Harley Davidson Night Rod Special For Sale
The 2007 Harley Davidson Night Rod Special is a premium cruiser style bike and is powered by a 1,250cc V-Twin engine which puts out 125bhp. It's an evolution of the Night Rod.
- Stylish, fast, engine, brakes, slipper clutch
- Heavy, riding position, suspension
What Is It?
The Night Rod Special is powered by a liquid cooled four stroke 1247 cc Revolution V-Twin, producing 125bhp at 8,250rpm. ABS is optional.
- Steel frame with cast Aluminium swing arm
- Dual front 300mm discs with 2 piston Brembo calipers
- Rear 300mm disc with 2 piston Brembo caliper
- Front 43mm upside down fork with 102mm travel
- Rear pre-load adjustable shocks with 74mm travel
- Slipper clutch
- LED tail light
- 240mm rear tyre
- Carbon fibre drive belt
- 5 speed gearbox
The Night Rod Special is based on the 2006 Night Rod but with a fatter rear tyre and 5 split spoke wheels. The seat also sits 5mm higher and there is the black-on-black paint scheme. In terms of wheels the front is 19", the rear 18" and both feature pinstripes. There is even a power socket under the seat.
A hands free key fob and ABS make up the optional security package. The fob locks the bike when you walk away and unlocks on your return.
Check out the V-Rod Muscle as well because it's the same basic frame and engine but with different styling.
Available colours: black, pearl, blue, orange, red, green and grey.
Did You Know?
It's also known as the VRSCDX
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