Service manual 1978 to 1984 Harley-Davidson FL/FX Models 1200/1340cc 4-Speed

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During the years 1978 to 1984, Harley-Davidson produced a range of FL and FX models, which were part of their Big Twin lineup. These motorcycles were known for their classic styling and powerful engines. Here are some notable models produced during that period:

Harley-Davidson FLH Electra Glide (1978-1984): The FLH Electra Glide was a touring motorcycle featuring a large 74 cubic inch (1,213 cc) V-twin engine. It had a full fairing, saddlebags, and a comfortable riding position, making it a popular choice for long-distance riding.

Harley-Davidson FLHS Electra Glide Sport (1980-1981, 1983-1984): The FLHS Electra Glide Sport was a variation of the FLH Electra Glide with a sportier look. It featured a narrower front fairing and a smaller windshield. The FLHS model was designed to appeal to riders who wanted a more aggressive riding style.

Harley-Davidson FXS Low Rider (1978-1983): The FXS Low Rider was a popular cruiser model with a custom-inspired design. It featured a 74 cubic inch (1,213 cc) V-twin engine, a stepped seat, and mid-mount foot controls. The Low Rider had a lower seat height and a more laid-back riding position compared to the FL models.

Harley-Davidson FXE Super Glide (1978-1984): The FXE Super Glide was another iconic model in Harley-Davidson’s lineup. It combined elements of a cruiser and a sportbike, featuring a 74 cubic inch (1,213 cc) V-twin engine and a sleek, stripped-down design. The FXE Super Glide was known for its nimble handling and versatility.

Harley-Davidson FXWG Wide Glide (1980-1984): The FXWG Wide Glide was a custom-inspired cruiser with a wide front end and a raked-out fork. It featured a 74 cubic inch (1,213 cc) V-twin engine, pull-back handlebars, and a stepped seat. The Wide Glide had a unique and aggressive look, which appealed to riders seeking a bold and distinctive motorcycle.

These are just a few examples of the FL and FX models produced by Harley-Davidson between 1978 and 1984. During this time, the company made various updates and improvements to these models, but they generally maintained the classic Harley-Davidson aesthetic and the powerful V-twin engines that the brand is known for.

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