1980 Harley-Davidson XR-750


| 11/6/2013 5:00:00 PM


1980 Harley Davidson XR 750

1980 Harley-Davidson XR-750

Country: United States
Engine: Air-cooled 45-degree V-twin 4-stroke
Ignition: Battery and coil
Power Rating: Over 100hp
Bore x Stroke: 79.4mm x 76.2mm
Displacement: 749cc
Valves: Overhead, pushrod activated
Fuel System: Two Mikuni carburetors
Transmission: 5-speed
Suspension: Front telescopic forks, rear twin shock
Brake: Rear disc
Weight: 290lb
Top Speed: 130mph

1980 Harley Davidson XR 750

Purposely built for dirt-track racing, the XR-750 has had 30 years of development resulting in a power output that now exceeds 100 horsepower. This machine has been raced by many top riders and now wears the no. 9 national number of Jay Springsteen of Michigan. The XR-750 is still the preferred machine in current dirt track racing.

1980 Harley Davidson XR 750



Curmudgeon44
11/14/2013 10:27:57 AM

Maybe someone could explain to me, why dirt trackers evolved with no brakes. I remember the big splash when they discovered 2-strokes could get lots of engine braking with a compression release.




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