How much is a 2009 Street Glide?

How much is a 2009 Street Glide?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $19,649 $12,135
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Total Price $19,649 $12,135

What motor did 2009 Street Glide have?

All 2009 Touring models are powered by the rubber-mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), mated to the 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission for outstanding performance and economy.

How much does a 2009 Harley Street Glide weigh?

Air cooled, 1584cc, 45° V-twin, OHV

Torque: 123 Nm (90.72 lb-ft) @ 3400 rpm
Final drive: Belt
Curb weight: 771.6 lbs
Category: Touring
Tags: Touring

How can I tell what color my Harley is?

The codes from Harley are the last 3 digit (usually letter) endings on the touch up paint guides. Just because there is a crossover doesn’t mean it will match. Every paint company has a weird database for Harley. I have NOT sprayed any of these colors out, so always do a spray out card when trying these colors.

How much horsepower does a 09 Street Glide have?

#2 – Bill Stewart 2009 Street Glide 124 HP.

Does 2008 Street Glide have cruise control?

2008 FLTR Road Glide A black powder-coated engine with chrome treatment and black nine-spoke Cast Aluminum wheels and a black-and-chrome engine are new for 2008. Hard-shell saddlebags, electronic cruise control, and the 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon are standard equipment.

What model Harley is a FLHX?

The 2010 MY Harley Davidson Street Glide FLHX sports an air-cooled, 1584cc, Twin Cam 96 powerhouse that reaches its peak torque of 125 Nm at just 3500 rpm, and is paired to a six-speed manual transmission with a Cruise Drive technology.

What does FLHX stand for on Harleys?

Harley Davidson Abbreviations – Deciphering the Code

Touring Model Letters Model Name
FLHX Street Glide
FLHXS Street Glide Special
FLHXXX Street Glide Trike
FLTC Rubber Mounted Dresser Classic

Where is the paint code on a Street Glide?

The paint codes for your bike can be found on a white tag/sticker, either inder your tank or fenders of your bike.