2015 HD Freewheeler

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2015 HD Freewheeler

Postby dirtdobber » Tue May 05, 2015 8:38 pm

I am sure most has at least seen a photo.
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These are a sport version of the TriGlide. Rides very good for a short body trike, power-I was caught off guard with the power it has, very impressive, Doesn't run as hot as most new touring bikes are. It is actually not bad. I had a set of ward's fans so I added em, that is all I need for now.
MPG about the same as most trikes, 32 mpg. 180 miles per tank at the moment. The transmission is smooth as ice and the gearing was lowered to add better low end grunt. My cvo in 6th gear turns 3,000 rpm's at 80mph, the freewheeler is 70 at 2,950 rpm's.The 6 speed is quiet and shifts with very little clunking if any.
This thing is a ball ride.
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Re: 2015 HD Freewheeler

Postby Bareass172 » Tue May 05, 2015 9:51 pm

It's nice, but I still like your other trike better! ;)
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Re: 2015 HD Freewheeler

Postby Capt. Rory » Wed May 06, 2015 3:42 am

:stupid: Enjoy your new toy.
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Re: 2015 HD Freewheeler

Postby dirtdobber » Fri May 08, 2015 1:08 am

This one is more for the wife. I prefer the Goldwing trike and the hot rod trike. For ride and trips I'll take the roadsmith every time..
I sure fool some folks on the hot rod. They never seen it coming. LOL
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