However, don't get too excited yet. The title page (page 7) for this section is labeled as a "Hypothetical Application." There are other hints that the bike is also hypothetical. On the last page, the "Test Date" is listed as July 2007. The names of the bikes Heritage Ultra Tail and Heritage Ultra Tail Special sound more like jokes than anything Harley would bring to market, and a bike with a big, modern engine is unlikely to be called a Heritage. The designations FLHTRSHCE and FLHTR-SE-9 are those of current models, but an engine that different would likely be part of a new family, with new designations. The projected sales figures 34,000 units a year also seems slightly high for a bike that would certainly top $20,000. Finally, we doubt that any major vehicle manufacturer would permit such sensitive info to be released on a public website.