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shanneba 22nd February 2021 22:13

Pan American Owners Manual and accessory info
 
Pan American Accessories catalog-


https://reveal.harley-davidson.com/take-the-ride

Click on Download

What long reach spark plugs it has!

https://www.harley-davidson.com/cont...yresize&rw=350


New semi syn 15w-50 motor oil.
Looks like it takes 4.75 quarts for a change.

https://www.harley-davidson.com/cont...yresize&rw=350

New line of helmets jackets etc,


2021 HARLEY-DAVIDSON® OWNER'S MANUAL: PAN AMERICA MODELS


Didn't see a parts list yet

Blacky 22nd February 2021 23:04

I am IMPRESSED with that bike!!!!

harley506d 23rd February 2021 08:32

I'd have one in a heart beat if i could afford it.
Those plugs! Jeez!
A main stand at long last!
And,.................another oil for us to discuss!

harley506d 23rd February 2021 13:22

This from the Brit M.C.N.

https://www.motorcyclenews.com/news/...n-pan-america/

Tim The Grim 23rd February 2021 16:59

Another look...

https://advrider.com/harley-davidson...-mocos-future/

shanneba 23rd February 2021 20:40

Even with the 6 speed, it looks like 70 mph is about 4200 rpms in sixth (about 2500 rpms below peak torque)

Code:

+------+------------+
| gear | gear ratio |
+------+------------+
|    1 | 13.11      |
|    2 | 9.687      |
|    3 | 7.509      |
|    4 | 6.057      |
|    5 | 5.08      |
|    6 | 4.436      |
+------+------------+

Code:

+------------------+------+------+
|  GEAR CHANGE    | MPH  | KM/H |
+------------------+------+------+
| First to second  |  15  |  25 | 2600 rpm -> 1950
| Second to third  |  25  |  40 | 3250 rpm -> 2500
| Third to fourth  |  35  |  55 | 3500 rpm -> 2850
| Fourth to fifth  |  45  |  70 | 3650 rpm -> 3075
| Fifth to sixth  |  55  |  85 | 3750 rpm -> 3275
+------------------+------+------+


Speed in MPH
Code:

+-------+------+------+------+-------+-------+-------+
|  RPM  | 1st  | 2nd  | 3rd  |  4th  |  5th  |  6th  |
+-------+------+------+------+-------+-------+-------+
|  1000 | 5.7  | 7.7  | 9.9  | 12.3  | 14.7  | 16.8  |
|  1200 | 6.8  | 9.2  | 11.9 | 14.7  | 17.6  | 20.1  |
|  1500 | 8.5  | 11.5 | 14.9 | 18.4  | 22.0  | 25.2  |
|  1750 | 9.9  | 13.4 | 17.3 | 21.5  | 25.6  | 29.4  |
|  2000 | 11.4 | 15.4 | 19.8 | 24.6  | 29.3  | 33.6  |
|  2250 | 12.8 | 17.3 | 22.3 | 27.6  | 33.0  | 37.8  |
|  2500 | 14.2 | 19.2 | 24.8 | 30.7  | 36.6  | 41.9  |
|  2750 | 15.6 | 21.1 | 27.3 | 33.8  | 40.3  | 46.1  |
|  3000 | 17.0 | 23.0 | 29.7 | 36.9  | 44.0  | 50.3  |
|  3250 | 18.5 | 25.0 | 32.2 | 39.9  | 47.6  | 54.5  |
|  3500 | 19.9 | 26.9 | 34.7 | 43.0  | 51.3  | 58.7  |
|  4000 | 22.7 | 30.7 | 39.6 | 49.2  | 58.6  | 67.1  |
|  4500 | 25.5 | 34.6 | 44.6 | 55.3  | 65.9  | 75.5  |
|  5000 | 28.4 | 38.4 | 49.6 | 61.4  | 73.3  | 83.9  |
|  5500 | 31.2 | 42.3 | 54.5 | 67.6  | 80.6  | 92.3  |
|  6000 | 34.1 | 46.1 | 59.5 | 73.7  | 87.9  | 100.7 |
|  6500 | 36.9 | 49.9 | 64.4 | 79.9  | 95.2  | 109.1 |
|  7000 | 39.7 | 53.8 | 69.4 | 86.0  | 102.6 | 117.4 |
|  7500 | 42.6 | 57.6 | 74.3 | 92.2  | 109.9 | 125.8 |
|  8000 | 45.4 | 61.5 | 79.3 | 98.3  | 117.2 | 134.2 |
|  8500 | 48.3 | 65.3 | 84.2 | 104.4 | 124.5 | 142.6 |
|  9000 | 51.1 | 69.1 | 89.2 | 110.6 | 131.9 | 151.0 |
|  9500 | 53.9 | 73.0 | 94.2 | 116.7 | 139.2 | 159.4 |
| 10000 | 56.8 | 76.8 | 99.1 | 122.9 | 146.5 | 167.8 |
+-------+------+------+------+-------+-------+-------+

To allow your engine to wear-in its critical parts, we recommend that you observe the riding rules provided below for the first 805 km (500 mi).
During the first 80 km (50 mi) of riding, keep the engine speed below 5000 rpm in any gear.
Up to 805 km (500 mi), vary the engine speed and avoid operating at any steady engine speed for long periods. Engine speed up to 7000 rpm in any gear is permissible.

Steve9 23rd February 2021 20:45

That is one kinghell plug

rejeanprimeau 23rd February 2021 22:17

How much for that butt plug and what aftermarket is available???

shanneba 23rd February 2021 23:14

$9.95 for a pair.

Screaming Eagle plugs $28.95 a pair.

Aftermarket, not sure but it looks like the SE plgs are a multi ground electrode,
If they are 12mm and 1.04" (26.5 mm reach) these NGKs might fit
in the correct heat range-
$5.61 each at sparkplugs.com
https://www.sparkplugs.com/ngk-5214-...und-spark-plug

Similar plug in platinum - $9.27 each-
https://www.sparkplugs.com/ngk-4471-...und-spark-plug

Crusty 25th February 2021 03:37

Cycle World had a very interesting review:

https://www.cycleworld.com/story/bik...50-first-look/

I like the suspension that squats when the bike slows to a stop. I'm a short, fat guy and I sold my Buell Ulysses because it was too tall. I wonder how it feels to ride one? I guess I'll just have to wait until Demo Rides become available.

It definitely has piqued my interest.


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