2021 Harley-Davidson TOURING Service Manual #94000834

2021 Harley-Davidson TOURING Service Manual Download
File type: PDF(paper scanned version)
File size: 381 MB
Total Pages: 690+
Language: English
Service Manuals: 94000834

Note: This pdf manual was paper scanned and easy to print out.

For Models:
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Road King (FLHR)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Road King Special (FLHRXS)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide (FLHX)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special (FLHXS)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Revival (FLH)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Standard (FLHT)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited (FLHTK)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Road Glide (FLTRX)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Limited (FLTRK)
– 2021 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special (FLTRXS)


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Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide 2021 FLHXSE Service Manual Supplement 94000840

Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide 2021 FLHXSE Service Manual Supplement Download
Content: Service Manual Supplement 94000840
File type: PDF(paper scanned version)
Language: English

Note:
1. This manual is paper scanned version.
2. This service manual supplement was designed to be used with the 2021 TOURING MODEL SERVICE MANUAL. Any information not presented in this supplement can be found in the service manual:

MODELS COVERED :

– 2021 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide FLHXSE

Introducing the 2021 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide…
The pinnacle of factory-custom touring style and comfort. Visually stunning and loaded with power. Riders seeking a showstopping custom bagger. High-performance Stage II Harley-Davidson Audio powered by Rockford Fosgate. Milwaukee-Eight 117 V-Twin engine and Fugitive wheels. The most-advanced headlamp system ever developed for a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with the Daymaker Adaptive LED Headlamp.



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Harley-Davidson CVO Limited 2021 FLHTKSE Service Manual Supplement 94000839

Harley-Davidson CVO Limited 2021 FLHTKSE Service Manual Supplement Download
Content: Service Manual Supplement 94000839
File type: PDF(scanned version)
Language: English

Note:
1. This manual is paper scanned version.
2. This service manual supplement was designed to be used with the 2021 TOURING MODEL SERVICE MANUAL. Any information not presented in this supplement can be found in the service manual:

MODELS COVERED :

– 2021 Harley-Davidson CVO Limited FLHTKSE


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Everything is a Road: The Path to Pan America


See more at reveal.harley-davidson.com and come along for the ride at instagram.com/hdpanamerica and facebook.com/hdpanamerica

The Pan America motorcycle introduces a revolution in technology, performance and accessibility with innovative Adaptive Ride Height and the all-new Revolution Max 1250 engine. Adaptive Ride Height is an industry-first motorcycle suspension system available on the Pan America 1250 Special that automatically transitions between a riding position when stopped, to an optimal ride height when the motorcycle is in motion. The lowered suspension at rest makes the motorcycle easier to mount and dismount, without sacrificing lean angles or ground clearance.

The Revolution Max 1250 engine is an all-new, clean sheet design, developed by the Harley-Davidson design and engineering teams. It is a 150hp, liquid-cooled 1,250cc-displacement V-Twin, the latest in the legendary powertrain lineage of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company. To minimize overall motorcycle weight (Pan America 1250 534lb. wet/Pan America 1250 Special 559lb. wet), the Revolution Max engine is integrated into the vehicle as the central member of the chassis. The Revolution Max 1250 is designed to offer smooth, low-end torque delivery and low speed throttle control that is optimized for off-road riding.

The Harley-Davidson Pan America Motorcycle Demo Tour will include stops at adventure touring and overland events and rallies as well as H-D-hosted demo experiences at locations that allow for riders to experience the capabilities of the Pan America™ on and off-road. The Demo Tour starts off in Texas on April 16, 2021.

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Harley-Davidson’s ‘Rewire’ plan starts with 700 jobs cuts, ousted CFO

Questions remain about its future electric lineup

Harley-Davidson, the storied and struggling Milwaukee-based company that last year launched its first production electric motorcycle in an effort to reboot sales and appeal to a younger customer base, is cutting 700 jobs from its global operations. About 500 workers will be laid off before the end of the year, the company said Thursday.

The company’s CFO John Olin is also out, effective immediately. Harley-Davidson’s current VP Treasurer Darrell Thomas has taken over as interim CFO until a successor is appointed. “Significant changes are necessary, and we must move in new directions,” Harley-Davidson chairman, president and CEO Jochen Zeitz said in a statement.

Harley-Davidson has branded its job cuts and restructuring plan “The Rewire,” which Zeitz spoke about in the company’s first-quarter earnings call back in April. At the time, Zeitz said the company was still committed to its other strategic plan known as “More Roads” that aimed to make the manufacturer an accessible, global brand through marketing and dealership initiatives and a series of new products that included small-displacement motorcycles for Asia markets and EVs, starting with the LiveWire.

Still, Zeitz declared back in April it was time for a change.

“As a result of my observations and assessment, I’ve concluded that we need to take significant actions and rewire the company now in terms of priorities, execution, operating model and strategy to drive sustained profit and long-term growth,” he said in April. “We are calling it The Rewire. And it’s our playbook for the next few months, leading to a new five-year strategic plan, which we will share when visibility to the future returns.”

Visibility into the future has apparently returned, and in Harley-Davidson’s view it’s time to cut costs and possibly get back to its core products. Initial Rewire actions are expected to result in restructuring costs of about $42 million in the second quarter of 2020, Harley-Davidson said in its announcement Thursday. The company plans to share a summary of The Rewire, including additional costs and expected savings, when it releases its Q2 results. The Rewire will set the foundation for a new 2021-2025 strategic plan, which is expected to be shared in the fourth quarter.

Harley-Davidson has seen its sales drop in recent years in the U.S., its largest market, as its core Baby Boomer customers have gotten older. The COVID-19 pandemic dampened sales further and the company has already cut back production, which resulted in dozens of job cuts last month at its factories in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. The push into EVs and products for Asian countries aimed to expand into new markets and breathe new life into Harley-Davidson.

It’s unclear how “The Rewire” might affect the company’s push into EVs. The LiveWire, which launched last fall, was supposed to lead a future line-up of EVs planned by Harley-Davidson — spanning motorcycles, bicycles and scooters. Harley-Davidson has not responded to a request for comment; TechCrunch will update the article if the company responds.

The statement from Harley-Davidson makes no specific mention of EVs. It only said the key elements of its restructuring plan were to enhance core strengths and better balance expansion into new spaces, prioritize the markets that matter, reset product launches and build up its accessories and merchandising businesses.

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