The Harley Davidson Twin Cam 110 V-twin engine is an air-cooled,
1800 cc engine with a 4 inch bore and 4.38 inch stroke, 115 ft lbs of
torque @ 3000 rpm, and a compression ratio of 9:3:1. This engine
features a chrome air cleaner, round cover with high flow filer, and
Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection. Mileagewise, the 110 is
rated for 50 mpg on the highway and 34 mpg in the city. In 2009 they
added a heavy breather intake, granite finish, and matched a 6-speed
transmission–and in 2010, the Twin Cam 110 was given a air cleaner
that has improved flow that be washed and recharged, rather than thrown
away.

Models of Harley Davidson Motorcycle

The Twin Cam 110 engine was first introduced in 2007 with Harley
Davidson’s Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) models, which includes the
CVO Road King, Ultra Classic Electra Glide, FSCDE Screamin Eagle Dyna
Fat Bob, and FXSTSSE Softail Springer. This engine has been used as the
engine for all Harley Davidson CVO models since 2007. In 2010 the Twin
Cam 110 engine was used to power the FLSTSE CVO Softail Convertible,
FXDFSE2 Fat Bob, FLHXSE Street Glide, and FLHTCVSE5 Ultra Classic
Electra Glide.