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2022 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® 114 vs Fat Bob® 114 in Tampa

2022 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® 114 vs Fat Bob® 114 in Tampa

Learn about the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® 114 vs 2022 Harley-Davidson® Fat Bob® 114 when you get in touch with our Harley-Davidson® of Tampa dealership. The Street Bob® comes in more vibrant color options than the Fat Bob®. You'll be able to choose from Fastback Blue, Redline Red, Gauntlet Gray Metallic, and Vivid Black. The Fat Bob® comes in White Sand Pearl and Vivid Black. Both bikes offer good power and capability, but the Street Bob® has a grittier look and feel. As a stripped-down bobber, we think you'll love the blacked-out features and outstanding control.

Rider Profile

While the Street Bob® 114 and the Fat Bob® 114 are classified as cruisers, the Street Bob® offers a stretched riding position. The Fat Bob® offers a relaxed riding position, which doesn't feel as aggressive in city riding situations. The Street Bob® also offers mid-mount foot controls compared with the forward foot controls of the Fat Bob®. Both bikes come with a passenger seat, but the passenger seat on the Street Bob® is slightly disconnected while the seat on the Fat Bob® is connected to the main seat. The seat on the Fat Bob® is also higher in the back, making it a little harder to get on and off the bike quickly, especially with a passenger. Find out how the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® 114 differs from the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Fat Bob® 114.

Comfort and Convenience

Two features on the Street Bob® 114 that stand out include the Softail-inspired frame and the stylish new colorways. The frame retains many of the original Softail lines but offers a more responsive ride that gives you a smooth and balanced ride. With the stylish new colorways, you'll be able to choose from four distinct paint schemes. One of the schemes includes the classic "1" graphic printed on the side. One nice feature of the Fat Bob® 114 is the race-style fork technology, which is designed to improve the response to steering input and braking performance. Get to know the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® 114 vs 2022 Harley-Davidson® Fat Bob® 114 comfort and convenience features when you contact us for a test ride. Get to know the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® 114 and the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Fat Bob® 114.

Chassis and Mechanical

When it comes to the drivetrain, the two bikes include the same gears with the same ratios. The front fork on the Street Bob® offers a dual-bending valve 49mm telescopic with aluminum fork triple clamps. The Fat Bon offers a single-cartridge 43mm inverted front fork with aluminum fork triple clamps. The rear shocks use hidden, free-piston, coil-over mono shocks that offer a 43mm stroke on the Street Bob® and 56mm on the Fat Bob®. You'll also get different wheels. The Street Bob® boasts black, Annihilator cast aluminum wheels while the Fat Bob® uses Denim Black cast aluminum wheels. Explore the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® 114 vs 2022 Harley-Davidson® Fat Bob® 114 mechanical features and options.

Engine

Both bikes use a Milwaukee-Eight® 114 engine with a 4.016-inch bore and 4.5-inch stroke. You'll also get 114 cubic inches of displacement on both bikes. The compression and fuel system are also the same. One difference is the exhaust system. The Street Bob® uses a 2-into-2 offset shotgun exhaust while the Fat Bob® uses a 2-into-2 shorty dual exhaust system. Both vehicles essentially offer the same amount of torque, though the Fat Bob® is reported to have a nominal 1 pound-feet of torque advantage. The Street Bob has a virtually identical left and right lean angle of 28.5 degrees. With the Fat Bob®, you'll get a right lean angle of 31 and a left lean angle of 32 degrees. Talk with us about the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® 114 and the 2022 Harley-Davidson® Fat Bob® 114 at our dealership. Get in touch with our Harley-Davidson® of Tampa dealership to find out more.

Discuss your options for taking a test ride when you visit our dealership. We recommend you schedule your test ride before you come down, and we can help you secure a vehicle that makes sense for your personal needs. Talk with us about your options, and we can provide you with suggestions for customizations and enhancements.

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