2007 Harley Davidsoon VRSCR Street Rod

Harley Davidson releases specifications for the 2007 VRSCR Street Rod

Blending a sport-tuned suspension and Brembo performance brakes, the VRSCR Street Rod is a muscular roadster with stylish attitude. Mid-mount foot controls and a 40-degree lean angle put the rider to an aggressive riding posture. Handling is precise with a wider and higher handlebar for finer control and ergonomically enhanced rear brake lever. With a fork angle of 32 degrees and a wheelbase of 66.8 inches, the Street Rod is an exhilarating motorcycle designed to let riders to attack twisty back roads with confidence. The 43mm inverted forks and rear shocks have a performance calibration for precise handling. An 1130cc liquid-cooled Revolution V-Twin engine with straight-shot dual exhaust pipes produces 120 horsepower and 80 ft. lbs. of torque. New "high-tech" finishes and radical denim paint give riders more options to customize the VRSCR. Offered in five solid colors, including new Pacific Blue Denim and Pewter Pearl Denim.

  • Liquid-cooled, 1130cc Revolution V-Twin engine
  • 120 hp at 8250 rpm/80 ft. lbs. torque at 7000 rpm
  • Chrome straight-shot dual exhaust pipes
  • Five-gallon under-seat fuel cell
  • 32-degree fork angle
  • 40-degree lean angle
  • 43mm inverted forks
  • Brembo triple-disc brakes
  • Braided brake lines
  • Powder-coated hydroformed frame
  • High performance carbon fiber final drive belt
  • Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
  • Adjustable handlebar
  • Mid-mount foot controls
  • Black, Staggered 10-spoke Cast Aluminum rear wheel, 19-inch front wheel
  • Plastic radiator shroud with twin vortex air scoops
  • Teardrop reflector-optic headlight
  • Clock and dual trip meter
  • New clutch interlock system