Rode one at Sturgis. They ride like a dream. I wouldn't pull the trigger either as there is no reliability record on these. They're flat-out beautiful, however.
When I rode back to back my '12 RGC CVO and my friends '11 RGC (103) I really could not tell much difference performance wise... That gap has to be less now with the improvements made to the '15 103 engines.In 2013 I bought the misses a RK CVO. We put it on the dyno with my Electra Glide, there wasn't much difference, maybe 10% hp/tq.
My 09 EC was a 96 that I had upgraded to a 103 with stage 1 intake/exhaust/tuning.
I want to retire in the SW, its rough on a big cube air cooled bike in that climate. That's one of the reasons that I like the new liquid cooled touring bikes.
A guy I know who owns a local tavern bought one not too long ago. It's just like the one pictured...and it's beautiful. The guy loves it. There isn't much customizing to do on them; it's all there.Rode one at Sturgis. They ride like a dream. I wouldn't pull the trigger either as there is no reliability record on these. They're flat-out beautiful, however.
I'm stickin with my Heritage and the Harley line.I don't like the way they did the retro front fender and it does have a lot of plastic,
Still like the Harley look better than any.
Didn't even reach the 1 minute mark before I heard their first lie.Here is the first segment of that series of videos...not to open a can of worms... I learned a lot from it on areas to look for on my ride. That is just how I looked at them, as learning more about our engines...:blahblah: