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1977 Harley-davidson Xlcr 1000 Classic / Vintage on 2040-motos

US $10,500.00
YearYear:1977 MileageMileage:13 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Laurel, Maryland, US

Laurel, MD, US
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TypeType:Classic / Vintage Stock NumberStock Number:U308H7 PhonePhone:8665204716

Harley-Davidson Other description

1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR 1000, XLCR1000 - This bike is 99% ORIGINAL Please call with any questions you may have... One of our friendly Sales Saff will answer any questions you may have The Harley-Davidson XLCR1000 is unique in the range of models built by the famous Milwaukee, Wisconsin, company, in that it is definitely not built on the same laid back lines as its tourer stable-mates. In fact the CR part of the title stands for Café Racer, and the Harley is unquestionably one of the most aggressive looking Café racers available. Although outwardly different from the other Harleys, the XLCR still has the famous V-twin engine which, with very undersquare dimensions of 81 mm X968 mm, displaces 997-5cc. A45degree unit, the engine features a 9:1 compression ratio, simple pushrod operated valves, a single 38 mm Keihin carburetor and all the reliability one could possibly need. Unsophisticated it may be, but the engine could pull a house down with its 68 bhp at 6200 rpm and, although undisclosed, probably around 60 lb ft of torque. Although the torque figure is not quoted by the company they do say that the secret amount is produced at 3500 rpm, well down the rev scale but just the thing for instant acceleration in any of the XLCRs four gears. An electric start is the only concession to modern times in the engine and it copes surprisingly well with getting the engine under way. It has an off-beat exhaust note, it rumbles and shakes and leaves the rider in no doubt as to its capabilities.

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