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Photos of the 2007 Harley-Davidson CVO. Photo Gallery
Regular Hogs won't ever be the same for poor Korfie now that he has tasted the fruit of H-D's 2007 Custom Vehicle Operation (CVO) lineup.
Photos of the 2007 Harley-Davidson CVO.
2007 Harley-Davidson CVO First Rides
The new 96 is an improvement for The Motor Company, but if you get a chance to sample the 110 in action you won't be able to go back.
The CVO Dyna's extra chrome hardware comes via the Knurled Accessory Collection.
A closer view of the Dyna control panel.
The 110ci powerplant doesn't wow us on the Road King in quite the same way as it did on the other CVO models; but it is still a welcome upgrade and gives the H-D tourer the extra grunt it deserves.
One of the big upgrades to the CVO line is a different paint job.
The distinctive front end gives the Springer CVO a classic look.
The explosion of chrome on the Springer CVO extends to the instrument cluster. Meanwhile, the forward controls were purpose built for the CVO line as a part of the New Centerline Accessory collection.
Features available behind the Electra Glide's distinctive fairing are a GPS Audio Navigation System, XM Satellite radio, and a cd/MP3 player.
A closeup of the Electra Glide's swanky control panel.
Quite possibly the most berets every seen at a H-D related event, ever.
Quite often the rider behind the controls of H-D's Electra Glide just looks like somebody who's in the midst of a 1000-mile journey. For the CVO edition, the EC faithful will receive even more touring-oriented upgrades.
One of the most notable aesthetic upgrades to the CVO Road King is the addition of a Fat Boy-styled fender up front, along with its three different custom paint schemes.
The heftier 110 engine shined brightest in the CVO Dyna.
The CVO Springer, with its easy to recognize front end and oodles of additional chrome, was the favorite CVO out of the bunch for Korf.
'Twist the wrist and the light brown hills of the Central Coast start to melt into mountains of honey.' Yeah, you could say the CVO lineup made a positive impression on our correspondent.
The Dyna CVO has the requisite chrome and 110 powerplant upgrades, as well as extra hardware from the Knurled Accessory Collection.
On top of cosmetic changes like chrome and bolt-on accessories, the primary upgrade for the CVO Harleys is the beefier 110 ci Twin Cam motor.
For H-D's tourer extraordinaire The Motor Company developed the Power-lock Tour-Pak system, which locks and unlocks all the luggage at once.
The CVO Electra Glide provides touring amenities like heated handgrips and seat.
California's Central Coast was the prime real estate to test out H-D's latest CVO crop.
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