Harley Davidson VR 1000 (1994)

The Harley Davidson VR1000 was a motorcycle released in 1994. It was equipped with a four-stroke, 60 degrees V-Twin, DOHC engine that had a capacity of 1000cc. Its Weber EFI system and electronic ignition produced a maximum power of 135 horsepower at 10000 rpm. The compression ratio was set at 11.6:1, making it a high-performance machine. The bike had a dry multi-disc clutch and five-speed transmission that drove the chain. The body of the bike was fitted with an aluminum 2-spar parameter frame that helped reduce weight, and inverted forks at the front, with a single shock at the back, helped to smooth out any bumps on the road. The front brakes utilized two discs, while the rear brake used a single disc to bring the bike to a stop. The bike had 120/70 ZR17 and 170/70 ZR17 tires at the front and back, respectively, making it easy to maneuver. The Harley Davidson VR1000 weighed 176 kilograms and could hold a fuel capacity of 17 liters. Overall, the Harley Davidson VR1000 was a high-performance bike that offered a unique riding experience to its riders.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Harley Davidson VR1000

Year: 1994

Engine: Four stroke, 60 degrees V-Twin, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder.
Capacity: 1000
Bore x Stroke: 98 x 66 mm
Compression Ratio: 11.6;1
Induction: Weber EFI
Ignition / Starting: Electronic / electric
Max Power: 135 hp @ 10000 rpm
Clutch: Dry Multi-disc
Transmission / Drive: 5 Speed / chain
Frame: Aluminium 2 Spar parameter
Front Suspension: Inverted forks
Rear Suspension: Single Shock
Front Brakes: 2X discs
Rear Brakes: Single disc
Front Tyre: 120/70 ZR17

Rear Tyre: 170/70 ZR17
Wet-Weight: 176 kg
Fuel Capacity: 17 Litres

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