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The original V-Rod had a 1, cubic centimetres It was mechanically identical to the VRSCA, with cosmetic differences included a black frame, polished aluminum and black powder-coated engine, and a slightly different clamshell, instrument housing and handlebars. The Night Rod has mid controls similar to the Street Rod. These are the only two V-Rod models with mid controls Rear sets.
The Night Rod had a black frame, black and chrome engine, Brembo brakes, slotted aluminum disk wheels, and a color-matched fairing. The wheels were replaced by black slotted disk wheels, with dark orange pin striping.
A 5-gallon tank was standard. The DX also include racing stripes. For the model year, Harley-Davidson launched a tenth anniversary version of the Night Rod Special. This model had a straight-shot exhaust with dual, chrome slash-cut mufflers and chrome exhaust shield; split five-spoke cast aluminum wheels with diamond cut highlights; pullback handlebar with polished finish; inverted front forks in silver and polished finishes; stylized, chrome speed screen visor; graphics, including V-Rod 10th anniversary emblem; and chrome powertrain with platinum crankcase and heads.
The V-Rod Muscle was introduced in the summer of at the Harley-Davidson dealer show in Las Vegas for the production model year. In promoting the Muscle, American fashion model Marisa Miller was hired for an advertising campaign aimed at younger, urban riders.
Like the other two models, the Muscle used the 1, cubic centimetres Additionally, the Muscle used an air-box with mock-up air-rams like those found on many American pony and muscle cars. In the production version of the bike the air-rams are cosmetic. The VRSCF also had a chopped rear fender with integrated turn signals, and a side-mounted license plate. Turn signals were integrated into the rear view mirrors for the first time as a stock feature on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
The Street Rod came equipped solely with mid-mounted controls. The Street Rod was the first with a 5-gallon tank in the year model, that would become standard for the line in MCN wrote: "The Harley-Davidson Street Rod has sharper steering, four-piston brakes made for Harley by Brembo, new upswept exhausts for extra ground clearance, and a revised riding position makes this a Harley like no other — one that attacks corners with glee". Its Revolution engine featured a longer-stroke crankshaft and increased bore, high compression forged pistons, larger valves, larger throttle bodies, dyno tuned velocity stacks, and high lift cams.
Race-only drivetrain changes included a lightened flywheel , multi-stage lock-up clutch, pneumatic shifter, and programmable shift light. A total of vehicles were produced with released to dealer showrooms.
2009 Harley Davidson Owners Manuals
2009 V-ROD Modelle Werkstatthandbuch #99501-09DE