Harley Davidson XG 750 Street Rod

   

Make Model

Harley Davidson XG 750 Street Rod

Year

2017

Engine

Four stroke, Revolution X™ 60° V-Twin, SOHC, 4 valves per cylinder.

Capacity

749 cc / 46 cub in
Bore x Stroke 85 x 66 mm
Cooling System Liquid cooled
Compression Ratio 12.0:1
Oil Capacity  3.1 Litres / 3.3 US qt.
Exhaust Black two-into-one exhaust

Induction

Mikuni Twin Port Fuel Injection, 42 mm bore

Ignition 

Electronic
Starting Electric

Max Torque

63.9 Nm ./ 47.2 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm

Transmission 

6 Speed
Final Drive Belt
Primary Drive Gear, 36/68 ratio
Gear Ratio 1st 14.272 / 2nd 10.074 / 3rd 7.446 / 4th 6.006 / 5th 5.037 / 6th 4.533
Front Suspension 43mm upside down forks
Rear Suspension Dual shock absorbers with external reservoirs

Front Brakes

2X 300mm floated discs 2 piston

Rear Brakes

Singe floated disc 2 piston
Front Wheel Black, 7-Split Open Spoke Cast Aluminum
Rear Wheel Black, 7-Split Open Spoke Cast Aluminum

Front Tyre

120/70 R17 V

Rear Tyre

160/60 R17 V
Rake 27°
Trail 100 mm / 3.9 in
Dimension Length  2131 mm / 83.9 in
Wheelbase 1508 mm / 59.4 in
Seat Height Laden 746.7 mm / 29.4 in
Unladen 764.5 mm / 30.1 in
Ground Clearance 205.7  mm / 8.1 in.

Dry Weight

 225.4 kg / 497 lbs
Wet Weight 234 kg / 516 lbs

Fuel Capacity

13.1 Litres / 3.5 US gal

 

High-Output Revolution X Engine and Refined Chassis Deliver More Power and Nimble Handling

The new Harley-Davidson® Street Rod™ motorcycle is a muscular middle-weight built to blitz the city streets. An addition to the Harley-Davidson® Street™ model family, the Street Rod is agile, powerful and tuned for maneuvering through traffic and congestion. Steeped in tough Harley-Davidson® Dark Custom™ styling, bearing a stance that’s poised and aggressive, the Street Rod always looks ready for action.

“The Street Rod will put the thrill in any urban commute,” said Mathew Weber, Harley-Davidson Chief Engineer for the Street Rod. “We’ve paired the potent new High Output Revolution X 750 engine with a revised chassis and up-rated suspension components to make the Street Rod quick, light-handling and easy to ride.”

The Street Rod backs up its performance with a liberal dose of Harley-Davidson Dark Custom styling.

“We made this new bike look tough and aggressive,” said Harley-Davidson Lead Designer Chetan Shedjale. “This aligns with the environment our riders will experience this motorcycle in. The inverted, black-anodized forks and triple clamps along with a new speed screen combine to add visual mass to the Street Rod front end. The increased ground clearance and new 17-inch wheels give the Street Rod an intimidating stance. Finally, a supercharger-inspired air intake and the deeper growl of the exhaust note draw attention to the High Output Revolution X engine.”

The High Output Revolution X 750 engine produces 18 percent more horsepower and 8 percent more torque than the standard Revolution X 750 engine (U.S. and Canada markets only). The new single overhead-cam V-Twin engine features a larger air box, a new dual-throat throttle body, revised four-valve cylinder heads and high-lift camshafts, and a higher-volume muffler. The compression ratio is bumped from 11.0:1 to 12.0:1, and the engine redline is increased from 8,000 to 9,000 rpm.

“We’ve improved air flow and then tuned this new engine to maximize mid-range torque,” said Weber. “It really delivers a punch between 3,000 and 5,000 rpm, power you can always feel and use in real-world riding situations. Liquid cooling helps maintain that performance and rider comfort in stop-and-go urban traffic.”

The new Street Rod chassis is engineered to match the performance of the High Output Revolution X engine. The front end features rigid 43mm inverted forks gripped by a lightweight aluminum triple clamp. Fork rake angle is tightened from 32 to 27 degrees to quicken the steering. Coil-over rear shock absorbers have an external reservoir to increase fluid capacity and improve control. The shocks increase the rear suspension travel by 31 percent, to 4.6 inches. A new swing arm is slightly longer to accommodate the taller ride height, and has new performance-inspired styling. Lean angle is increased from 28.5 degrees left and right to 37.3 degrees right and 40.2 degrees left. The Street Rod rolls on light-weight, 17-inch front and rear Split 7 Spoke Black Cast Wheels and new Michelin Scorcher 21 radial tires. Dual 300mm-diameter front disc brakes deliver confident stopping power. Anti-Lock Braking (ABS) and the Harley-Davidson Smart Security System are factory-installed options for the Street Rod.

“The Street Rod is the most nimble motorcycle in the current Harley-Davidson line-up,” said Weber. “Tires, wheels, suspension and frame geometry are engineered to work together and deliver handling that’s light and precise at all speeds.”

A new seat shape is designed to fit the rider’s contour, and seat height is raised by 3.7 inches, to 29.4 inches, to enhance the rider’s view forward over traffic. A flat, drag-style handlebar puts the rider in a fist-forward posture on the bike. The Street Rod also features new forged foot controls and aluminum foot pegs that are positioned for a comfortable seating position that also makes it easy for riders to get feet down to the ground at stops.

Street Rod styling highlights include a new color-matched speed screen, a short aggressive street fighter-inspired tail, and all-new LED tail lamp and turn signals with a Street Rod signature look.

The Street Rod will be offered in three color options: Vivid Black, Charcoal Denim, and Olive Gold.