I think that might exist on the CVO Road King. The CVO Road King is hosting some firsts for HD as far as technology goes. It is a good sign, but I also like their approach of adopting tech gradually. It will be interesting to see how the CVO RK fares for reliability as far as the electronic systems and the new liquid cooling via the radiators in the knee guards. I may be inaccurate on some of this since its been a while since I've been on the HD site. If I was in the market for a high end touring motorcycle I would indeed be looking at a CVO Road King. That is still a lot of quid for a bike, but then again who am I to talk about high priced bikes (and reliability lol), riding a Ducati?

You are misinformed the CVO Road King does not have liquid cooling or the technology (infotainment system) you are referring to.

You are confusing it with the CVO Limited which use to be the CVO Ultra.

Some of the non-CVO bikes come in liquid cooling with the infotainment system. Look at the Project Rushmore set of bikes..

Edited by rossn2 (12/09/13 06:56 AM)
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