The 2002 Harley-Davidson Deuce Screamin’ Eagle, also known as the Harley-Davidson FLHRSEI Screamin’ Eagle Road King, is a cruiser-style motorcycle. It is part of the V-Twin Racing Street Custom (VRSC) family of bikes, the engines of which were developed jointly with Porsche.
The 2002 Harley-Davidson Deuce Screamin’ Eagle has a vibration isolation-mounted S.E. twin stet cam 95 engine with pushrod-operated overhead valves, which have hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters. The displacement is 1550 cubic centimeters (cc), and the compression ratio is 9.4:1. It has a single-fire, non-wasted, map-controlled spark ignition system and a five-speed constant mesh transmission.
Brakes and Wheels
Both the front and the rear brakes have four-piston calipers and chrome floating brake disc rotors. The front (dual) rotors measure 11.5 inches by 0.2 inches, and the back (single) rotor measures 11.5 inches by 0.23 inches. It has air-adjustable rear shocks and bright-polished spun-aluminum solid wheels with dual-sealed, automotive-style, ball-type wheel bearings. It has a wheelbase of 63.5 inches.
The dry weight is 741 pounds. The fuel capacity is five gallons. The engine torque is 95.2 foot-pounds at 3,500 revolutions per minute. It has an oval air cleaner with a chrome billet insert. It has a multiplate clutch with a diaphragm spring in an oil bath.