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2014 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Ultra Limited Review


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2014 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Ultra Limited Review: Liquid Cooling a Legend
2014 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Limited

The 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited.

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For over a century, Harley-Davidson's calling card has been its air-cooled engines. Though the conscious avoidance of liquid-cooling has had its downsides-- namely in the power output department and the inherent discomfort of having an oil and air-cooled engine sitting inches away from your groin on a hot day-- Harley has done surprisingly well for themselves by only allowing their V-Rod line of bikes to be liquid cooled, despite recession-related sales dips which finally recovered after a series of aggressive business maneuvers.

Enter 2013, and the Motor Company has taken a half-step towards modernity by introducing liquid-cooled cylinder heads to select models including their 2014 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Ultra Limited, priced at $25,899 in black, $26,939 in two-tones, and $27,164 in custom colors. Rather than dwell on them here, I've outlined a few things you should know about Harley's liquid cooling technique in this list-- so before we swing a leg over, let's take a closer look at other things Harley has done in an effort to make their Ultra Limited Review a better bike.

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