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Hi HD Lovers,

Checkout the attached pdf file for "Harley Davidson Street 750 accessories price list for India"

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Devender Singh
 

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this accessories list is been circulating, not sure if this is authentic and prices are accurate

Somebody mentioned these catalogs are in ppt format and HD as author but same doesnt stand for the pdf file

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this accessories list is been circulating, not sure if this is authentic and prices are accurate

Somebody mentioned these catalogs are in ppt format and HD as author but same doesnt stand for the pdf file

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I got this in PDF format from Delhi HD dealer.
 

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"Universal helmet locks". Wow! Hades just froze over.

Been around a long time. Have one on each bike the wife wears a full face helmet but she does not like hauling it around when we stop.
 

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Lol. I guess I have to take back my statement in one of my previous posts in a different thread.
My first thought was "what is a universal helmet lock?". After all, my padlock could be considered as such.
So, here it is: Universal Mount Helmet Lock-45732-86 | Locks & Keys | Official Harley-Davidson Online Store
Looks like it only fits Big Twins and now the Street. V-Rod owners like me still have to carry their helmets around with them. We're the red-headed step children.
 

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Looks like it only fits Big Twins and now the Street. V-Rod owners like me still have to carry their helmets around with them. We're the red-headed step children.
If you put spacer shims in it will fit a Vrod down tube.
 

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Do you have a photo? I am not seeing this in my mind's eye. Can it go somewhere like a frame tube back by the seat?
Yes, I will take a picture of the one I put on the 03 VRSCA for you tonight or tomorrow and post it so you can see what I am talking about.
 

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I checked with Tuskey Harley in Bangalore and it seems, the approximate price of center stand(Rs. 14000) and Engine guards (Rs. 15000) are accurate. So i believe the list mentioned above is correct.
 

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I noticed in p&a catalog that polished disc brake rotor discs are available. Does anyone have any details about these. Are they sourced from endurance too or are they imported.

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I guess braking accessories are all gonna be Endurance stuff.

Can Brembos be installed on Street 750 aftermarket and what would be the price. I guess since Royal Enfield Continental GT has Brembos, a Street 750 fitment won't break the bank. Better buy than polished rotors I guess!
 

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Not sure about the Street but Harley usually buys brake rotors from Sunstar which is a Japanese company.
 

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I don't think changing the caliper will get you much. Increasing the diameter of the rotor is more effective. Find a larger rotor that matches the Harley bolt hole pattern and then have someone make an adapter bracket for your existing caliper. A tech friend does this with older BMWs, using the old calipers with late model BMW 305 mm rotors and braided stainless steel brake hoses and the resulting brake performance is great by any standard. I did something similar on one of my old BMWs, but I used some old Brembo P432D calipers I had lying around from another project (same caliper Ducati used on the 851 Superbike and pretty close to what they hang on many modern bikes). A local machinest made brackets to mount these on the stock forks at the correct height and offset for the rotors, stock BMW rotors from a K1100 mounted on an old K1100LT (light truck) front wheel.

If you replace the stock caliper with a four piston Brembo caliper, you will have to replace the master cylinder with one that is 1 mm or 2 mm larger diamter, maybe more. Going from two to four pistons means you have to move more brake fluid to squeeze the pads against the rotor. If you don't change the master cylinder to match the caliper(s) lever travel will be excessive and you might run out of lever travel before you can get full pressure at the caliper.
 

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Received the official price list of accessories today. Am not being able to upload it, but basically is the same as the list uploaded here..

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