2016 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob – Test Ride and Review

2016 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob - Test Ride and Review

This is the brand new 2016 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob. I perform an indepth walk around, and explain the key features and the riding experience, and rev the engine to hear what it sounds like. I film this in the Industrial location of South San Francisco.

I discuss the new 103 cubic engine in the 2016 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob.

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19 Comments

  1. People are commenting about the Harleys breaking down. That was decades ago when AMF was involved. AMF left and now they have very good reliability that stands up next to Yamaha or Suzuki – but don't take my word for it. Do your research..

  2. Audrius N: I can tell you are a bit psycho alright……..cause you just make personal attacks, why don't you stand up and tell us what you love about the Twin Cam engine….is it the pressed together flywheel, which can twist out of true and crater the engine? Or is it all the PLASTIC cam chain tensioners, that are designed to wear out and failure to do so, will crater the engine? Or is it the weak stock┬ádry sump oiling system of the Twinkies that makes them run hot enough to burn your family jewels, if you had any………come on, pal……..let's hear all you know that's great about the Twin Cam engine……………what's a matter, cat got your 5 foot long, snake's tongue?

  3. Man, you know, it's a shame to push that brand new engine till the rev limiter!!! HD engines are not built to run fast!

  4. The fact that your pinion shaft run out is at 0.004", means that your crankshaft has already twisted on you. They are set at the factory to a max stock run out at 0.001" or less, max. Harley knows that they have a problem, with their crankshafts, so, rather than fix them at the factory, by simply putting a crank pin bolt and nut, to torque both halves together, as they used to do for many, many decades on all the single cam big twin engines……they simply changed the service manual specs, years ago……┬áto say that it is okay for the run out to be out a max a 0.010"-0.012"…….which any competent H-D, mechanic, will tell you will damage the bushings, bearings, oil pumps, cam bearings, etc. and will eventually crater the engine……..that is why one cannot convert from silent /roller┬áchain drive to gear drive to operate the cams, if your crank is at 0.003" or more in pinion shaft run out, which yours is already well beyond that out of true.┬áI recommend tearing your engine down and taking your crankshaft to a competent, performance specialty shop, to have it disassembled, have the connecting rods, check for roundness, balance┬áthe crank flywheels, re-assemble it and have it dynamically trued and TIG-weld the welch plugs and true it to have the output and pinion shaft run out set at 0.001" or less in run out……

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