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THE FOUR SPEED 2007 THE FOUR SPEED 2007 THE FOUR SPEED 2007 THE FOUR SPEED 2007 THE FOUR SPEED 2007 THE FOUR SPEED 2007

THE FOUR SPEED 2007

The Four Speed 2007

Walt wanted to build a bike with the parts Harley-Davidson became so famous for: the springer fork, the four-speed frame with its low seat height, tall tires on black rims, Knucklehead exhaust, and big primary hanging out. To exaggerate all those visually important components, he kept the tank and fender as small as possible. Don’t be fooled by the 1948 springer fork and the overall relaxed appearance of the Four Speed. The short-stroke 1340 cc Harley-Davidson engine materializes an unexpected momentum, and the four-speed transmission is more than able to keep the Firestone tires entertained at all times.

Harley-Davidson 1974 FLH
Frame: De-raked four-speed frame
Bodywork: Walt Siegl
Motor: Internally lightened 1340 HD engine; modified four-speed transmission
Exhaust: Walt Siegl
Front Suspension/Fork: 1948 springer fork
Rear Suspension/Shock: FLH shocks
Wheels: Firestones on Harley-Davidson rims
Brakes: Harley-Davidson banana caliper, rear
Hand Controls: Walt Siegl
Foot Controls: HD, Walt Siegl
Electronics: Jane Kennedy
Paint: Candy Gold