Looking into a 2003 dyna

Discussion in 'Dyna Models' started by badongescubil, Jul 16, 2009.

  1. badongescubil

    badongescubil Member

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    Hi Guys,
    First off I want to express my sincerest gratitude to this forum, can't express enough how happy I am to be part of it. Ok here goes, I might get a chance to get a 2003 Dyna Glide Lowrider in a couple of months. Is there a big difference between the 2007 Dyna and the 2003 outside appearance. Like I currently own a 2005 Sportster and there's a big diffrence with the pre-2004 models because it's rubber mounted. And the 2007 sportsters up are fuel-injected already. Thanks again for the help.
     
  2. CIB1Infantry

    CIB1Infantry Member

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    The differences I know of between the 03 and the 07 dyna's are...
    03 carbed, 5 speed, 88 C.I
    07 EFI, 6 speed, and 96 C.I.
    If you don't consider these big differences then no, there aren't any big differences :D
     
  3. dolt

    dolt Senior Member Contributor

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    '03 stronger bottom end, forged crank and, I think, the last year for the Timken crank bearing.

    '03 150mm rear tire; '07 160mm rear tire.

    Like the previous poster says, the big differences are displacement and transmission.
     
  4. BigTom

    BigTom Member

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    2002 was last year for Timken
     
  5. dolt

    dolt Senior Member Contributor

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    You are right, my bad and I stand corrected.
     
  6. badongescubil

    badongescubil Member

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    Thanks guys. The 2007 dyna he was selling was going for 50% more than how much the 2003 was. Not too hot on any EFI models but feels the 6 speed and bigger displacement is a reason for envy. Again really appreciate all the comments.
     
  7. maine-e-axe

    maine-e-axe Junior Member

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    The FX dyna models was redesigned in 06, the frame and all.
     
  8. maxxod

    maxxod New Member

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    2003 has 39mm fork tubes
    2007 has 49mm fork tubes
     
  9. shrini23

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    My personal opinion go for a EFI, it's much better and lesser maintenance compared to the carb...I've a EFI and I used to have a carb.