Harley Davidson Dyna 2015 vs Harley-Davidson Street Glide 2012 Epic Street Race Video + Review

In this article you can find full review and a epic video of a street race between Harley Davidson Dyna 2015 vs Harley-Davidson Street Glide 2012 Epic Street Race read watch and decide who is your favorite in this duel.

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Harley-Davidson Street Glide 

harley-davidson street glide special

This bike comes with a air-cooled, 4-stroke, 1689cc, twin-cam, V-twin engine. Fuel injection makes for effortless cold starts and smooth power delivery.

Compared to the average 2014 Touring Motorcycle with a1500cc+ engine, which has a compression ratio of 9.50:1, the Street Glide Special:

  • Is 2.1% more efficient

Compared to the average 2014 Touring Motorcycle of any displacement, which has a compression ratio of 9.60:1, the Street Glide Special:

Compared to the average 2014 Touring Motorcycle with a1500cc+ engine, which produces 108.0 ft-lbs of torque, the Street Glide Special produces:

  • 3.3 fewer (a 3.1% margin)

Compared to the average 2014 Touring Motorcycle of any displacement, which produces 106.0 ft-lbs of torque, the Street Glide Special produces:

  • 1.3 fewer (a 1.2% margin)

Compared to the average 2014 Touring Motorcycle with a1500cc+ engine, which gets 41 mpg, the Street Glide Special gets:

  • 1 more miles per gallon (a 2.4% margin)

Compared to the average 2014 Touring Motorcycle with a1500cc+ engine, which can travel 231 miles when combining city and highway riding, the Street Glide Special can travel:

  • 21 miles farther (a 9.1% margin)

Harley Davidson Dyna 2015

Harley Davidson Dyna 2015

This bike comes with a air-cooled, 1690cc, twin-cam, V-twin engine. Fuel injection makes for effortless cold starts and smooth power delivery. The motor is undersquare, with a cylinder bore and stroke of 98 x 111 mm (the stroke, or length, of the cylinder is greater than its bore, or width). Undersquare engines make better torque down low in the rev range, but typically don’t produce as much power as an oversquare engine of the same displacement would.

Compared to the average 2015 Touring Motorcycle with a1500cc+ engine, which has a compression ratio of 9.60:1, the Dyna Low Rider:

  • Has a typical compression ratio

Compared to the average 2015 Touring Motorcycle of any displacement, which has a compression ratio of 9.70:1, the Dyna Low Rider:

  • Is 1% less efficient

Compared to the average 2015 Touring Motorcycle with a1500cc+ engine, which produces 133 hp and 104.7 ft-lbs of torque, the Dyna Low Rider produces:

  • 30 fewer horsepower (a 23% margin)
  • 5.9 fewer ft-lbs of torque (a 5.6% margin)

Compared to the average 2015 Touring Motorcycle of any displacement, which produces 110 hp and 98.8 ft-lbs of torque, the Dyna Low Rider produces:

  • 7 fewer horsepower (a 6.4% margin)
  • A typical amount of torque

Compared to the average 2015 Touring Motorcycle with a1500cc+ engine, which weighs 810 lbs wet and 775 lbs dry, the Dyna Low Rider is:

  • 144 lbs lighter wet (a 18% margin)
  • 131 lbs lighter dry (a 17% margin)

Compared to the average 2015 Touring Motorcycle of any displacement, which weighs 715 lbs wet and 760 lbs dry, the Dyna Low Rider is:

  • 49 lbs lighter wet (a 6.9% margin)
  • 116 lbs lighter dry (a 15% margin)

Compared to the average 2015 Touring Motorcycle with a1500cc+ engine, which pulls 5.8 lbs per hp wet, the Dyna Low Rider pulls:

  • 0.75 more lbs per HP (a 13% margin)

Compared to the average 2015 Touring Motorcycle of any displacement, which pulls 5.3 lbs per hp wet, the Dyna Low Rider pulls:

  • 1.2 more lbs per HP (a 23% margin

You have read the review but now is time for the real deal watch this video of street race between Harley Davidson Dyna 2015 vs Harley-Davidson Street Glide 2012 the winner will surprise you for sure!

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