Should You Buy a New Harley Davidson

Nov 10, 2007 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Car Junky

You may think that purchasing a new motorcycle is as easy as simply picking a model, going to the nearest dealer and paying for it. via Car Junky

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Since: Aug 12

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#618 Aug 9, 2012
Irover wrote:
Don't forget, what you get is not what you
can ride! Once you pay the sticker price,
you'll need a new EFI unit, air cleaners, and
pipes. That is before the chromeosexual add-ons!
I agree.
Suzuki

La Farge, WI

#619 Sep 3, 2012
Ray wrote:
<quoted text>no thanks. i will stick with the american icon. i like to keep my money in my own country. i will not pour money into another countries ecomomy, just seems unamerican to me.
Most of the Jap bikes are assembled in the US, not to mention sold and serviced by Americans. In fact, the Honda Goldwing, up until a few years ago was completely built in the US, using more US parts than H-D. Harley still uses bits and pieces of their motorcycles from manufactures over seas. Playing the "unAmerican" card, is just plain ignorant!
Dale

Perth, Australia

#621 May 12, 2013
Why make em so loud,
Darth Maul

Jersey City, NJ

#622 May 15, 2013
Ray wrote:
<quoted text>no thanks. i will stick with the american icon. i like to keep my money in my own country. i will not pour money into another countries ecomomy, just seems unamerican to me.
News Flash. Harleys are not American made.
Darth Maul

Jersey City, NJ

#623 May 15, 2013
Dale wrote:
Why make em so loud,
Loud pipes saves lives.
boxcar

Albuquerque, NM

#624 May 15, 2013
Am on my 10th Harley, 2003 Screamin' Eagle
1984 EVO was still ran strong after 20yrs, 100K when it showed a little blowby oil thru breather. Hated to sell it but cost me $7K-$5K =$2K or $100/year
Fastest bike I owned was a 1981 XR-1000 I donated to BOTT for Bartel's 1987 race season. Won its 1st race by over 2 Minutes!
Tom Sharp, the rider said it was better than he was. Heads/Carbs/Intake done by Branch FlowMetrics to achieve max. torque at any RPM
Tom said he could "miss a shift" and still pass guys either side
Speed in 170s but it got there in a hurry, like right NOW

“Down in the Bayou”

Since: Apr 08

Vancleave Mississippi

#625 Jun 4, 2013
boxcar wrote:
Am on my 10th Harley, 2003 Screamin' Eagle
1984 EVO was still ran strong after 20yrs, 100K when it showed a little blowby oil thru breather. Hated to sell it but cost me $7K-$5K =$2K or $100/year
Fastest bike I owned was a 1981 XR-1000 I donated to BOTT for Bartel's 1987 race season. Won its 1st race by over 2 Minutes!
Tom Sharp, the rider said it was better than he was. Heads/Carbs/Intake done by Branch FlowMetrics to achieve max. torque at any RPM
Tom said he could "miss a shift" and still pass guys either side
Speed in 170s but it got there in a hurry, like right NOW
too funny..harleys suck and you know it...sso slow they can't get out of their own way...lol

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