Harley 2014 motorcycles With An Air And Precision Cooled V-Twin

14-hd-electra-glide-ultra-limitedhd-project-rushmore-engineWe have boots on the ground at Harley’s 2014 model launch in Denver, CO., and see that H-D’s added more than just a re-badge and paint scheme option this year. The motor company has introduction a brand new air and precision cooled powerplant to run some of the larger touring bikes.

Harley’s new 2014 Ultra Limited features the company’s new Twin-Cooled™ High Output Twin Cam 103™ engine, Reflex™ Linked Brakes with ABS, electronic cruise control, Security System, unique two-tone paint schemes, premium Tour-Pak® luggage rack, premium, plush removable luggage liners and heated hand grips as standard features.

There’s also a 110 cubic inch version of the new engine available in the CVO Limited.

We’re putting some miles on these 2014 Harley’s, and will have full reviews of the new bikes soon in an upcoming issue of American Iron Motorcycle Bagger.

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Comments

  1. Jim Ambrose says:

    I read your 3 reviews on the 2015 Victory magnum, 2015 Indian Roadmaster, and the 2014 Harley Road King. I was wondering why you reviewed a 2014 model, when the 15’s are already for sale at the dealers.

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