption
    medium: 6.10 l

The technical aspect

2020 Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE

  • Frame
  • Tank: 22.7 liters
  • Width: 960 mm
  • Height: 1345 mm
  • Wheelbase: 1,625 mm
  • Dry weight: 385 kg
  • Operating weight: 400 kg
  • Train before

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

  • Transmission
  • secondary by belt
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 1,923 cc
    (103.5 x 114.3 mm)
  • 106
    ch
    at 5,450 rpm
  • 16.90 mkg
    at 3,500 rpm

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exhaust
engine
fluid
electricity

filtration
braking
chain kit

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Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

Harley-Davidson CVO 1920 Street Glide FLHXSE 2020

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