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2012 H-D® CVO™ Ultra Classic® Electra Glide®
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The 2012 Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide is a high-end performance motorcycle with Screamin' Eagle power that gives you the ultimate in premium featured touring. This bike is powered by a Harley Screamin' Eagle Twin Cam 110 engine. This Twin Cam engine provides 110 cubic inches of power, a low cruising rpm, and lots of low end torque. Setting this bike's CVO Screamin' Eagle engine apart from the rest is the granite powertrain. This Screamin' Eagle performance motorcycle is custom touring at its finest. For an ultra comfortable ride the seat is heated. Take a good look at all of the premium features and components of this bike including the Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle Twin Cam 110 engine and upgraded BOOM! high performance audio speakers. There are a few other Harley CVO motorcycles to learn more about as well. Take a look at the CVO Road Glide Custom motorcycle, the CVO Softail Convertible custom Harley, and check out the CVO Street Glide's custom Harley wheels.
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 Manufacturer  Harley-Davidson
 Model Year  2012
 Model  CVO™ Ultra Classic® Electra Glide®
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 Length  98.8 in. (2,510 mm)
 Weight  889 lbs. (404.1 kg)
Running Order: 927 lbs. (421.4 kg)
 Ground Clearance  5.1 in. (130 mm)
 Wheelbase  63.5 in. (1,613 mm)
 Seat Height  Laden: 27.8 in. (706 mm)
Unladen: 29.8 in. (757 mm)
 Engine  Twin Cam 110™
 Displacement  110 ci (1,802 cc)
 Bore x Stroke  4 x 4.38 in. (101.6 x 111.3 mm)
 Torque  118 ft. lbs. (160 Nm) @ 3,750 rpm
 Compression Ratio  9.15:1
 Fuel System  Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
 Fuel Tank Capacity  6 gal. (22.7 l)
 Clutch  Multi-plate with diaphragm spring in oil bath
 Cooling  Air
 Exhaust  Chrome dual exhaust with 4 in. touring mufflers and muffler shields
 Oil Capacity  4 qt. (3.8 l)
 Transmission  6-speed
 Primary Drive  Chain, 34/46 ratio
 Final Drive  Carbon fiber belt
 Gear Ratio  1st: 9.593
2nd: 6.65
3rd: 4.938
4th: 4
5th: 3.407
6th: 2.875
 Brakes  32 mm, 4-piston fixed front and rear
 Wheels  Front & Rear: Mirror Chrome Chisel custom
 Tires  Front: 130/80B17 65H
Rear: 180/65B16 81H
 Lighting  High-beam, neutral, running lights, turn signals, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, cruise control, speakers, accessory, security system, 6-speed, low fuel warning, ABS
 Instrumentation  Diamond cut, charcoal finish, fairing mounted electronic speedometer with odometer, resettable trip meter, fuel range countdown, engine diagnostic readout, 2 in. voltmeter and oil pressure diamond cut gauges, diamond cut tachometer
 Rake  26°
 Trail  6.7 in. (170 mm)
 Colors  Two-tone Crystal Citron / Diamond Dust, Two-tone Wicked Sapphire / Stardust Silver, Two-tone Electric Orange / Black Diamond
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