The Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Electra Glide is a short- and long-distance touring bike.
The 2006 Ultra Classic Electra Glide is a motorcycle manufactured by Harley-Davidson. With a base manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $19,795 at release, the Ultra Classic Electra Glide is a touring bike designed for short- or long-distance rides. The motorcycle has a number of characteristics and specifications that make it unique to other bikes.
Engine and Transmission
The 2006 Ultra Classic Electra Glide features a V-Twin 4-stroke engine with 1442.15cc of displacement. The bike features 86 foot-pounds of torque reached at 3,500rpm, with 3.8 inches of bore and 4 inches of stroke. With an 8.9-to-1 compression ratio, this bike features an Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection system and a 5-speed gearbox.
The Ultra Classic Electra Glide has a dry weight of 788 pounds and weighs 819 pounds when stocked with essential fluids like gasoline and oil. The seat stands 27.3 inches off the ground, with the bike’s ground clearance at 5.1 inches. The bike is 98.3 inches long with a 63.5-inch wheelbase. Harley-Davidson offers the Ultra Classic Electra Glide in multiple colors, which include single, sunglo and two-tone color combinations.
The motorcycle features dual disc brakes in the front and a single disc brake in the back. The bike uses a Dunlop MT90B16 72H tire in the front with a Dunlop MU85B16 77H in the back, and with a 5.47-liter fuel tank, the 2006 Ultra Classic Electra Glide gets roughly 43 miles per gallon.