Harley Deuce Specs

The Harley-Davidson FXSTD, also known as a Softail Deuce, is a motorcycle produced by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company from 2000 to 2007. The motorcycle is equipped with a twin engine, which adds letter “F” to the bike’s name. The “X” represents a small-diameter telescopic forks, while the “ST” stands for the softail chassis and “D” refers to “Deuce,” the bike’s unofficial name.


The Harley-Davidson FXSTD is equipped with a pushrod V-twin 1584cc engine. The engine features a 3.8-inch bore, a 4.4-inch stroke and a 9.2:1 compression ratio. The engine is air-cooled. It is started by an electric starter. The motorcycle features a six-speed belt transmission.


The Harley-Davidson Softail Deuce has a softail chassis, meaning the motorcycle’s rear suspension is hidden away from view to give a tough look of an old hardtail bike while at the same time providing a soft suspension. The Harley-Davidson FXSTD has a front suspension with a 5.6-inch travel and a rear suspension with a 4.3-inch travel. The motorcycle is equipped with single disc front and rear brakes. The bike features an MH90-21 54H front tire and a 160/70B17 73V rear tire.

Other Specifications

The Harley-Davidson FXSTD is 95.4 inches long. The seat is 26.8 inches high. The bike has a 32.0-degree rake and a five-inch trail. The motorcycle weighs 663 pounds. The Harley-Davidson FXSTD is equipped with a 4.9 gallon fuel tank. A new Softail Deuce costs $17,345, according to Motorcycle-USA.com.