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For the Sportster Evolution engines used since the mid 1980s, there have been two engine sizes. Motorcycles with the smaller engine are designated XL883, while those with the larger engine were initially designated XL1100. When the size of the larger engine was increased from 1,100 cc to 1,200 cc, the designation was changed accordingly from XL1100 to XL1200. Subsequent letters in the designation refer to model variations within the sportster range, e.g. the XL883C refers to an 883 cc Sportster with cruiser or custom styling, while the XL1200S designates the now-discontinued 1200 Sportster Sport. Dyna models utilize the big-twin engine (F), small-diameter telescopic forks similar to those used on the Sportster (X), and the Dyna chassis (D). Therefore, all Dyna models have designations that begin with FXD, e.g., FXDWG (Wide Glide) and FXDL (Low Rider).  Softail models utilize the big-twin engine (F) and the Softail chassis (ST).Softail models that use small-diameter telescopic forks similar to those used on the Sportster (X) have designations that begin with FXST, e.g., FXSTB (Night Train), FXSTD (Deuce), and FXSTS (Standard). Softail models that use large-diameter telescopic forks similar to those used on the touring bikes (L) have designations beginning with FLST, e.g., FLSTF (Fat Boy), FLSTC (Heritage Softail Classic), and FLSTN (Softail Deluxe - "N" is for Nostalgic).Softail models that use Springer forks with a 21-inch (530 mm) wheel have designations that begin with FXSTS, e.g., FXSTS (Springer Softail) and FXSTSB (Bad Boy).Softail models that use Springer forks with a 16-inch (410 mm) wheel have designations that begin with FLSTS, e.g., FLSTSC (Springer Classic)  Touring models use Big-Twin engines and large-diameter telescopic forks. All Touring designations begin with the letters FL, e.g., FLHR (Road King) and FLTR (Road Glide)  Revolution models utilize the Revolution engine (VR), and the street versions are designated Street Custom (SC). After the VRSC prefix common to all street Revolution bikes, the next letter denotes the model, either A (base V-Rod), B (discontinued), D (Night Rod), R (Street Rod), SE (CVO Special Edition), or X. Further differentiation within models are made with an additional letter, e.g., VRSCDX denotes the Night Rod Special.The factory drag bike, the VRXSE Destroyer, uses X instead of SC to denote a non-street bike and SE to denote a CVO Special Edition Letters are appended singly or in pairs, as follows:    B (BLACKED OUT ie street bob, night train, and crossbones models), C (Classic or Custom), CW (Custom Wide (2008 Soft tail Rocker)) D (Dyna chasis or Soft Tail Duece), E (Electric start), F (Fat Boy (1990–present); Fat Bob (2008–present) or Foot-shift (1972 and prior)), H (HANDLE BAR/ FRONT END MOUNTED FAIRING. ie bat wing fairing/quick release windsheild.), I (Fuel injection), L ((16" FRONT WHEEL WITH FLOOR BOARDS until 2009 where the 16" is found only on FLHTCU and FLHRC models, all other 2009 models have 17" front wheels),and Low Rider)), N {(Nostalgia as in Soft Tail Deluxe) and Nightster in Sportster family} P (Police), R (Race, Road King, or Rubber-mount), S (Sport, Springer, or Standard), ST (Softail), T (FRAME MOUNTED FAIRING), WG (Wide Glide), SE (Screamin’ Eagle), U (Ultra) X ((19'-21' FRONT WHEEL NO FLOORBOARDS. except 2008 FXDF which has a 16" frSacramento is the capital of the U.S. state of California, and the county seat of Sacramento County. Located along the Sacramento River and just south of the American River's confluence in California's expansive Central Valley, it is the seventh-largest city in California. With a 2007 estimated population of 460,242, it is also California's 2nd largest inland city.[3] Sacramento is the core cultural and economic center of its four-county metropolitan area (El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo counties) with a combined population of 2,136,604. The Sacramento Metropolitan Area is the largest in the Central Valley, and is the fourth-largest in California, behind the Greater Los Angeles Area, the San Francisco Bay Area, and the San Diego area. Greater Sacramento has been cited as one of the five "most livable" regions in America in 2004,[4] and the city was cited by Time magazine as America's most integrated in 2002.[5]Sacramento became a city due to the efforts of John Sutter, a Swiss immigrant, and James W. Marshall. Sacramento grew faster due to the protection of Sutter's Fort, which was established by Sutter in 1839. During the California Gold Rush, Sacramento was a major distribution point, a commercial and agricultural center, and a terminus for wagon trains, stagecoaches, riverboats, the telegraph, the Pony Express, and the First Transcontinental Railroad.California State University, Sacramento, more commonly known as Sacramento State or Sac State, is the major local university. It is one of the twenty-three campuses of the California State University system. In addition, the University of California, Davis is located in nearby Davis, just west of the capital.Amtrak provides passenger rail service to the city of Sacramento. The Sacramento Valley Rail Station is located on the corner of 5th and I streets near the historic Old Town Sacramento and as of April, 2007, is currently undergoing extensive renovations. The station also serves as an RT light rail terminus.Amtrak California operates the Capitol Corridor, a multiple-frequency service providing service from the capital city to its northeastern suburbs and the San Francisco Bay Area.[citation needed]Sacramento is also the northern terminus of the Amtrak San Joaquins route which provide direct multiple-frequency passenger rail service to California's Central Valley as far as Bakersfield; Thruway Motorcoach connections are available from the trains at Bakersfield to Southern California and Southern Nevada.Sacramento is also a stop along Amtrak's Coast Starlight route which provides scenic service to Seattle via Klamath Falls and Portland to the north and to Los Angeles via San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara to the south.Amtrak's California Zephyr also serves Sacramento daily and provides service to the east serving Reno, Salt Lake, Denver, Omaha, Chicago and intermediate cities.The Sacramento Valley Rail Station also provides numerous Thruway Motorcoach routes. One route serves the cities of Marysville, Oroville, Chico, Corning, Red Bluff and Redding with additional service to Yreka and even Medford, Oregon. A second serves the cities of Roseville, Rocklin, Auburn, Colfax, Truckee, Reno and Sparks. The third and final thruway motorcoach route serves Placerville, Lake Tahoe, Stateline Casinos, and Carson City, Nevada. Each of these routes provides multiple  ultra classic ulysses v-rod v-twin v2 wide glide willie g
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON OF FOLSOM
MOTORCYCLE COLLISION CENTER
  WE HAVE MOVED TO A NEW REPAIR FACILITY IN ROCKLIN!  IT IS LOCATED AT 4051 ALVIS CT. SUITE 4 - CLICK HERE
Harley Davidson Folsom is proud of our recently upgraded, state-of-the-art free-standing collision, PDI & race facility. Our professional staff consistently provide high-quality customer service in both the handling of brand-new Harley-Davidson® and Buell® Motorcycles, and the expert repair of motorcycles damaged in accidents. This facility also serves as a receiving point for new crated units from the Harley-Davidson factory.  We carefully unbox, inspect and prepare each new motorcycle with the utmost care to make them showroom-ready for our Folsom dealership. This facility is also the home hub of the 4 time NHRA championship winning Rocklin Motorsports race team.
Our collision repair staff can receive your accident damaged motorcycle directly during regular business hours from you or your tow company if the bike cannot be ridden.  Each bike is carefully evaluated and comprehensive estimates of parts and labor are prepared.  We work directly with insurance companies to make sure the path to getting your motorcycle back on the road is as smooth and effortless as possible for you. There are varying lead-times in obtaining factory-original replacement painted parts, however it is our goal to assemble the parts and accessories needed to complete repairs on each bike as quickly as possible to get you back on the road.
If you have any questions please call
Matt Guidera @ (916) 630-1489
collision.folsom.hd@gmail.com
Steve Seruset - 19 Years
Senior Tech
Master of Technology
Race Team Specialist
MMI Grad
Pual Garibaldi
Collision Repair Specialist
Harley-Davidson of Folsom
Collision & Repair Center
4051 Alvis Court #4
 Rocklin, CA  95677
(916) 630-1489
8:00 am - 5 pm  Mon-Fri
damaged paint
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bent forks
damaged exhaust pipes
twisted frames
bent wheels
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damaged seats
sissy bars
broken lights
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damaged brake lines & brake levers
damaged clutch levers and cables
damaged engines
damaged transmissionsdamaged paint
bent handlebars
bent forks
damaged exhaust pipes
twisted frames
bent wheels
cracked or smashed fairings
crushed and cut wiring
damaged seats
sissy bars
broken lights
broken rear view mirrors
damaged brake lines & brake levers
damaged clutch levers and cables
damaged engines
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