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Vincent January 20, 2014 at - Reply
The white customized HD is the best of the lot, I guess as the 7-spoke alloys give it a standard appearance akin to the Sportster 883XL. Addition of Screamin’ eagle exhaust and intake filter makes it look even more exotic. The factory fit model with the weird alloys, however seems so unHD-like and pretentious.
I hope they add candy color next year or so as an optional customizaton.



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He said they should have a candy color option, interesting. I wonder if HD will consider custom colors for different markets.
 

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He said they should have a candy color option, interesting. I wonder if HD will consider custom colors for different markets.
So they have the Street listed under the "Dark Custom" on the harley-davidson.com website so it stands to reason that all the options available on the other dark custom bikes would be available on the street too, here's hoping!
 

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I believe to keep the price down Harley will have to limit the number of options from the factory

To make up for that I have heard the accessories brochure is going to be very large. So we will have lots of options for customization.
 

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The less options the better, just as long as what they deliver is good enough, most shouldn't complain. Plus they can make more money selling accessories, I know HD already does that.
 

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dont click on the link folks. its spam.


are these some kind of custom Street 750s?



here is the street we know


closeup of rims
 

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Depends. On my Street Rod a shock like that would interfere with my saddlebags. If I rotated the shock 180 degrees so the reservoir was facing forward (dorky, but hey) the reservoir would foul the passenger peg bracket.

The reservoir buys you some compression adjustability but what I have found is that on my bikes that have reservoir shocks, once I set compression damping I never change it. I only fool with rebound damping, and even then only two or three clicks around my base setting.
 

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Hi everyone,
Any reviews about the bike yet. Saw all the modifications at auto expo delhi and was really happy to to see them :). Planning to buy one of these but still not sure.
 

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Welcome to the forum kushan! What are you waiting for! They have great offers and incentives for financing on the 750 model in India. Its going to be a great seller
 

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Hi everyone,
Any reviews about the bike yet. Saw all the modifications at auto expo delhi and was really happy to to see them :). Planning to buy one of these but still not sure.
Hey Kushan, Welcome to the forum.

At this price range you wont get anything better than Harley Davidson, I haven't seen or ride it but would definitely be booking it on 1st.

How was your experience seeing the stock bike in auto expo?
 
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