Harley Davidson FLT 1340 Harley Davidson

FLT 1340, 1981 - model of motorcycle produced by Harley Davidson. FLT 1340, 1981 received many good reviews of bikes owners for their consumer qualities. On this page we present you the most successful photo gallery of FLT 1340, 1981 and wish you a pleasant viewing experience.

Vitals

  • Make Model
    Harley Davidson FLT 1340
  • Year
    1981
  • Engine
    Air cooled, four stroke, 45° V-Twin, OHV, 2 valves per cylinder.
  • Capacity
    1337
  • Bore x Stroke
    88.8 x 108 mm
  • Compression Ratio
    7.4:1
  • Induction
    One butterfly valve Keihin carburettor.
  • Ignition / Starting
  • Max Power
    70 hp @ 5800 rpm
  • Max Torque
    69 ft-lb @ 3000 rpm
  • Transmission / Drive
    5 Speed / chain
  • Gear Ratio
    1st 10 89 / 2nd 7 43 / 3rd 5 38 / 4th 4 13 / 5th 3-36
  • Frame
    Duplex cradle type.
  • Front Suspension
    Gas telescopic forks
  • Rear Suspension
    Dual shocks preload adjustable.
  • Front Brakes
    2x 292mm disc 1 piston caliper
  • Rear Brakes
    Single 292mm disc 1 piston caliper.
  • Front Tyre
    140/90-16
  • Rear Tyre
    140/90-16
  • Dry-Weight
    336 kg
  • Fuel Capacity
    20 Litres
  • The entire line of Harley motorcycles, including the new FLT, received an improved electronic ignition. The big twin model was built on an all-new frame that included compressible motor mounts to reduce vibration felt by the rider. A frame-mounted fairing held a pair of round headlights behind the domed cover. The new FLT weighed in at 725 pounds before fluids were added. In 1981, the Motor Company was sold back to those who truly cared about the product, not just producing as many units as possible. Not only did the management team remove AMF from the letterhead, but also pulled the 74inch Shovelhead motor from the option sheet.
    The entire line of Harley motorcycles, including the new FLT, received an improved electronic ignition. The big twin model was built on an all-new frame that included compressible motor mounts to reduce vibration felt by the rider. A frame-mounted fairing held a pair of round headlights behind the domed cover. The new FLT weighed in at 725 pounds before fluids were added. In 1981, the Motor Company was sold back to those who truly cared about the product, not just producing as many units as possible. Not only did the management team remove AMF from the letterhead, but also pulled the 74inch Shovelhead motor from the option sheet.

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