Why was the V-Rod discontinued?

So why the sudden discontinuation? Without a proper answer from Harley-Davidson, we can only hypothesize on this. One reason may be that the 20-year-old engine no longer meets the Euro 4 emission standards. Other factors could be dwindling sales and the fact that V-Rods have lived out their life. via

How much horsepower does a V-Rod have?

Perhaps the most important feature offered by the V-Rod Muscle® is the 122 hp produced by the 1250cc Revolution® V-Twin. This V-Twin is tuned to produce 87 lb-ft of torque. The Night Rod® Special gets the same Revolution® engine, with the same displacement, but there it makes 125 hp, with a peak torque of 83.4 lb-ft. via

What is a V-Rod muscle?

The 'slipper' motorcycle clutch ('slip and assist') is a unique Harley® clutch that provides smooth, high-power handling in turns or whenever you downshift. By reducing clutch friction, the V-Rod Muscle® models' slipper clutch helps your rear wheel at a controlled clip. via

What is the biggest stock Harley engine?

Harley-Davidson offers power-hungry street riders a new performance option with the introduction of the Screamin' Eagle® Milwaukee-Eight® 131 Crate Engine for Touring model motorcycles. The new 131 cubic inch (2147cc) V-Twin delivers the biggest, most powerful street-compliant engine Harley-Davidson has ever created*. via

How many years did Harley make the V-Rod?

The Harley Davidson V-Rod, also known as the VRSC, for V-Twin Racing Street Custom, was produced from 2001 through 2017. This was a smart looking bike that featured liquid cooling and a dual overhead cam, something that's hardly ever seen on motorcycles, even the newer ones. via

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