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Image gallery: 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750

09 Mar 2017 / 1

Harley-Davidson India has added a new iteration to the Street range called the Street Rod 750. Though the Street Rod 750 shares its underpinnings with regular model, it gets a completely new design theme, taking its styling cues from the Harley-Davidson XR1200X that can be seen with the new fairing, split-seat design and the rear panel. The Street Rod 750 gets drag-style handlebars with bar-end mirrors. It also comes with new 43mm inverted front forks and rear piggyback shocks that Harley claims to offer increased suspension travel and are tuned for a sportier ride and greater lean angles. More importantly, the Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750 comes with the new High Output Revolution X 750 engine. Details of the 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750 here.

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The 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750 gets a new paint scheme

 

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The Street Rod 750 measures 2,130mm in length (-85mm) while the ground clearance is 205mm (+60mm)

 

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The Street Rod 750 gets drag-style handlebars with bar-end mirrors

 

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The Street Rod 750 features LED tail lights and turn indicators

 

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The Street Rod 750 gets dual-disc brakes, and ABS is likely to be a standard feature

 

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The split seat on the Harley-Davidson Street Rod gives it a sporty touch

 

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Notice the all-new rear design of the Harley-Davidson Street Rod



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