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Harley Builds A New 121hp Sportster Around The Pan America Motor, Adds an ‘S’

https://advrider.com/harley-builds-a...tor-adds-an-s/

The all-new frame is a stressed member since the new engine’s vibration is well-tamed. The 43mm inverted Showa fork features full-on tweaking controls for rebound, preload and compression, something pretty much new to Sportsters (and most Harleys), while the Showa back end is regulated by an equally adjustable monoshock. Twin stylized street-scrambler high-mount exhaust pipes exit near the riders’ right bum and an oval multi-reflector LED headlight illuminates the way forward. And in another first for Sportsters, there are six cogs in the gearbox. A 17-inch 160-sized tire in front and a 180-section 16-incher out back roll over crumbling urban infrastructure while ABS brakes with one rotor on each wheel slow down the momentum of the 502-pound machine when its filled with 3 gallons of fuel. The single “instrument” is a round nacelle with a comprehensive 4-inch LCD screen including GPS. There are ride modes to choose from, and cornering ABS. And an app, of course.




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