2012 VRSC V-Rod Muscle

Model Overview:
2012 VRSC V-Rod Muscle
24 months
Manufacturer Country
Introduction Year
Displacement (cc)
Engine Type
V Twin

2012 Harley-Davidson VRSC™ Night Rod Special

Model Type  Sport
BASE MSRP(US)  $15,299.00 Free Dealer Quote
Dealers Harley-Davidson Dealers
Warranty  24
Engine Type  V Twin
Cylinders  2
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Cooling  Liquid
Valves  8
Valves Per Cylinder  4
Valve Configuration  DOHC
Compression Ratio  11.5:1
Starter  Electric
Fuel Requirements  Premium
Fuel Type  Gas
Transmission Type  Manual
Number Of Speeds  5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)  Belt
Wheels & Tires:  
Front Tire (Full Spec)  Michelin® Scorcher™ 120/70 ZR19 60W
Rear Tire (Full Spec)  Michelin® Scorcher™ 240/40 R18 79V
Front Brake Type  Dual Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake Type  Hydraulic Disc
Technical Specifications:  
Wheelbase (in/mm)  67 / 1701.8
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  5 / 18.9

Harley-Davidson Sportster 

The Harley-Davidson Sportster arrived in 1957 with its now traditional 883cc motor, only at the time it was the Shovelhead engine. The Shovelhead had the same displacement as the Flathead engine in use on the KHK model, but the Shovelhead utilized overhead valves and, along with its bigger bore and shorter stroke, gave the Harley-Davidson Sportster more horsepower. Like the Silent Grey Fellow model from earlier in the century, the name, Sportster, was cast into the gear case cover. For the next 50-plus years the Harley-Davidson Sportster would undergo changes and upgrades, but Harley’s model line-up would never once omit the Sportster model.
For 1958 H-D launched four Sportster models: XL, XLH, XLC and XLCH. The H stood for high-compression while the C denoted competition. Both the XLC and XLCH were off-road models stripped of all street-legal requirements (but made street-legal the next year). In 1972, the Harley-Davidson Sportster would receive a bump in engine displacement to 1000cc. Up until 1975, Harley-Davidson Sportster models came with a four-speed gearbox shifted with the right foot. For that year the Department of Transportation mandated that all motorcycles come standardized with a left-foot shifter. 

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