Harley-Davidson has introduced a new model with some serious flair dubbed the Low Rider El Diablo. This candy red steel horse is a throwback nod to the 1983 FXRT Sport Glide and southern California custom bikes of the 1980s. The El Diablo uses the current Harley-Davidson Low Rider ST as a base. Scheduled for limited production, the new Low Rider El Diablo has the look and muscle to raise hell.
Gunslinger Custom Paint, based in Colorado, applies the custom livery to every Harley-Davidson Low Rider El Diablo motorcycle. The paint livery starts with a base coat of El Diablo Bright Red followed by a secondary layer of Bright Red Sunglo. In addition, bright red pinstriping dresses the motorcycle’s lockable saddlebags, tank sides, fenders, and fairing. Underneath the motorcycle’s show-quality paintwork is the rumbling heart of a 1923cc V-twin engine producing 103-hp and 125 lb.-ft of torque. The engine, exhaust, and front end enhance the Low Rider El Diablo’s signature paintwork in a shadow of black powder coating.
Standard features in the 2022 Harley-Davidson Low Rider El Diablo includes a factory-fitted audio system developed with Rockford Fosgate. Moreover, riders can stream audio via Bluetooth connectivity and enjoy easy listening thanks to a pair of 5.25-inch woofers and a 250-watt amplifier. In addition, ABS and cruise control are standard on the Low Rider El Diablo. Only 1,500 examples of the 2022 Harley-Davidson Low Rider El Diablo are available. So, if you want to get your hands on this bike’s handlebars, you better act fast.
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