2019 Harley-Davidson Softail FXDR 114” Screamin’ Eagle Upgrades! 279 Miles! MINT - WE FINANCE. 315 Big Road Zieglerville PA 19492 - NATIONWIDE SHIPPING. 610-754-8500 PRESS 112
Only 279 Miles! Upgraded Screamin’ Eagle® Titanium Performance Slip-On Mufflers feature full Titanium construction providing a 50% weight reduction over stock mufflers increasing performance and acceleration ($924.95). Screamin’ Eagle black high flow air cleaner kit with billet Black Cover ($300). Has a FTW cover now, but we have other styles. Screamin’ Eagle plug wires ($54.95). Tune/download ($250). Dominion Passenger Footpegs ($149.95). Passenger pillion ($209.95). Has factory security system. An LED headlight and turn signals are capped by a small speed screen giving the FXDR 114 a sharp face. Featuring a new aluminum swingarm that cuts 10.2 pounds from the rear of the Softail chassis and a revised position for the coil-over rear shock, the FXDR has a long and low look but has more cornering clearance than the other Softails. The rear subframe is constructed of aluminum and composite for further weight reduction. A 240mm rear tire is wrapped around an 18-inch cast aluminum disc wheel. The dragstrip styling continues with a long 4.4-gallon tank tucked behind a small speed screen with an LED headlight set within. A five-spoke 19-inch cast aluminum wheel at the end of the 43mm inverted fork and a forward-facing air intake complete the drag-inspired look. The most powerful Milwaukee-Eight in a Softail chassis puts out 119 pound-feet of torque to that fat 240 rear via a belt final drive at just 3,500 rpm. The 114 gets off the line with a solid rush and with plenty of traction. The Harley-Davidson FXDR 114 doesn’t look like it should be able to corner well, but it does. The FXDR 114 has more ground clearance and available cornering angle than any other Softail. The Harley-Davidson-supplied spec sheet touts 32.6 degrees and 32.8 degrees of cornering angle to the left and right, respectively. The muffler has a beveled shape for more lean, and the forward controls are up and out of the way, as well. Another aspect to the sporty handling is the 4.7-inch trail. That’s a half inch less than the steeper-raked and fleet-of-foot Fat Bob. Tipping into corners on the FXDR 114 offers a slight initial resistance, reminding you of the presence of that 240mm tire, but just barely. Once on the side of the tire, the arc cut by the FXDR is more like a naked than a cruiser. The lean angle is far beyond what you would expect from a power cruiser with forward controls. It actually takes some commitment to find the limit and grind the pegs, and unless you have your heels on the pegs you will grind your boots first. Dual 300mm discs up front squeeze four-piston calipers. The rear brake is a floating two-piston caliper on a 292mm rotor. ABS is standard. Lever feel is firm and brakes are responsive.
ENGINE 114ci Milwaukee-Eight
TRANSMISSION/FINAL DRIVE 6-speed/belt
CLAIMED HORSEPOWER N/A
CLAIMED TORQUE 119 lb.-ft. @ 3500 rpm
FRAME Tubular mild steel, rectangular backbone
FRONT SUSPENSION 43mm single cartridge inverted fork; 5.1-in. travel
REAR SUSPENSION Coil-over monoshock, adjustable preload; 3.4-in. travel
FRONT BRAKE 4-piston fixed caliper, dual 300mm disc w/ ABS
REAR BRAKE 2-piston floating caliper, 292mm disc w/ ABS
RAKE/TRAIL 34.0°/4.7 in.
WHEELBASE 68.4 in.
SEAT HEIGHT 28.5 in.
FUEL CAPACITY 4.4 gal.
CLAIMED WEIGHT 668 lb. (wet)
Payment in full Via bank to Bank Wire Transfer, Cashiers Check, Bank Check, Cash in Person, or Loan Check (must clear prior to pick up) WITHIN 7 DAYS. We charge a $99 Documentary fee which covers all your paperwork & any paperwork shipping costs. We also have a $199 Dealer prep fee that covers this bike being serviced, fresh fluids, & detailing along with a 30 day in-house warranty.