Harley-Davidson has featured a new motorcycle on its Indian website that will soon be added to its product portfolio for the said country. Known as the Street Rod 750, its model page features a coming soon tagline on the official website of Harley-Davidson India. The model is based on the Street 750 that was launched in India back in the year 2014.
Although inspired from the Street 750, the Street Rod 750 is quite different from the former. Visually, the Street Rod 750 features a new drag style straight handle-bar, bar-end mirrors, headlamp cowl, circular headlamp and a beefier 43 mm USD fork setup up-front.
Also on offer is a split-seat setup, LED tail light, LED turn indicators, blacked out engine and exhaust setup and a 3.5 inch electronic speedometer with an odometer and tripmeter. Suspension duties at the rear are taken care of by a piggyback shock setup.
Dimension wise, the Street Rod 750 has a seat height of 765 mm, ground clearance of 205 mm and a wheelbase of 1510 mm while the model measures 2130 mm in length. The model comes with a 13 litre signature tear-drop designed fuel tank. The 17 inch wheels come wrapped in 120/70 section and 160/60 section tyres at the front and rear respectively.
The Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 tips the scales at 229 kgs (dry weight) while the wet weight stands at 238 kgs. Braking duties are taken care of by a dual disc brake setup with dual piston calipers at the front and a single disc brake setup at the rear. ABS is likely to be available as an option.
Powering the Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750 is the same engine as the street 750. This motor though, has now been tuned to produce 65 Nm at 3750 rpm and the power output, according to the company, is 18% more than that of the regular Street 750 engine. This engine would send power to the rear wheel via six speed transmission. Although unconfirmed, this engine is most likely to be a BS-IV compliant engine. Stay tuned for updates.
Following is an image gallery of the Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750 (click to expand):