The 1999 Harley-Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide is a cruiser-style motorcycle designed to provide power and performance in a larger bike. The Super Glide FXD is one of several Super Glide FX models produced by Harley in 1999. Other motorcycle models included the FXDX and the FXDX-T Super Glide Sport. These models used the same engine and transmission with varying trim levels.
The 1999 FXD Dyna Glide uses an 88 cubic inch, four-stroke V-twin engine with double overhead cam design. Horsepower for the air-cooled engine measures 68.0 at 5,400 revolutions per minute. Maximum torque clocks in at 78.2 foot-pounds at 2,900 RPM. The engine uses a carburetor fuel feed with a compression ratio of 8.9:1. Bore and stroke measures 3.75 inches by 4.00 inches.
Transmission and Brakes
The transmission used on the 1999 Dynda Glide is a five-speed manual with a belt-driven final drive. Dual front 11.5-inch discs with single piston brakes provide stopping power for the motorcycle’s front wheel. A single 11.5-inch disc brake performs the same function for the bike’s rear wheel.
Suspension and Measurements
The bike’s telescoping fork front suspension has a travel measurement of 6.9 inches. Travel for the rear wheel’s suspension is much smaller and measures just 3.1 inches. Reported dry weight of the Dyna Super Glide is 610.7 pounds. Wheelbase measures 63.88 inches with a seat height of 27 inches. Fuel capacity is 4.9 gallons.