How much horsepower does a Harley Softail have?

How much horsepower does a Harley Softail have?

78.00 HP

What is a 1997 Heritage Softail worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $14,975 $3,590
Options (Change)
Total Price $14,975 $3,590

What size engine is in a Softail?

Make Model Harley Davidson FXST/I Softail Standard
Engine Four stroke, 45° V-Twin, Twin Cam 88® vibration isolation-mounted Valves Pushrod-operated overhead valves; w/ hydraulic self-adjusting lifters; two valves per cylinder
Capacity 1449 cc / 88.4 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 95.3 x 101.6 mm
Cooling System Air cooled

What does Flstc stand for on Softail?


Acronym Definition
FLSTC Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic motorcycle model

What does Harley Fxst mean?

Harley-Davidson Softail Standard motorcycle model

What does Flsts mean?


Acronym Definition
FLSTS Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer motorcycle model

What is a Flsts Harley?

FLSTS stands for “Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer motorcycle model” How to abbreviate “Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer motorcycle model”? “Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer motorcycle model” can be abbreviated as FLSTS.

What are the different models of Harley Davidson motorcycles?

Models Overview

  • Harley-Davidson Street™ Models. Street™ 500. Street™ 750.
  • Sportster® Models. Iron 883™ SuperLow®
  • Dyna® Models. Low Rider. Fat Bob.
  • Softail® Models. Fat Boy® Fat Boy® Lo.
  • V-Rod® Models. Night Rod® Special. V-Rod Muscle®
  • Touring Models. Road King® Street Glide®
  • CVO™ Models. CVO™ Street Glide®
  • Trike Models. Freewheeler™

What is the most valuable Harley-Davidson?

Harley-Davidsons aren’t exactly the cheapest bikes on the block, but there’s only one on sale for $1.9 million, making it likely the most expensive new Harley on sale today.

What is a 1997 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic worth?


Suggested List Price Low Retail
Base Price $16,950 $2,685
Options (Change)
Total Price $16,950 $2,685

What was the last year Harley made a Springer?


Why do Harleys hold their value?

Your bike depreciates as soon as you buy it. That said, Harleys have a better depreciation rate than most motorcycles. Strong demand, limited availability, and reliability allow Harleys to depreciate slowly and command better resale prices.

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