2010 Harley Davidson XL1200 Nightster Overview

The 2010 XL1200 Nightster hits a sweet spot for those of us who are into lightweight speed.  Here’s a rundown of the newest model to hit the Sportster lineup.

  Comments | By - January 8, 2010

Harley Davidson Ironhead V-Twin Engine Overview

In continuation of our series on Harley Davidson Engines — The V-Twin Ironhead.  Hit the jump for background and which motorcycles it was featured on. Photograph courtesy of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company Archives. Copyright Harley Davidson.

  Comments | By - January 7, 2010

Flathead V-Twin Engine

The Harley Davidson Flathead V-Twin was a 45 degree, 45 cubic inch (742 cc) engine with 22 horsepower that replaced the F-Head or IOE engine on big twins and was first seen on D-model (the 3-cylinder Harley Davidson) motorcycles in 1928.  Photograph courtesy of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company Archives. Copyright Harley Davidson.

  Comments | By - January 6, 2010

Sportster Exhaust Customization

There are a number of options available for Harley Davidson enthusiasts to customize their Sportster exhausts, including look, efficiency, and noise.

  Comments | By - January 5, 2010

Knucklehead Harley Davidson Engine

The Harley Davidson Knucklehead V-Twin engine was officially referred to as the 61 OHV when it first debuted in 1937 as a replacement for the Flathead engine, but over the years, engine enthusiasts have referred to this engine as Kh, a Howie, or a Marks.  “Knucklehead” was the most common name because of the trademark […] More »

  Comments | By - January 4, 2010

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