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What year did Harley introduce EFI?

Starting in 1995, the company introduced Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) as an option for the 30th anniversary edition Electra Glide. EFI became standard on all Harley-Davidson motorcycles, including Sportsters, upon the introduction of the 2007 product line.

What Harleys are fuel injected?

FLH’s, Softails, Dyna’s and Buell’s all offer fuel injection as original equipment since 2007 or an option on older bikes since 1996.

What are the different Softail models?

The Harley-Davidson Softail® Model Line Overview

  • Fat Boy®
  • Fat Boy® Lo.
  • Softail® Deluxe.
  • Heritage Softail® Classic.
  • Softail Slim®
  • Breakout®

When did Harley go to Delphi fuel injection?

2003 – 100 Year of Harley-Davidson With all the changes in 1999-2000, things were quite at Harley-Davidson for a few years, though in 2001 they switched to a better, Delphi EFI system on the bikes that were injected. 2001 was also the first year the Softail line was available with a fuel injected motor.

How do I know if my Harley is EFI?

If you see a carb, you have a carb. If you see a throttle body and injectors, you have EFI.

What does EFI mean on a motorcycle?

Electronic Fuel Injection
In a sense, Electronic Fuel Injection is a lot simpler than a carburetor. Reduced to its essentials an EFI system is nothing more than a nozzle that sprays gasoline into the airstream whenever a computer tells it to.

What is the difference between Heritage softail and Heritage softail Classic?

They have an identical wheelbase length and trail figures, and they are roughly the same weight. The Softail® Deluxe is a little bit lower when loaded, with a seat height at 24.5 inches, while the Heritage Softail® Classic puts you an inch higher.

What makes a softail a softail?

A softail is a motorcycle with its rear suspension springs or shock absorbers located out of direct view, so as to look like a hard-tail motorcycle. The word softail is a registered trademark of Harley-Davidson, coined for the FXST Softail in 1984.

What kind of engine did Harley Davidson have in 1994?

The Touring family included two other models in 1994: the Electra Glide Classic and Electra Glide Ultra Classic. Each of the touring models had an air-cooled, 1338-cc engine and five-speed transmission.

When did the new Harley Davidson engine come out?

This club is for all Harley-Davidson bikes owners around the world and grows extremely quick, reaching more than 90,000 members in just six years. 1984 is an important year in Harley history as they unveil a new engine, the 1340cc V Evolution present at that time on five of their models.

What kind of engine does a 1989 Harley Davidson Electra Glide have?

The 1989 MY Harley Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic boasts a maximum power output of 50 horsepower and 94 Nm of torque from its four-stroke, air-cooled, 1337cc, 45-degree V-Twin powerhouse, that was mated to a five-speed manual transmission with a belt final drive. Standard features include a fork-mounted,…

What kind of engine does a Harley Davidson Softail have?

Each of the five models in the 1994 Harley-Davidson Softail family was equipped with an air-cooled, 1338-cc engine and five-speed transmission. The models were: the Softail Custom, Softail Springer, Softail Fat Boy, Heritage Softail Custom and Heritage Softail Special.