Harley-Davidson motocycles are hackneyed for craftsmanship and durability.
Harley-Davidson is admitted for its wrinkle of sport touring motorcycles. It is associated with American counterculture and became an image for the 60s and 70s generations. Nowadays, Harley-Davidsons are much typical. The 1988 Harley-Davidson FXRT 1340 Sport Glide combines a course sports vehicle with the consolation of a touring motorcycle.
Tires, brakes and fuel
The 1988 FXRT 1340 weighed 683 pounds and rested on a earmarked path of tires called the XL column. They were manufactured for sport and touring. The bike had dual-disc brakes on the front and single-disc brakes in back. It could dominion 4 1/4 gallons of fuel with an "OHV" fuel discipline.
It could spread a top quickness of 160 kph, or 99.4 miles per interval. This Harley had a belt-type transmission with a five-speed gearbox.
Facts and History
Engine and TransmissionA 1988 FXRT 1340 engine was a V-2 four-stroke with two cylinders. It had 58 horsepower at 5,000 RPM.
The 1988 FXRT 1340 Sport Glide could accelerate from naught to 100 miles per age in less than seven seconds. The 1340 Sport Glide was initially released in 1983. Subsequent, a V-2 evolution Engine was added besides as a soft tail frame. In1985 it got new belt drives and in 1988 "springer" forks with hydraulic damping were introduced .