Harley Davidson, V-ROD, VRSC, VRSCD Night Rod, VRSCR Street Rod, V-ROD VRSCA, VRSCSE2 Screamin Eagle V-Rod, 2006 , pdf
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Specs and Product-Details:
Production/model years: 06, 2006
Model specification / type: Harley-Davidson Motor Co
2006 Harley-Davidson VRSCD Night Rod
2006 Harley-Davidson VRSCR Street Rod
2006 Harley-Davidson V-ROD VRSCA
2006 Harley-Davidson VRSCSE2 Screamin Eagle V-Rod
Engine: 1130.8 cc, 69.00 cu in, liquid-cooled, Revolution,Â® 60Â° V-Twin, 100.3 Nm (10.2 kgf-m or 74.0 ft.lbs) @ 7000 RPM, 11.3:1, 100.1 x 72.1 mm (3.9 x 2.8 inches), 2 valves per cylinder
Manual Language: English
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The Harley-Davidson V-ROD VRSC, or V-ROD VRSCA, was a sporty line of high-performance V-twin motorbikes, made by Harley-Davidson in 2021 until today. It's notable for being the first Harley-Davidson motorcycle to feature both a modern, twin-cylinder engine with liquid cooling and DOHC; and an older version of the twin-cylinder engine, with four cylinders. Harley-Davidson used its V-rod to launch the HD model, replacing the old HD styled "Stallion" with a new sportier design called the "Stallion GT." Though it was the first bike to use a dual-cylinder engine, the V-ROD VRSCA didn't enter the competitive world right away. Although competing HD bikes came out of nowhere, they actually were the foundation for the future of Harley-Davidson, Inc.
Harley-Davidson put out a couple of limited model years for their V-rod line. Some of these limited edition models featured big, chrome plated heads, but not the ones you find on any normal bike! Limited editions featured big, shiny fenders with black rims. Limited series bikes had red fenders, big chrome plated heads, and even chrome tank pads. Some Harley-Davidson limited series models even had the word "VRSC" stamped right on the side of the bike. For riders looking for something different, the only way to get the bike was through a Harley Davidson dealer.
Harley-Davidson released the HD chopper in 2021. The chopper was intended for those who wanted a powerful motorcycle that also had a sporty feel. In addition to the standard two-piece swingarm, the HD chopper had a unique triple-style frame with a lower bracket and twin chain-driven swing-arm extensions. This made the bike very easy to customize and gave it an aggressive look.
In 2021, the HD tank replaced the older model's design. The tank was designed to allow riders to see the motorcycle's carbon fiber monocoque and also provided protection from the windshield. The new design also incorporated a step-through frame. The step-through frame let the rider feel like he was riding on a true Harley. It was also lightweight and created a sportier look for the HD bike.
A new belt-grip called the Slider caught everyone by surprise. The Slider made use of a single horizontal piece that ran from the top of the back end up the bike's tail. The piece then had the ability to fold up and down as required to adjust to different body types and styles. Sliders also increased the bike's stability, thanks to its newly formed shape.
The HD Harley-Davidson Motor Co Vintage Rider is a long-lasting motorcycle. However, this does not mean that it is without flaws. Despite its rigid structure, the bike did feel as though it was lacking in terms of ride and quality when it was first launched. Some owner's were quick to point out that while the bike is solid, its ride is nowhere near as good as some of Harley's more expensive models. Fortunately, changes have been made to remedy this problem.