Sixty-five mph in top cog is just about 2400 rpm, about 500 rpm shy of the Milwaukee Eight’s 102-pound-feet Dynojet-measured max torque; 100 smooth mph from here comes up quickish, no downshift required. (The ’94 Road King would barely do 100.)
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