(V-TWIN Racing Street Custom)
1250cc adds 14
percent more displacement and only 9 pounds than the standard
model of the
Same as VRSCA except: Adjustable tubular handlebars,
minimalist instrumentation, black painted frame, calipers, hand
controls, shock springs and engine highlights.
VRSCDX: Night Rod Special
Roadster-inspired street rod.
XL883: Sportster Hugger
XL883C: Sportster 883 Custom
designed to fit smaller
XL1100: Sportster 1100
XL1200: Sportster 1200
XL1200C: Sportster 1200 Custom
XL1200S: Sportster 1200 Sport
XLCH: 4-Speed Sportster, Kick start
XLH: Sportster 883
XLH883: Sportster 883 Hugger
XLS: 4-Speed Sportster Roadster
XLX: 4-Speed 1000cc Ironhead
XR1000: XLH with XLR Heads (XR750
heads - completely different)
X - Sportsters. These descend from the K series, 1952-56
XL- Series started in 1957. They are "unit construction"
(engine & transmission share a common case).
L - High compression (7.5:1 in 1957).
H - Starting in 1958 came the XLH, meaning Higher-power or
High-compression (9:1) or Hot .
C - Also in 1958 was the XLCH. The C was intended to mean
CR- Cafe racer style, with bikini fairing.
LT- Touring, with bigger tank, thicker seat, and hard bags.