Harley Davidson unveiled its new 2017 Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 in India that has been inspired by XR1200X with new headlight cowl, split seat and rear cowl.
Harley Davidson Street Rod is powered by a 749cc Revolution X v-Twin engine generating torque of 62Nm at 3750 rpm which is more than standard Revolution X engine. To make the bike look more aggressive and tough it dawns inverted black-anodized forks and triple clamps along with a new speed screen. All these feature combined adds visual mass to the Street Rod front end. The increased ground clearance and new 17-inch wheels give the Street Rod an intimidating stance.
The new Revolution X v-Twin engine also features a larger air box to maximize mid-range torque so that it can lift extra weight. The engine also features a new dual-throat throttle body, revised four-valve cylinder heads and high-lift camshafts, and a higher-volume muffler.
The Street Rod 750 rides on 17-inch front and rear Split 7 Spoke Black Cast Wheels and new Michelin Scorcher 21 radial tires. Anti-Lock Braking (ABS) and the Harley-Davidson Smart Security System are factory-installed options for the Street Rod.
Improving the tough and aggressive look of the Street Rod 750 are the new color-matched speed screen, a short aggressive street fighter-inspired tail, and all-new LED tail lamp and turn signals with a Street Rod signature look. The Street Rod 750 will be available in three color options: Vivid Black, Charcoal Denim, and Olive Gold.