2009 Harley Davidson VRSCF V-Rod Muscle

Harley-Davidson VRSCF V-Rod Muscle is a power cruiser with an overenthusiastic quality. Its engine is rubber-mounted in a hydro-formed steel edge frame. There is a shell that covers airbox located on the top of the engine. The engine has the super-power to produce around 125 hp at 8250 rpm and up to 85 ft-lbs. of touque at 7000 rpm. You will get an Anti-Lock Braking System i.e. ABS installed in your Harley Davidson VRSCF V-Rod Muscle. It is available in Vivid Black, Brilliant Silver, Dark Blue Denim and Red Hot Sunglo. The bodywork of this motorbike surely stands apart from all the rest. Another amazing work of Harley Davidson.

2009 harley davidson VRSCF V-Rod Muscle

2009 harley davidson VRSCF V-Rod Muscle


Press Release :
With sculpted bodywork stretched taut over a powerful new physique, the 2009 VRSCF V-Rod Muscle rides its way onto the Power Cruiser scene with a broad-shouldered presence. Gaping air scoops, sweeping side-pipe exhaust and a huge rear tire spinning under a clean, clipped fender speak to a contemporary, urban sense of style and performance. The Muscle pushes the Harley-Davidson V-Rod platform into a new turf, where it aims to hold its ground.VRSC Key Features

1250cc Revolution V-Twin: Standard on all 2009 VRSC models, the 60-degree Revolution 1250cc V-Twin is liquid-cooled and features Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), dual overhead cams, four-valve heads, and a five-speed transmission. The engine is rubber-mounted in a hydroformed steel perimeter frame. A shell covers the large-volume airbox located over the engine. A five-gallon fuel tank is located below the seat on all VRSC models. The engine is tuned to produce up to 125 hp at 8250 rpm and up to 85 ft-lbs. of torque at 7000 rpm.

Optional ABS: Each VRSC model is available with optional, factory-installed Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS). Designed to work in conjunction with high-performance Brembo triple-disc brakes, this is the most advanced braking system offered on any power cruiser. ABS is designed to help the rider maintain control during braking events, especially those that happen in less-than-optimal conditions. The components of the Harley-Davidson ABS have been designed and packaged to be virtually invisible, preserving the uncluttered styling of the area around the wheels. Unlike many motorcycle ABS, Harley-Davidson ABS is not a linked system, meaning the rider maintains full, independent control of both front and rear brakes.

New V-Rod Muscle
The wide, angular air-box cover and chopped tail section look as solid and smooth as billet and give the new V-Rod Muscle lines that are clean and powerful. The size of the massive 240 mm rear tire is accentuated by the new broad, clipped and clean rear fender. The combination stop/tail/turn LED light is tucked under the edge of the rear fender, and the side-mount license plate leaves the fender surface smooth and uncluttered. Front-end styling balances the rear, with a trimmed fender that’s blacked out behind satin-finished inverted forks and LED turn signals integrated into the mirror stems. The radiator shrouds are restyled and color-matched to the rest of the bodywork, while the new airbox side covers incorporate air scoop inlets covered with woven wire mesh. The silver five-spoke cast aluminum front and rear wheels are a new design for the V-Rod line.

2009 harley davidson VRSCF V-Rod Muscle

A new deep seat holds the rider firmly in place against the thrust of the Revolution V-Twin engine. The Muscle features forward foot controls, and a new handlebar with internal wiring. The handlebar is 1.5-inch cast aluminum with tubular steel ends and integrated risers. Bold polished forged aluminum triple clamps secure the inverted forks and frame the distinctive V-Rod teardrop reflector optic headlamp, housed in a satin black bucket.

The long profile of a 34-degree fork rake is stretched visually by new “sidepipe” dual exhausts in satin chrome with fat, turn-out mufflers exiting behind the rear axle. The V-Rod Muscle is available in Vivid Black, Brilliant Silver, Dark Blue Denim and Red Hot Sunglo.

New VRSCF V-Rod Muscle features:

  • Liquid-cooled, 1250cc Revolution V-Twin engine
  • 122 hp at 8250 rpm/85 ft. lbs. torque at 7000 rpm
  • Pewter powdercoated powertrain with polished covers
  • Assist/Slipper Clutch with reduced lever effort
  • New clutch cover with relocated dipstick
  • New Satin chrome dual side exhaust with turn-out mufflers
  • New Five-spoke cast aluminum 19-inch front wheel
  • New Five-spoke cast aluminum 18-inch rear wheel
  • New Triple clamps
  • New 43 mm Inverted forks
  • New stylized rear shocks with black springs
  • New airbox cover and side covers
  • New front fender with black-out section
  • New smooth rear fender
  • New LED stop/tail/turn light
  • New LED front turn signals integrated in mirror stems
  • New seat shape
  • New Internally wired handlebar cast with riser
  • New instrument graphics and housing
  • New side-mount license plate
  • Black frame
  • 240mm wide rear tire
  • Forward foot controls
  • Brembo triple-disc brakes
  • Teardrop reflector-optic headlight
  • 25.6-inch seat height
  • Optional ABS
  • Optional Smart Security System
  • VRSCAW V-Rod

The evolution of the original Harley-Davidson power cruiser continues in 2009. The V-Rod rolls on a fat 240 mm rear tire. The sweeping exhaust ends in bright chrome slash-cut mufflers. A scooped seat cradles the rider just 26 inches off the pavement. Welded pull-back handlebar frame the clamshell instrument pod and teardrop reflector optic headlamp. Raked out to 36 degrees, 49 mm forks hold an anodized aluminum Profile laced front wheel. The V-Rod is available in six production color combinations, including new Red Hot Sunglo, Flame Blue Pearl, Vivid Black/Pewter Pearl, Flame Blue Pearl/Pewter Pearl and three new Custom Color combinations: Black Ice/Blue Ice, Light Candy Root Beer/Dark Candy Root Beer, and Big Purple Flake/Brilliant Silver.

2009 harley davidson VRSCF V-Rod Muscle

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Peter says: July 31, 2008

Wow !!

This is a really "wannahave" !!

Peter from the Netherlands

Mark says: August 4, 2008

I own a Vrod. This bike is ugly!

    Dave says: July 6, 2013

    Wold u sale it
    I want to buy one

kevin says: August 10, 2008

selling it?

Nick says: October 27, 2008

WHY?

Aaron says: November 20, 2008

I will have her….

Robin B says: January 16, 2009

I've got one for sale. Zero miles, never ridden. Located in central Colorado. $15,200

AUNG WIN TUN says: February 19, 2009

That HARLRY DAVIDSON VRSCF V-ROD MUSCLE shape are very good. But, handle centre head and light are small. first wheel is not thick,so not looking good. But, I like. Thank you. Bye Bye….

stephen russell says: May 4, 2009

Rent one with Automatic trans mode.

Love my Victory Vision bike.

Pay for Name.

ALL HD models (even new)leak oil????

ALL motorbikes need Auto Trans option.

Minibikes to hwy cruise bikes.

Huge market for.

    Jon says: June 1, 2014

    Had my muscle for 5 yrs. Never leaked a drop. Maybe the bikes you buy are junk. Harley Davidson bikes are the top of the line.

slyfox says: June 28, 2009

Took one for a long ride yesterday. Really nice bike. Great smooth roll-on power, with decent handling. Very quiet in stock form. Personally I find this the best looking HD there is.

Luiz says: August 17, 2010

Rode one past weekend, gret looking bike, I am 5' 10 and found my arms to strecthed out, a little uncorfotable, lots of power, but nothing incredible for someone coming from a ZX 14 NINJA. I am in doubt if I should buy it or not, it is a lot of money and I am thinking of a V-MAX instead. ANY OPINION?
Tks.
brazeagle@yahoo.com

Luiz C Laba says: August 26, 2010

JUST BOUGHT IT – A WEEK AGO!
Very happy to have taken this decision, the MUSCLE is great, awesome looks, excellent performance and really easy handling.

Great job with the Liquid Cooled Engine, especially since it is co-developed by PORSCHE and designed by HD and PORSCHE; That was a BIG factor for my decision.
Rode two-up (wife), great bike and seating position, BUT you will need a BACK REST for safety and comfort of the passenger; otherwise, passenger will not be so eager to ride with you again!
OVERALL: I would score it 95 over any other bike I know of.
EXCELLENT JOB BY HARLEY DAVIDSON

Dave says: July 6, 2013

Searching for vrod muscle to buy







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