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2001 Harley-Davidson Touring, Electra Glide, Road King repair manual

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Service/Fix your custom/cruiser bike: Purchase and download this Harley-Davidson Touring, Electra Glide, Road King OEM service manual (FSM)/PDF. Manual details and specs: Production year(s): 2001 This manual applies to the following models: Harley-Davidson Touring Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Harley-Davidson Road King Engines: - 2001 Harley-Davidson FLHT Electra Glide Standard - Engine: 1449 cc, (88.42 cubic inches), V2, four-stroke, 67.0 HP (48.9 kW)) @ 5400 RPM, 110.0 Nm (11.2 kgf-m or 81.1 ft.lbs) @ 3100 RPM, 165.0 km/h (102.5 mph), 95.3 x 101.6 mm (3.8 x 4.0 inches), 2 valves per cylinder, air cooled, Belt (final drive). - 2001 Harley-Davidson FLHR/FLHRI Road King - Engine: dito - 2001 Harley-Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic - Engine: dito - 2001 Harley-Davidson FLTR/FLTRI Road Glide - Engine: dito - 2001 Harley-Davidson FLHTC/FLHTCI Electra Glide Classic - Engine: dito - 2001 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide - Engine: dito - 2001 Harley-Davidson FLTRSEI2 - Engine: dito Manual Language: English Printable: Yes (with all printers) Instant delivery/download: Your download link will appear on the checkout page after your payment is complete. # ³ "Unlock the Secrets to Effective Repair with the Downloadable Manual for Harley-Davidson Touring Models" Dive into the world of Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycles with our downloadable manual, providing comprehensive guidance for repair and maintenance. Whether you own a 2001 Harley-Davidson Touring, Electra Glide, or Road King, this manual is your key to mastering the intricacies of these iconic bikes. From engine specifications to tuning tips and common issues, this manual equips you with the knowledge needed to keep your motorcycle running smoothly and performing at its best. Engine Specifications/Technical Specifications: - The 2001 Harley-Davidson Touring, Electra Glide, and Road King models are powered by the Twin Cam 88 engine. - The engine has a displacement of 1450cc (88 cubic inches) and utilizes an air-cooled V-twin configuration. - The bore and stroke dimensions are 3.75 x 4.00 inches. - The compression ratio for the Twin Cam 88 engine is approximately 8.9:1. - Fuel delivery is managed through an electronic fuel injection (EFI) system for precise and efficient combustion. - The engine is paired with a 5-speed transmission for smooth gear changes. - The Touring models feature a belt final drive for power transfer to the rear wheel. - The Touring, Electra Glide, and Road King models come equipped with a single-disc front brake and a rear disc brake for reliable stopping power. - Suspension varies across the models, with some featuring a telescopic front fork suspension system, while others have an air-adjustable rear suspension. - The wheelbase for these models ranges from approximately 63.5 to 64.5 inches, providing stability and a comfortable ride. - Fuel tank capacity varies depending on the specific model, typically ranging from 4.9 to 5.0 gallons. - The dry weight of the Touring, Electra Glide, and Road King models ranges from around 746 to 780 pounds, depending on the specific configuration and - accessories. - The Touring models feature a 12-volt electrical system, providing power for lighting, electronics, and accessories. - Lighting includes halogen headlights for improved visibility on the road. - Seating positions offer a comfortable riding posture, with a seat height ranging from approximately 27.1 to 30.7 inches, depending on the specific model and options. - The Touring models feature wire-spoked or cast-aluminum wheels, depending on the trim and configuration. - Overall length for these models ranges from approximately 93.7 to 96.5 inches. - The Harley-Davidson Touring models are known for their long-distance touring capabilities, offering ample storage capacity and rider comfort. - Cruise control is available as an option on some Touring models, enhancing long-distance comfort and ease of riding. - The 2001 Touring, Electra Glide, and Road King models are known for their impressive torque output and smooth power delivery. Facts and Details: - The Touring models, including the Electra Glide and Road King, are designed to offer a luxurious touring experience with advanced features and ample cargo capacity. - The Electra Glide is often recognized for its full-dress touring styling, including a full fairing, hard saddlebags, and a large windshield. - The Road King combines classic styling with modern features, offering a nostalgic appearance paired with modern comfort and convenience. - The Touring models The Touring models feature Harley-Davidson's patented FL frame, known for its rigidity and stability, providing a smooth and controlled ride. - The Electra Glide models are equipped with an advanced audio system, allowing riders to enjoy their favorite music while on the road. - The Road King models feature detachable windshields, allowing riders to customize their riding experience based on weather conditions and personal preference. - The Touring models come with spacious saddlebags, providing ample storage space for long-distance travel and commuting. - Harley-Davidson offers a variety of paint colors and customizations for the Touring models, allowing riders to personalize their bikes to reflect their individual style. - The Touring models are designed with rider and passenger comfort in mind, offering plush seating and adjustable suspension to absorb road imperfections. - The 2001 Touring models retain the classic Harley-Davidson styling cues, including the iconic twin headlights and iconic badging, showcasing the brand's heritage. - The Touring models are known for their exceptional touring capabilities, offering a smooth and comfortable ride even on long journeys. Maintenance Intervals and General Tips: - It is recommended to change the engine oil and filter every 2,500 to 5,000 miles or as per the manufacturer's guidelines. - Regularly inspect and clean the air filter, ensuring it is free from debris and dust for optimal engine performance. - Check and adjust the drive belt tension regularly to maintain proper alignment and prevent excessive wear. - Keep an eye on tire pressure and inspect the tires for any signs of wear or damage, replacing them when necessary. - Maintain the battery by keeping it charged and clean, and periodically check the electrolyte levels if applicable. - Lubricate control cables, such as clutch and throttle cables, to ensure smooth operation. - Regularly clean and polish the bike's exterior to maintain its appearance and protect it from the elements. - Conduct periodic inspections of the brakes, suspension, and electrical components to identify any issues early on. Common Issues and Solutions: - Some common issues reported by Touring model owners include electrical problems, such as faulty wiring connections or charging system issues. It is recommended to regularly inspect and clean the electrical connections, and have a professional diagnose and repair electrical issues. - Over time, the drive belt may require adjustment or replacement due to wear. Regular inspection and proper tensioning can help prevent premature belt failure. - Issues with the fuel system, such as clogged fuel injectors or a malfunctioning fuel pump, may occur. Regular cleaning and maintenance of the fuel system components can help address these issues. - It is important to regularly inspect and maintain the suspension components, including the air shocks or telescopic forks, to ensure proper function and prevent leaks or wear. Popular Tuning Tips and Modifications: - Upgrading the exhaust system, such as installing aftermarket slip-on mufflers or full systems, can enhance the sound and performance of the motorcycle. - Adding a high-flow air filter or an aftermarket air intake kit can improve airflow to the engine, potentially increasing power and throttle response. - Customizing the bike's appearance with accessories like handlebars, grips, footpegs, or mirrors allows for personalization and individual style expression. - Suspension upgrades, such as aftermarket shocks or fork springs, can improve the bike's handling and comfort. Available Accessories and Aftermarket Options: - Harley-Davidson offers a range of accessories, including windshields, luggage racks, saddlebags, backrests, and tour packs, to enhance storage capacity and rider comfort. - Lighting options, including LED headlights, auxiliary lights, and turn signals, are available for improved visibility and customization. - Audio systems, including speakers and amplifiers, allow riders to enjoy their favorite music on the road. - Custom seat options, including solo seats, two-up seats, and heated seats, provide personalized comfort for riders and passengers. - Highway pegs and footboards offer additional leg comfort and options for rider positioning during long rides. - Security systems, such as alarms and immobilizers, can be added to enhance the bike's security and provide peace of mind. - GPS navigation systems specifically designed for motorcycles are available, allowing riders to easily navigate unfamiliar routes. - Engine performance upgrades, such as camshaft upgrades, high-performance air filters, and engine tuning modules, are popular options for increased power and torque. - Handlebar upgrades, such as ape hangers or drag bars, can provide a more aggressive riding position and unique style. - Suspension enhancements, including adjustable shocks and upgraded fork cartridges, offer improved handling and customization for individual rider preferences. - Upgraded braking systems, such as dual-disc front brakes or performance brake pads, can enhance stopping power and control. Owner Reviews and Opinions: - Touring model owners often praise the comfortable riding position, long-distance touring capabilities, and storage capacity of these bikes. - The powerful performance and smooth ride of the Touring models are highly regarded, allowing for confident and enjoyable highway cruising. - Riders appreciate the variety of available options and accessories, allowing them to customize their bikes to their specific needs and style. - The iconic design and classic Harley-Davidson styling cues, such as the batwing fairing and nostalgic badging, receive positive feedback from owners. - Some owners mention that the weight of the Touring models can be challenging for maneuvering at low speeds or in tight spaces. - Fuel efficiency may vary depending on riding conditions and personal riding style, with some owners noting the need for more frequent refueling during long trips. - The Touring models are known for their reliability and durability, providing a solid and dependable ride for many miles. 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