The Milwaukee-based company has unveiled its new V-twinFri, 03 Jan 2020
The Milwaukee-based company has unveiled its new V-twin, a 131-inch 'crate engine' designed for post-2017 Touring models. Harley-Davidson has not yet had large engines in terms of capacity and power. This behemoth, which looks like a work of modern technoart, is called the Screamin' Eagle Milwaukee-Eight 131. The numbers in the name refer to the cubic inches, equivalent to 2147cc. This is Harley-Davidson's largest and most powerful road bike engine and can replace the "regular" Milwaukee Eight unit on Touring line bikes.
By Azali Minyki
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