How Much HP Does The Harley-Davidson Low Rider S Have? What To Know Before You

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Gone is the quirky tank-mounted gauge pod of the old Low Rider S. Instead, Harley-Davidson gave the new model a four-inch instrument panel mounted on the handlebar riser, and it now has a digital speedometer and an analog tachometer to make it easier to glance at all the necessary information without taking your eyes completely off the road ahead.

Meanwhile, the mid-mounted foot pegs and moto handlebars mounted to four-inch risers enable an upright, straight-backed riding stance. The new Low Rider S also has an inverted fork (with a triple-rate spring) and a taller rear coil-over mono shock with a 56 mm stroke that unlocks slightly more ground clearance and an increased lean angle (about 1.2 degrees more).

The anchors consist of dual four-piston front and two-piston rear calipers that grab on seven-spoke floating rotors. The Harley Low Rider S also comes standard with anti-lock braking, traction control, LED high/low beam headlights, and an LED Zeppelin (get it?) taillight design.



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