The CVO series is a family of factory-made custom motorcycles introduced in 1999. The CVO line-up comprised special features not found on mass-produced models, including Screamin' Eagle branded parts, hand-painted pinstripes, ostrich leather, gold leaf incorporated in the paint, and many modern electronic accessories.
In the aesthetic department, the 2003 Harley-Davidson CVO Deuce packed a small round headlight, a raked-out front fork, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, a two-piece dual seat with a low riding position, and a two-into-two chromed exhaust system.
In the suspension department, the bike's ride was softened by a 41 mm custom telescopic fork on the front and a hidden shock absorber on the rear. The braking power came from two discs on the front and one on the back, coupled with four-piston calipers.
As for power, the 2003 Harley-Davidson CVO Deuce had its soul brought to life by a 1,550cc air-cooled Twin Cam 95B engine, fed by an electronic fuel injection system with smooth power delivery and 123 Nm (91 lb-ft) torque at 3,500 rpm.
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