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Harley-Davidson V ROD VRSCB '04 2800km

Harley-Davidson V ROD VRSCB '04 2800km (2004)

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Make Harley-Davidson
Model V ROD VRSCB '04 2800km
Type moto
Construction year 2004
KM 2787
Cilinder displacement 1131
Gears manual
Steering left hand drive


2800km since new

Part exchange of an open classic sportscar is possible.

V-Rod sold new in Belgium and remained with the first owner until 2021 who had it serviced annually but hardly used. Extremely low certified mileage of 2800 km.
Completely original but with screamineagle exhaust for a beautiful sound. Belgian COC, new condition and roadworthy. A rare pearl.

Description of the model :
The V-Twin, christened Revolution by Harley, was the result of a partnership with German Porsche
and for that reason alone was seen by many as high treason on the part of the American manufacturer.
As if that wasn't bad enough for American purists, the bike wasn't even produced at Harley's home base in Milwaukee,
but in Bleu Springs-Kansas City, Missouri.
The V-Rod was introduced by Harley in 2001 as the first member of a new family of Performance Custom motorcycles.
As mentioned, the Americans called on Porsche to power the V-Rod, which developed a new 1,130cc V-Twin
which was good for 115 horsepower at 8,250 rpm before a limiter put an end to the revelry at 9,000 rpm.
The new liquid-cooled engine was in many ways inspired by Harley's VR1000 factory racer, which the brand had attempted to break into racing.
For the first time in Harley history, techniques such as double overhead camshafts, hydraulic adjusting valves and fuel injection were used.


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