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DYNA Glide FX: Superglide, Kick start FXB: Sturgis Belt (80,81&82) FXD: Dyna Super Glide FXDB: Street Bob (Sturgis 1991) FXDC: Dyna Super Glide Custom FXDG: Dyna Glide/Sturgis FXDL: Dyna Low Rider FXDS-CON: Dyna Convertible FXDWG: Dyna Wide Glide FXDX: Dyna Super Glide Sport FXDXT: Super Glide T-Sport FXE: Superglide Electric Start FXDF: Fatbob FXLR: FX Lower Rider/Evolution FXR: Rubber Mount Super Glide FXRDG - Disc Glide FXRP - Police or pursuit - Defender FXRS: FXR Sport FXRS-CON: FXR Sport Convertible FXRS-SP: Low Rider Sport Edition FXRT: FXR Touring FXS: Low Rider/Shovelhead FXSB: Low Rider Belt FXCW: Rocker FXCWC : Rocker C FXST: Softail Standard FXSTB: Night Train FXSTBI: Night Train Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) FXSTC: Softail Custom FXSTD: Softail Deuce FXSTS: Springer Softail FXWG: Wide Glide FLST: Heritage Softail FLSTC: Heritage Classic FLSTF: Fat Boy FLSTFI: Fat Boy Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) FLSTN: Nostalgia and 2005 Softail Deluxe FLSTS: Heritage Springer FLSTSB: Cross Bones FLSTSC: Springer Softail Classic FL: 4-Speed Dresser FLH: 4-Speed Electra Glide FLHX: Street Glide FLHRS: Road King Custom FLHPI: Road King police model FLHR: Road King FLHRCI: Road King Classic FLHS: Electra Glide Sport FLHT: Electra Glide Standard FLHTC: Electra Glide Classic FLHTK: Limited FLHTCSE: Screamin Eagle Electra Glide FLHTPI: Electra glide police model FLHTCUI: Ultra Classic Electra Glide FLHTCUSE: Screamin Eagle Ultra Classic FLHXXX: Street Glide Trike FLT: Rubber Mount Dresser FLTC: Rubber Mount Dresser Classic FLTCU: Rubber Mount Dresser Classic Ultra FLHTCUTG: Tri Glide FLTR: Road Glide FLTRI: Road Glide Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) FLTRX: Road Glide Custom FLTRSEI: Screamin Eagle Road Glide VRSC: (V-TWIN Racing Street Custom) VRSC: CVO: 1250cc adds 14 percent more displacement and only 9 pounds than the standard VRSCA: 1st model of the V-ROD family.
VRSCB: Same as VRSCA except: Adjustable tubular handlebars, minimalist instrumentation, black painted frame, calipers, hand controls, shock springs and engine highlights. VRSCF: Muscle VRSCD: Night Rod VRSCDX: Night Rod Special VRSCR: Roadster-inspired street rod. Sportsters: XL: Sportster 883 XL883: Sportster Hugger XL883C: Sportster 883 Custom XL 883L: Sportster (specifically designed to fit smaller riders) XL883R: Dirt track-inspired XL1100: Sportster 1100 XL1200: Sportster 1200 XL1200C: Sportster 1200 Custom XL1200R: 1200 RoadsterXL1200S: Sportster 1200 Sport XLCH: 4-Speed Sportster, Kick start XLCR: Cafe Racer 1000XLH: Sportster 883XLH883: Sportster 883 Hugger XLH883R: Sportster 883RXLH1200: 1200 XLH1200S: Sport XLS: 4-Speed Sportster Roadster XLX: 4-Speed 1000cc Ironhead XR1000: XLH with XLR Heads (XR750 heads - completely different) X - Sportsters.
These descend from the K series, 1952-56 XL- Series started in 1957. They are "unit construction" (engine & transmission share a common case). L - High compression (7.5:1 in 1957). H - Starting in 1958 came the XLH, meaning Higher-power or High-compression (9:1) or Hot . C - Also in 1958 was the XLCH. The C was intended to mean "Competition". CR- Cafe racer style, with bikini fairing.
LT- Touring, with bigger tank, thicker seat, and hard bags. The first letter of the model designator reveals the engine series: First character:G - Servicar three wheeler, 1937 to 1972E - Overhead valve 61 cubic inch "big twin" (Engine/trans separated)F - Overhead valve 74,80 or 88 cubic inch "big twin" FL - 80 to 88 cubic inches and a fat front tire. (Also 74" 1941-82)K - Side valve 45 and 55 cubic inch sports bike that replaced the WL in 1953 and was replaced by the Sportster in 1957.
It had many design features that were carried over to the Sportster.U - Side valve 74 or 80 cubic inch "big twin"V - Side valve 74 cubic inch 1930-36. (Also 1935-36 VLH, VHS 80)W - Side valve 45 cubic inch made 1937 to 1952X - Sports and special construction. Applied to 1918-1922 opposed twin Sport, 1944 military opposed twin, and 1957 to present Sportster. The second letter of the model designator reveals the Front end (except sportsters): X - Narrow tire and sport forks.
L - Wide front tire and Hydra-Glide front forks. The third letter of the model designator reveals the frame style: D - "Dyna" frame (with the rubber mounted motor) HT - "Highway Touring" frame ST - "Softail" frame The next letter(s) indicates the model bike within the frame family: A - Military (Army) version (except GA, Servicar without tow bar)B - Battery start (early models), Belt drive (early 80's) Black paint.
(1995-6 model, the Bad Boy)C - Classic, Competition, Custom, various others meanings.D - Dyna, the newest frame and engine mount design. DG - Disc GlideE - Electric startF - Foot shift (when the standard was hand-shift) and now "Fat Boy®"H - varied between High performance, hand shift and Heavy duty. I - Signifies Fuel Injection. (Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI))L - Big fat front tire LR- Low Rider (though many Low Riders don't include LR in the model ID)N - Nostalgia P - Police versionR - Rubber mounted engine (some models) racing version (other models)ST- Soft TailS - Springer S - (without following T) Sports version T - TouringWG - Wide Glide X - Sportster or sportster-type front end and narrow front tire.
* This page does not list all possible letter designations and Factory Fat does not guarantee complete accuracy. TOP