Otherwise, the machine is the same basic platform familiar to FLH fans. The 1340cc air-cooled V-twin employs pushrods and fiddle-free hydraulic lifters to operate its two valves per cylinder. Dual mufflers handle spent gases. A five-speed gearbox delivers power to the quiet, smooth, clean, low-maintenance belt final drive. Both ends permit air-pressure adjustment for load changes. The nostalgic theme is furthered by a traditional wide tank (with a dummy cap housing the fuel gauge on the left side) and full fenders, complete with marker lights and bumpers, wrapped around cast 10-spoke wheels with fat 16-inch tires decorated with narrow whitewalls. Distinctive Road King styling touches include the old-fashioned headlight nacelle and a pair of 30-watt spotlights (which Harley calls Passing Lamps).