The FXDWG3 has the classic styling and power typical of the Harley cruiser range
The Harley Davidson FXDWG3 Dyna Wide Glide is a powerful cruising type motorcycle released by the iconic motorcycle manufacturer in 2002. It possesses the high specification performance and classical styling typical of a Harley, and is ideal for long distance cruisers on the interstate highways.
General Engine Specs and Performance
The Harley Davidson FXDWG3 is equipped with a four-stroke, 45-degree V-Twin, OHV, two-valves-per-cylinder engine. It has a displacement of 88.42 cubic inches (1,449 cc), and utilizes an air-coolant system. The engine in the FXDWG3 is able to generate a power output of 67 hp (48.8 KW) at 5,200 rpm, and a maximum torque of 107 Newton meters (Nm) at 3,300 rpm.
The FXDWG3 has a mild steel, tubular frame, with a rectangular section backbone. It has stamped, cast and forged junctions, in addition to forged fender supports. The entire frame is MIG welded.
Transmission and Ignition Specs
The Harley Davidson FXDWG3 is equipped with a single-fire, non-wasted, map-controlled spark ignition system, and has six-speed transmission, with a belt final drive.
The FXDWG3 has a 49 mm front suspension with a polished aluminum fork triple clamp and dual-rate springs, and 127 mm of wheel travel. For its rear suspension, it is equipped with coil-over shocks, with 104 mm of wheel travel.
Weight Measurements and Tire Specs
The Harley Davidson FXDWG3 has a dry weight of 650.36 lbs. (294.94 kg). It has a fuel capacity of 4.94 gallons (18.7 l). The front tires in the FXDWG3 are MH90-21 and the rear tires are 160/70B16.