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Old 03-29-2004, 09:56 PM
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Harley Package

What does the Harley Package include?
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Well, in a nutshell.......1999-2001 Harleys get 20" Chrome Rims, a Special leather interior with Harley emblems, Chrome parts in the interior, cool badges on the exterior, a sweet sounding exhaust that was engineered by the folks at Harley Davidson, and a whole lotta attitude driving down the strip. Plus, the suspension is lowered 1".

The 2002-2003 HD's come with all of the above, plus a supercharger sitting on top of the 5.4L Engine.

2004 is a disappointment. Ford went to the 2004 F-250 Super Duty. The Harley comes in a choice of cab configurations, and you can get an F-250 or F-350 Harley Edition truck. You can also choose between gas, and a powerstroke diesel. Don't get me wrong, it's a nice truck, but i feel like something is missing. Oh, and by the way, the 20" rims are gone, and now they're riding on 17" rims......awful.
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What does a stock 2003 Harley run in the quarter and 0 to 60?
I got a 4 lb. pulley installed on mine along with cold air intake and had my cats removed and added a flowmaster. Anyone wanna guess what quarter mile time range im in? I'm thinking low 14's but not quite sure
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I honestly could't tell you....14's sound like a possibility.

If you take a trip to the track, let me know your results. As soon as I finish my exhaust, I plan to take her for a couple of runs, and I'll report back with what I come up with.

Good Luck.
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Old 06-08-2004, 10:29 AM
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First of all there was no 99 HD.

My truck bone stock ran a 14.39@95. With your setup you should run somewhere close to that or better depending on conditions. I ran mine in pretty cool air. You should go here www.nhtoc.com for more information.
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