1998 Harley-Davidson FLTRI Road Glide

The 1998 Harley-Davidson FLTRI Road Glide's unusual half-fairing makes it easily identifiable. See more motorcycle pictures.

The 1998 Harley-Davidson FLTRI Road Glide hearkened back to the FLT of the 1980s.


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It can be easily differentiated by its half fairing fitted with dual headlamps. Like Harley's other touring models, the speedometer and tachometer reside in a fairing-mounted instrument panel instead of atop the fuel tank. Also included are an AM/FM stereo cassette, voltmeter, oil-pressure gauge, clock, and fuel gauge.

The FLTRI's luggage space and fairing-housed instrument panel were aimed at the touring market.

Buyers have a choice of feeding the 80-cubic-inch V-twin through a carburetor or fuel-injection unit, the latter being an option that delivers almost 10 percent more torque.


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