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According to several websites the DL1000's water cooled V-twin makes 98 HP. On a 457 pound bike that provides very strong performance.

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Horse power


According to several websites the DL1000's water cooled V-twin makes 98 HP. On a 457 pound bike that provides very strong performance.

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