Black Onyx is a finish featured on the exhaust of the darkest styling treatments offered for CVO Road Glide and CVO Street Glide models. This “physical vapour deposition” finish is applied over chrome. The finish was originally developed for military-spec and jewellery applications. It’s verydurable but also so thin that in bright light the underlying chrome is visible through the Black Onyx finish.
HIGH PERFORMANCE ENGINES
The Milwaukee-Eight® 117 is exclusive to CVO models and features 117 cubic inch displacement, a high-performance camshaft and intake, an elevated 10.2:1 compression ratio and produces up to 125 ft. lbs. of torque. For 2019 the Milwaukee-Eight 117 for CVO is identified by a bright Blaze Red band on the engine rocker boxes.
NEW Boom!TM Box GTS infotainment system is standard on each 2019 CVO model.
Wireless Headset with Bluetooth interface to the Boom! Box GTS eliminates cables and enables the same functions as wired headset with premium sound quality. The headset has a range of up to one mile and can communicate with up to eight other compatible headsets. The CVO Limited model is delivered with two wireless headsets; the CVO Street Glide and CVO Road Glide models include a single headset.
The Tyre Pressure Monitoring System displays current front and rear tyre pressure on the Boom! Box screen and issues an alert when pressure is low to warn the rider to make a check, or if pressure is being lost due to puncture.
PREMIUM BOOM!TM AUDIO
CVO Street Glide: Six Boom!TM Stage II bi-amped speakers (paired in the fairing, lowers and saddlebag lids) with 150 watts per channel from three separate 300-watt amplifiers for 900-watts total power – the most outrageous factory-installed Harley-Davidson audio system designed to surround the rider in rich, clear sound.
CVO Limited: Four Boom! Stage I speakers (paired in fairing and Tour-Pak® carrier) powered by a single amplifier and 75-watts per channel.
CVO Road Glide: Four Boom! Stage II bi-amped speakers (paired in fairing and saddlebag lids) with 150-watts of power per channel from two separate 300-watt amplifiers for 600-watts total power.