1984 Harley-Davidson FXRT

The 1984 Harley-Davidson FXRT offered an Evolution V2 motor. See more motorcycle pictures.

The 1984 Harley-Davidson FXRT built upon the success of the FXR introduced two years earlier.

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When introduced in 1982, the FXR was heralded as a landmark motorcycle for Harley-Davidson.

The FXRT took the FXR's earlier success one step further.

A stiffer frame with Sportster-style forks provided better handling than any previous Big Twin, while rubber engine mounts and a five-speed transmission resulted in a smoother, quieter highway ride.

The hooded instrument panel emphasized the FXRT's touring ability.

The 1984 version was among the chosen few to get the new Evolution V2 motor, which further enhanced the FXRT's touring capabilities.


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