2009 Harley Davidson Dyna Range
A Re-Styled Bobber, Plus Updates to Factory
Custom Dyna Models T
The restyled Dyna Street Bob leads a 2009 Harley-Davidson
Dyna line that blends bold, custom styling with exhilarating,
raw-boned street performance. A clipped rear fender
and a retro tail light give the Street Bob a new look
representing the best in old school “garage
engineering.” The Harley-Davidson Dyna family
has its roots in the factory-custom revolution of
the 1970s. These three motorcycles pair Big Twin performance
with an extended front end. Dyna motorcycles have
always had a reputation for great handling with loads
of attitude that appeals to riders with a strong inclination
for independent thinking. All Dyna models feature
a new silver-face speedometer with fuel range countdown,
a new low-profile front fender, anti-fog gauges and
a new fuel sender. A 1584cc Twin Cam 96 power train
with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
and active intake and exhaust technology mated to
the 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission cranks out 91
ft.-lbs. / 123 Nm of torque at 3125 rpm.
Common Dyna characteristics include the under-seat
battery box, exposed rear shock absorbers, and a classic
Fat Bob fuel tank with console.
New on Dyna motorcycles for 2009:
- Restyled Street Bob: With new bobbed and blacked-out
features, the redesigned Street Bob is a pure and
minimally styled Bobber for the ages.
- Silver-face speedometer with fuel range read-out:
The new Dyna speedometer stands out in silver and
adds a functional fuel range countdown, which adjusts
intelligently based upon riding style.
- Anti-fog gauges: Keep a clear view of the gauges
with new anti-fog features.
- New fuel sender: The speedometer range read-out
is the result of a new fuel sender.
- Low profile front fender: The gap between tyre
and fender tightens with the cool look of a new
low-profile front fender.
Harley-Davidson Motor Company, the only major U.S.-based
motorcycle manufacturer, produces heavyweight motorcycles
and a complete line of motorcycle parts, accessories
and general merchandise. For more information, visit
Harley-Davidson's Web site at www.harley-davidson.com.