2014 Harley-Davidson 883 Roadster First Pictures
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The 2014 Roadster will be available in Morocco Gold Pearl or Vivid Black and will boasts mixture of old-school design and carefully-trimmed modern looks. Possibly one of the most emblematic machine of the last years, the 883 Roadster brings racing-themed graphics details on the sides of the tank and proudly displays the 883cc Evolution "Blockhead" v-twin.
First time on a bike back in 84, the Evolution came a long way, and is now rubber-mounted, but retaining all the classic H-D design cues, the matte black-chrome combination included. 2014 also brings revised and simplified, better integrated wiring, bigger rotors and upgraded brakes, new ergonomic hand controls, a closed loop exhaust systems and an option for ABS.
The black instrument cluster is a nifty match for the sleek, dark bars, with tacho and gear indicator providing essential riding data, with classic oval light indicators. Shod with Michelin Scorcher, the 2014 Harley-Davidson883 Sportster offers 700 Nm of torque (52 lb-ft) at 3,750 rpm. No price announced yet, so we're keeping an eye on H-D to bring you news about this matter. Oh, and keep in mind Akrapovic started to like making Sportster custom exhausts...
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On 12 November 2013 at 21:20 UTC, Alex C. said:
I have a 2006 1200R Sportster that I just love! It took a while to get the Vibration out of the Front End on the Freway! I recomend Changing the Front springs to Prgressive and the Rear Shocks. I place a Rolad Sands Forkbrace on the Forks http://www.jpcycles.com/product/506-081?utm_source=PLAs&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=&device=c&network=g&matchtype=&gclid=CMjG_67W4LoCFYo9Qgod2W8AUw and an Alen Ness Cafe' Fender https://www.denniskirk.com/arlen-ness/caf-and-eacute-style-front-fender.ph39027.prd/H39027.sku No more Vibration on the FWY. It is so Sweet! I can Coner tight with One hand on the Handle Bars.
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