2007 Harley Davidson VRSCD Night Rod

Harley Davidson releases specifications for the 2007 VRSCD Night Rod

The menacing VRSCD Night Rod continues to keep the VRSC family on the dark side of the street in 2007 with sinister styling and bold power. With a raked-out, 36-degree fork angle and mid-mount controls for aggressive cruising, the Night Rod rides in the shadows with color-matched speed screen visor, chrome Straight-shot Dual exhaust, Black Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum wheels and blacked-out components. The highway pegs are standard for a laid-back ride. The Revolution V-Twin engine is finished in black powder-coat with highlighted fins and polished covers. A five-gallon fuel tank lies under a low seat. Optional Black, Staggered 10-spoke Cast Aluminum wheels are available for a more aggressive look. The Night Rod can also be ordered with chrome engine covers and a Smart Security system. Three color choices include Vivid Black, Yellow Pearl and new Pacific Blue Pearl.

* Liquid-cooled, 1130cc Revolution V-Twin engine
* 120 hp at 8250 rpm/ 80 ft. lbs. torque at 7000 rpm
* Black powder-coated engine with highlighted fins and polished covers
* 36-degree fork angle
* 49mm forks
* Brembo triple-disc brakes
* New five-gallon under-seat fuel cell
* New ignition switch location
* Black powder-coated hydroformed frame
* High performance carbon fiber final drive belt
* Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
* Adjustable handlebar
* Machined, Slotted Disc Cast Aluminum 18-inch rear wheel, 19-inch front wheel
* Radiator shroud with twin vortex air scoops
* Black mirrors, hand controls and springs
* Round reflector-optic headlight
* Color-matched speed screen visor
* Chrome, Straight-shot Dual exhaust
* Low 26-inch seat height
* Mid-mount controls with highway pegs
* Clock and dual trip meter
* New clutch interlock system

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