The CVO Road Glide 2009 2010 Reviews and Specification

 The CVO Road Glide 2009 2010  Reviews and Specification The CVO Road Glide 2009 2010 has a redesigned frame and swingarm. It also has a new motor-mount system aimed at reducing engine shake at idle. These changes are not CVO exclusive, but will be included on all 2009 Touring models. New 180mm Dunlop Multi-Tread tires, claimed to have a longer tread life and give 27% more luggage payload, are slapped onto equally new 18-inch Blade forged aluminum wheels. The new wheels and chassis add up to a smooth-handling tourer that rolled through the curves of Stagecoach Road. Give an assist to the trademark frame-mounted fairing, which makes it much easier to handle than other fork-mounted setups. While the work to improve handling was noticeable, even more impressive was the fun to be had with every twist of the throttle. Harley has the Electronic Throttle Control dialed in tight. The CVO Road Glide lurches in the first three gears and gets the most out of the Screamin' Eagle performance package. Response is instantaneous, with a solid power surge up to around 4000 rpm.

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