New Harley Davidson engine for 2011 model year!!!!!!!!!!!

Oct 17, 2006
Harley announces new engine for 2011 model year.

(would read a lot better if you subsitute d i c k for ****)

Harley Davidson announced that in it will introduce the newest model of engine to their line-up, the DKH “**** head” Super Single. Where the engine differs is in design. It will be a massive, eighty eight cubic inch single cylinder air cooled motor supported on twin ball bearing mounts for maximum rigidity. The shape of the valve cover is instantly both easily recognizable and unforgettable. Of course, it will be shaft driven for the final drive.
“It’s definitely a work of art.” Miriam Baxter said, looking at the test model. “I get excited on so many levels just looking at it.”
When asked about the new changes in design philosophy, a spokesman at the Motor Company said “we wanted to give the customers something they could really relate to. We think that the new **** head really represents our traditional, core buyers and what they look for in a Harley Davidson product.”
When asked why the company has gone to a single cylinder model, we were told that vibration was far less than the older V-twin model even though the **** head still has all the power of the classic V-twin which it will eventually replace in the years to come. The sound of the new engine is somewhat different as well, being only a single cylinder, but the exhaust pipe is chrome plated and rather huge with one tester even referring to it as “veiny” in nature. Our test model was evidently a press beater, and the chrome pipe showed signs of blueing through constant flogging.
And what does the new **** head engine sound like?
“Where the classic sound of the old engine was similar to ‘potato-potato,’” Said a HD design team spokesman, “this new engine sounds more like ‘unf-unf’ and it only gets faster in tempo the more you get down on it.”
“There’s just something about this new engine.” One test rider commented. “I can’t really explain, but when I hop on this thing, I know it’s going to be a great ride.”
The new **** head will take its place among the ranks of other notable Harley engines such as the Knucklehead, the Panhead, and the Shovelhead. The spokesman added “We believe the ****head is really going to fill some holes in the market.”
Most of the current models will receive a new **** head engine as will a yet unnamed new model. Our inside sources say that the mystery model is probably going to be a **** head paired with an entry level Sportster, which really won’t be all that surprising.
At first, look for a slow trickle of **** heads to start showing up at the dealerships as the company closes down its hundredth anniversary celebration and ramps up for full production of the new models. Corporate sources also tell us that soon after that, all of the dealerships should be chock full of **** heads.
“It will be standing room only when all of the **** heads hit the sales floor.” A spokesperson commented.
“The Harley **** head. It’s what we’re going to base our new corporate sales policy around. We’re totally committed to getting all the **** heads we can into our dealerships.” The company spokesman said. “That’s where we’re really going to see a jump in profit, from sales made off of all of the **** heads."
The Harley Davidson **** head. If you haven’t seen one yet, just stop by your local Harley Davidson dealership where you’ll find several on display
May 25, 2006
Hi Friends,

I don't knwon so much about Harleys, despites I have a Buell since a while and despites I tried this afternoon, the latest Electra Glide with the 2011 engine of 103" (FLHTC Electra Glide Classic 2011)....

The new engine seems to be "torquy" enough, the bike is confortable and I did not felt the 400 Kg it weights... I was confortably seated and ready for a 300 Km ride (as far as the tank would allow) with no problem. The Hardman Kardon sound system is perfect up to 120/130 Km/h

So OK, if available in LOS, I 'll try to get one, which is not an easy task...