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1994 – 2016 HARLEY-DAVIDSON TOURING - V-Twin Procharger Complete System

1994 – 2016 HARLEY-DAVIDSON TOURING - V-Twin Procharger Complete System

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POWER TRIPPIN’ NEVER FELT SO GOOD - TOURING SYSTEMS–BOLT ON 40-80+ HP

Two-up or solo, getting there in style and comfort–that’s the beauty of an H-D® Touring motorcycle. A ProCharger Intercooled Supercharger System puts the power of a sport bike into the comfort of the new generation of “baggers.”

ProCharger designed this system specifically for the everyday rider.” – Hot Bike 

Engine Size/ Model N/A HP N/A TQ ProCharged HP ProCharged TQ Boost TQ Gain HP Gain
96” FLHRC 67 72 122 118 11 46 55
95” FLHTCUI 90 104 155 139 10 35 65
96” FLHX 87 98 149 129 9 31 62
103” FLHTCUSE 92 105 153 138 10 33 61
110” FLTR 88 99 149 130 10 31 61
120” FLHX 118 122 201 167 13 45 83
120” FLHX 118 122 201 167 13 45 83
120R FLHTCUI 128 135 192 179 8 44 64

With a ProCharged H-D® Touring bike, the road–and whatever is at the other end–is a journey to be enjoyed with more truck-passing power than you’ll know what to do with. ProCharger HO Intercooled Systems and Tuner Kits are available for both fuel-injected and carburetor-equipped Touring models. Unlike other high performance options, idle quality and riding range are unchanged for nothing but smooth, predictable and repeatable power.

Thanks to the compact yet efficient design of the ProCharger system, rider position and comfort are not affected … unless you count trying to wipe off that ear-to-ear grin as the miles fly by.

You go out in first gear and smash the throttle, you can’t shift to second fast enough as it hits the rev limiter [6500rpm] so quick. It’s just ‘boom’ you’re in second, third, fourth and spinning the tire through third gear. It just really goes. For a big, heavy touring bike it’s fun, a lot of fun with that horsepower. Five years ago, you would never have thought about that much horsepower out of a bike. It can happen and it’s dependable now, too.” – Barnett’s Magazine 

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