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Unboxing 2017 Harley Davidson Road King – New 107 Cubic Inch Milwaukee Eight Engine

Scott gets to test ride the new 2017 Harley Road King with the new 107 cubic inch Milwaukee engine. First, Eric Anderson of Southside Harley Davidson, goes over the engine and explains all the new benefits of the engine. Then Scott goes on a test ride, and is blown away with how smooth the new Harley’s ride. You can watch the full, unedited GoPro footage here.

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8 Responses to Unboxing 2017 Harley Davidson Road King – New 107 Cubic Inch Milwaukee Eight Engine

  • Josh Calbert says:

    narrow primary came in 16

  • Bill Blair says:

    Love the review.

  • Bill Dred says:

    Heat management system? Pffft…

  • David Swick says:

    I live in Western New York. Very few days I need heat management.

  • Is the quick release windshield standard on the Road King the way it is on the Indian Springfield? That would be a smart move on HD'S part if it was.

  • God I want one

  • Where can I find the description of the engine codes for this model?

  • Good Review. I traded in a '13 Road Glide Custom this past week on a 2017 vivid black Road King. All I can say is WOW what a difference in the ride and power. A big plus are all the little stock features that have been added that in the past were mods done by owners.

    I had to agree with the seating position being a little bit of an issue. I kept the Hammock seat off the '13 I traded in and put in on the '17. That made all the difference in the world. The handle bars are the same as the bars on the Soft tail Heritage. That mod showed up as a stock replacement too the beach style bars in '14. Not probably the greatest for everyone but a huge improvement over the past. My previous Road King an '09 had 21 inch apes on it.

    When I bought the new bike the dealer threw in the 4 point quick release mounts, med sissy bar and pad, and luggage rack as part of the deal. They left the mounting to me. It took all of about 20 minutes.

    First impressions when starting the bike for the firs time was shock at the loss of all the engine noise. End of the day though the more I ride this bike the happier I become with it. Harley Davidson has finally released a bike that you can just ride and enjoy without breaking the bank trying to get it set up right. Mine will get one major mod in the near future. I will be replacing the stock exhaust with something from the aftermarket. I prefer a little less subdued sound than what comes stock. Also removing the catalytic converter will cool the bike down a little more.

    If you buy one of the new bikes get ready to grin a lot. It is a whole new experience.

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