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Harley's middle-weight Street Rod punches above its weight class

The most nimble motorcycle in the Harley Davidson range.
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Harley Davidson's new Street Rod is less about being a highway cruiser and more about powering through busy city streets with a nimble ride and American-built muscle. The bike is powered by their Revolution X 750 Engine, which has more power and torque than the standard X 750. It also gets a larger air box, dual-throat throttle body, updated four-valve cylinder heads, high-lift camshafts, and a higher-volume muffler. 

Other features include 43mm inverted forks with an aluminum triple clamp, coil-over rear shock absorbers, Split 7 Spoke Black Cast wheels, Michelin Scorcher tires, and dual 300mm front disc brakes. The bike also has a higher seat height, street fighter-inspired tail, and LED tail lamps and turn signals. 

From $8,699,

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