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DIMENSIONS
Length - 2225 mm
Ground Clearance - 145 mm
Wheelbase - 1535 mm

Tires,
Front Specification - 100/80 R17
Rear Specification - 140/75 R15
Fuel Capacity - 13.1 l
Weight, In Running Order - 222 kg

ENGINE
Engine Liquid-cooled, Revolution X™ V-Twin
Bore -85 mm
Stroke - 66 mm
Displacement - 749 cc
Compression Ratio - 10.5:1


DRIVETRAIN

Primary Drive - Gear, 36/68 ratio
Gear Ratios (overall) 1st - 14.52
Gear Ratios (overall) 2nd - 10.07
Gear Ratios (overall) 3rd - 7.45
Gear Ratios (overall) 4th - 6.00
Gear Ratios (overall) 5th - 5.04
Gear Ratios (overall) 6th - 4.53S

CHASSIS
Wheels,

Front - Type Black, 7-Spoke Cast Aluminum with Machined Rim HighlightsWheels,
Rear - Type Black, 7-Spoke Cast Aluminum with Machined Rim Highlights
Brakes, Caliper Type - 2-piston floated front and rear


PERFORMANCE

Engine Torque Testing Method - IS 14599Engine
Torque - 60 Nm
Engine Torque (rpm) - 4000

ELECTRIC
Lights (as per country regulation), Headlamp - 55-watt low beam, 60-watt high beam quartz halogen



1 Recommended 91 octane or higher fuel (R+M)/2.
2 Values shown are nominal. Performance may vary by country and region.
3 Standard and optional fuel systems may vary by country.
4 See motorcycle owner’s manual for complete details.
5 Estimated from fuel economy tests on a sample motorcycle from the corresponding family conducted by Harley-Davidson under ideal laboratory conditions. Not all motorcycle models undergo fuel economy testing. Fuel economy and mileage may vary among motorcycle models within a family. Your mileage may vary depending on your personal riding habits, weather conditions, trip length, vehicle condition and vehicle configuration and other conditions. Break-in mileage may vary.
6 Measurement reflects 180 lb. (81.7 kg) operator weight.
7 North America security system includes immobilizer; outside North America the security system includes immobilizer and siren.
8 Standard and optional wheels may vary by country and region.
 

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@autonut ,lol it's not a brief specs it contains everything about bike :p
Interesting in HD website rear tyre size is 140 ,but in this RTO registration it's mentioned 150 @[email protected]
And we're did u get this info ???
LOL!! :p

Yeah Santhosh Kumar that size of rear tyre is confusing infact! This is the part of document they have submitted to all the authorities including ARAI. So such a mistake cannot happen as this document is very valied. Anyways.. Lets wait and see ;)

THIS document is final and is issued by International Centre for Automotive Technology to H-DMCIL, and H-DMCIL used this document to get approval from all RTO of all states. This particualar file is from the KERALA Motor Vehicle Department's website.
 

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See the brochure I got from dealership initially said 65 nm @ 4000 rpm and now everywhere they are saying 60 nm.

that's disappointing :(
 

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See the brochure I got from dealership initially said 65 nm @ 4000 rpm and now everywhere they are saying 60 nm.

that's disappointing :(
Forget all that!
Check the link in post #5 for complete spec of Street 750.

Rear tyre seems to be 150 wide instead of 140 as commented by many.
That cycle world dyno reports says the bike reaches 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds, which means 0-96 km/hr in 4.3 seconds.
We gotta wait and see till a good TD.
 

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i checked with one of my friend who works for Motor Vehicle Department. As per his update this info should be accurate. This would have been verified by Government.
 

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Forget all that!
Check the link in post #5 for complete spec of Street 750.

Rear tyre seems to be 150 wide instead of 140 as commented by many.
That cycle world dyno reports says the bike reaches 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds, which means 0-96 km/hr in 4.3 seconds.
We gotta wait and see till a good TD.
At least it's wider and not more narrow :D
 

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A wider rear tire only serves to slow steering down and make the bike want to stand up and run straight in corners. Race bikes use wide rear tires so they can develop enough traction to allow large throttle openings while the bike is leaned over fifty plus degrees to accelerate out of corners. On a street bike a wide rear tire is nothing more than a styling gimmick. You don't need it or really want it for best handling.

My old R80GS makes about 60 horses at the crank (it has 1000 cc barrels, pistons and rings now), weighs in at 410 lbs wet but with my big fat carcass on the bike probably weighs as much as a typlical Indian male on a Street, so it's power to weight ratio with me on it is about the same as you on a Street. The rear tire is sized 120/80-18, not much different than the front tire sizes on my K100RS and Street Rod with XR1200 wheels. Guess what? I can't slide it with the power the bike makes so there is no reason for a wider rear tire. Anything wider would just spoil the bike's amazing agility on and off road.
 

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i checked with one of my friend who works for Motor Vehicle Department. As per his update this info should be accurate. This would have been verified by Government.
This document is 101% real. Any deviations in original equipments would be questionable.:p
So carry a copy of this document when u go for the TD ;)
 

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Here is a reason for worry! Look at the below link for specs given in H-DMCIL website. This doesn't match the parameters they have submitted to RTO authorities.

Street 750 Motorcycles | Harley-Davidson India

http://www.keralamvd.gov.in/images/mvd/vehicleapproval/harleydavidson/1563-14-xg 750.pdf

From this, it is to be assumed that few vital parameters were different in the test mule given to ARAI than the production bikes. This is a serious violation unless they submit a revised Spec Sheet to RTO authorities.

How do you take this? Are they cheating us or is it like this with all vehicles?
 

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Why would the government give a rip what size tire is on a bike? Most of my bikes don't have the same sized tires that the manufacturer put on them. So what?
 
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