The 2009 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic is a comfortable motorcycle for touring.
The 2009 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic is a touring motorcycle first introduced in 1994. Motorcycle enthusiasts also call the Road King a cruising motorcycle. The bike’s two-tone fender graphics and the location of its license plate above the tail lamp were new for the 2009 Road King Classic. The motorcycle featured a twin cam 96 engine.
Cam Shaft Torque Specifications
The Road King‘s head bolts 1st step is 11.67 foot lbs of torque and the second step is 17 foot lbs of torque. The 3rd step is 90 degrees or a ¼ inch. The rocker housing bolts have 14 foot pounds of torque and the rocker cover bolts have 18 foot pounds of torque. The rocker arm support plate bolts have 22 foot pounds of torque. The cam cover bolts have 2.5 foot pounds of torque and the lifter cover bolts have 10 foot lbs of torque. The Stator Torx T27 has 6.25 foot lbs of torque.
The Road King’s twin cam is a 96 degree pushrod-operated type engine. It uses an overhead valve configuration (OHV). The engine’s camshaft uses self-adjusted hydraulic lifters. It has a displacement of 96.7 cubic inches, or 1.5 liters, and has a bore/stroke of 3.75/4.37 inches. The engine uses a sequential electronic fuel injection system (SEFI). The engine uses an air cooling system and has a compression ratio of 9.2 to 1.
The Road King Classic uses a 6-speed cruise drive transmission and has an electric starter. The bike has a wheel base of 63.54 inches and a seat height of 29.5 inches. It weighs 773 lbs and has a fuel tank capacity of six gallons.