The 1984 Harley-Davidson FLH featured a big V-twin engine.
The Harley Davidson 1984 FLH 1340 Electra-Glide was a large touring-class motorcycle. The FLH was a full-dresser street bike with storage compartments and a half-fairing. The Electra Glide had chrome crash bars, exhaust pipes, engine covers and headlights.
The 1984 Harley-Davidson FLH featured a 45-degree V-twin 1,337 cc (81.58-cubic-inch) engine. The air-cooled, four-stroke overhead valve motor produced 69.5 hp at 5,800 rpm. Its bore and stroke was 3.5 inches by 4.25 inches with a compression ratio of 8.5 to 1. It used a dry-sump lubrication system.
The 1984 FLH had a steel, double-cradle frame. It had cartridge-type front forks with a twin-shock rear swingarm suspension. The bike used a five-speed gearbox and a cable-operated throttle. Stopping power came from front dual-disc brakes with a single-disc rear brake.
The 1984 FLH Electra Glide‘s curb weight was 760.6 lbs. It rode on size 13-90 by 16-inch tires. Fuel capacity was 5.02 gallons.