2010 Harley Davidson Crossbones Review and Specs

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The 2010 Harley Davidson Crossbones debuts with a dark and sinister
look created by a glossy black Springer front end and headlamp with
authentic bobber style. A motorcycle built and designed for speed and
racing, the 2010 Crossbones has a rigid, counter-balanced, and
air-cooled Twin Cam 96 Cubic Inch engine with chrome rockers and
covers, and 93.67 ft lbs of torque @ 3000 rpm.

This monster comes with
a host of top notch standard features:

  • Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection
  • High quality exhaust with slash-cut mufflers
  • Internally-wired, stainless steel, mini ape-hanger handlebars for a hands-up riding position
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission with a helical-cut 5th gear that makes shifting smooth and reduces the transmission sounds
  • Horseshoe style oil tank with wicked looking Willie. G signed skull design graphics
  • Comfortable solo-seat
  • Rated for 35 mpg on the highway and 54 mpg in the city
  • Single piston front and two piston rear brakes
  • Available in vivid black, brilliant silver pearl, black denim, and black ice denim
  • New fuel tank sender reads fuel-levels more accurately
  • Wide 200 mm rear tire for a wide rear end look
  • Gloss-black cut-eye tank console with retro speedometer face
  • Security system is available option
  • Black, laced steel wheels
  • Hidden, horizontal-mounted coil-over rear shocks
  • Push rod operated, overhead valves with hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters
  • Multi-plate wet clutch
  • Mild steel tubular frame with rectangular section backbone and stamped, cast and forged junctions
  • High beam, front fender running lights, neutral, low oil pressure,
    turn signals, engine diagnostics, 6-speed, and low fuel warning
    indicator lamps

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