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« on: July 15, 2006, 06:02:24 PM »

although not listed as a CVO model it shares the motor of the SE-Vrods and with only 1400 being made and the paint scheme i thought it would fit well in here
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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2006, 08:44:23 PM »

And on top of that its an absolute beauty.  Too bad my big old azz don't fit on them... :-[
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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2006, 10:02:52 PM »


DIMENSIONS          
 Length   94.4 in.      
  
 Seat Height          
  
 Laden   26.0 in.      
  
 Unladen   27.1 in.      
  
 Ground Clearance   5.0 in.      
  
 Rake Steering Head/Trail   34.0º / 4.5 in.      
  
 Wheelbase   67.2 in.      
  
 Fuel Capacity   5.0 gals.      
  
 Oil Capacity   4.5 qts.                 
  
 Dry Weight   637.0 lbs.      
  
 Running Order   670.0 lbs.             
 
 POWERTRAIN          
 Engine   Liquid-cooled, Revolution®      
  
 Displacement   72.0 in.³      
  
 Bore x Stroke   4.13 in. x 2.84 in.      
  
 Engine Torque   86.0 ft. lbs. @ 7000 rpm      
  
 Fuel System   Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)      
  
 Compression Ratio   11.3:1      
  
 Miles per Gallon                
  
 ESPFI   44.1 hwy / 33.9 city      
  
 Primary Drive   Gear      
  
 Gear Ratio (overall)          
  
 1st   11.752      
  
 2nd   7.898      
  
 3rd   6.322      
  
 4th   5.459      
  
 5th   4.899      
  
 6th   N/A        
 
 WHEELS/TIRES           
  
 Front   Brushed Aluminum Profile Laced      
  
 Rear   Slotted Machined Cast Aluminum Disc      
  
 Tire Size          
  
 Front   120/70ZR-19 60W      
  
 Rear   240/40R-18 79V      
      
 ELECTRICAL          
  
 Instruments   Redesigned gauges with enhanced features: Electronic speedometer with odometer, time-of-day clock on odometer, resettable tripmeter, fuel gauge with low fuel warning light, low oil pressure indicator light, diagnostics readout, brighter/balanced LED lights, tachometer; solid-state, tell-tale indicator module, trip A and B;  

Indicator Lamps   High beam, neutral, low oil pressure, turn signals, engine diagnostics, security system (optional), coolant temperature, low fuel warnings      
      
 CHASSIS          
 Brakes          
  
 Front   4-piston      
  
 Rear   4-piston      
  
 Lean Angle (per SAEJ1168)   32º / 32º      
  
 Exhaust System   Chrome, slash-cut duals      
      
 COLOR OPTIONS          
     Two-tone mirage orange pearl and brilliant silver pearl      
 
 OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT          
     Security system      
      
 UNIQUE FEATURES          
     1250 Screamin’ Eagle® Revolution® powertrain; smoked drag visor windshield; NHRA® Screamin' Eagle®/Vance & Hines Pro Stock Bike Team paint scheme; low 26-in. seat height; 240mm wide rear tire; forward-mounted foot controls with shorter drag-style handlebar

PRICING          
 MSRP                
  
 Vivid Black   N/A      
  
 Color   $19,995      
  
 Two-tone   N/A      
  
 Custom color   N/A      
  
 Anodized   N/A      
  
 Wheel Option   N/A      
  
 Chrome Engine Covers Option   $495      
  
 H-D® Factory Security System   $325      
  
 ESPFI   Standard      
  
 California Emissions          
  
 Carb.   N/A      
  
 ESPFI   $100      
  
 Freight (applies to the 48 contiguous states and Alaska only)   $290

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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2006, 10:35:38 PM »

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although not listed as a CVO model it shares the motor of the SE-Vrods and with only 1400 being made and the paint scheme i thought it would fit well in here

Yes it is a very nice bike so nice I WILL OWN ONE!!!!!! Already talked to the dealer.

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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2006, 12:16:37 AM »

Its one sweet bike.  
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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2006, 07:06:12 AM »

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although not listed as a CVO model it shares the motor of the SE-Vrods and with only 1400 being made and the paint scheme i thought it would fit well in here

It looks like nice and the price....better!!
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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2006, 01:29:37 PM »

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And on top of that its an absolute beauty.  Too bad my big old azz don't fit on them... :-[
That makes two of us. :D

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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #7 on: July 16, 2006, 07:56:45 PM »

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although not listed as a CVO model it shares the motor of the SE-Vrods and with only 1400 being made and the paint scheme i thought it would fit well in here


I THINK IT'S THE BEST PAINT SCHEME FOR THE VROD SO FAR!!!!   LOVE IT!  It will turn heads too!  If I had the money, I'd buy another one just to buy it!  However, I love my 05 and couldn't part with  it just to buy another V.  I went to a local mc openhouse yesterday and I think my Vrod got more attention than any of the customs there!

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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2006, 07:59:57 PM »

WAIT!!!  Did I read that right?   A FIVE GALLON TANK????    

Ok, maybe I will sell my Vrod to buy that one!  And might even put bags on it for trips!!!
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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #9 on: July 17, 2006, 10:20:44 PM »

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I THINK IT'S THE BEST PAINT SCHEME FOR THE VROD SO FAR!!!!   LOVE IT!  It will turn heads too!  If I had the money, I'd buy another one just to buy it!  However, I love my 05 and couldn't part with  it just to buy another V.  I went to a local mc openhouse yesterday and I think my Vrod got more attention than any of the customs there!


I am agreed with you V..... we have the same one...... [smiley=xyxthumbs.gif]
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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #10 on: July 20, 2006, 09:20:10 AM »

How did they manage to fit a 5 gallon tank in the frame anyway?  Is it longer?  The frame looks a little different up front.
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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #11 on: July 20, 2006, 11:33:47 AM »

I'll tell you...that one could make me sell the Duc...put the small version of the sissy bar on it, that nice looking rack they make that goes with the bar, the flame detachable windscreen...I could live with that for an everyday/bar hopper. :-/
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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #12 on: July 28, 2006, 09:25:54 PM »

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I'll tell you...that one could make me sell the Duc...put the small version of the sissy bar on it, that nice looking rack they make that goes with the bar, the flame detachable windscreen...I could live with that for an everyday/bar hopper. :-/

Looks like it did or a least a version of a V-Rod...

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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #13 on: December 09, 2006, 11:03:06 PM »

I just joined this Forum.I've looked around here before but decided to join because I am the proud owner of a VRSCX.I own an 03 A model and an 04 Heritage also.
The X cannot be compared to any other V-Rod,not even the CVO's.This thing is smooth as glass and fast.I still run the stock exhaust and find the quite a pleasure while cruising.It sorta has the feel of the Street Rod but I can put both feet flat on the ground when stopped.I'm comfortable w the drag bars and forward controls but the seat needs to be cut out for more of a drag racing fit.The new tires are OK for cruising and curves but to hard for aggressive launches,it fries the rear tire more than half way through first.It is very stable so far up to 140mph,I havn't held WOT on a straight road yet to see what top speed is.Top speed on my 03 is 147 mph,the speedo reads 150 on the X and I feel as though it should get there even w the 28th sprocket.The 5 gal tank doesn't do alot for me because I usually stop around a hundred miles when cruising on any bike.I did my first oil change at 500 miles and stuck w Amsoil.The only difference w the oil change is the fans don't cycle as often.The clutch and trans were smooth as butter w the factory oil.Very few accessorys interchange from previous years and there aren't many accessories on the market yet for the 07's,in fact I'm waiting on the smoked drag screen parts to arrive.They weren't in the crate.
I'm going to lower the bike and put some better tires on and start bracket racing this one.Test&Tune is Wed nights and I'll try to make a few passes next week.
I can go on and on about this bike but I'll save some for later.
The MoCo really did their homework on this years VRSC's.


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Re: VRSCX
« Reply #14 on: December 09, 2006, 11:28:57 PM »

STOP!!!!  I had just about got over my obsession to drag race my V.  Do NOT start me thinking about that again!!  

What makes this one so different from your 03A?  Out of curiosity, have you rode any other model V made in between 03 and 07?  I take it you like midmount controls?  Why is that?  Better center of gravity?  More control?  What?  Of course, when racing you'd have your feet just about behind you so if you're used to that, I can see your point.  But for distance riding, I'd get cramps and my knees would be killing me!

I have one more question and it's about lowering it.  Other than the length of your legs and the height of the bike, is there a reason to lower it?  I don't mean to sound dumb, but I was wondering if there is a benefit to lowering it other than comfort?  I'm only 5'5" but have fairly long legs for that height, but I have no problems with the forward controls.  In fact, on long trips, I wish they were about another inch out.  I can also sit on the 05 SE Vrod with both feet on the ground with my knees bent.  So I was just curious as to what would the benefit be from lowering it.

Thanks for the report.  I can't wait to hear more!

(Ummmm, Dawg, looks like we're going to go test drive a new X after all!  This time you'll be talking me out of buying it!!!!!)


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