Yes, you can go for long rides with Harley Davidson Street Rod but long city rides would be a bit difficult due to heat issues. You will be able to observe a considerable amount of heat especially on the right side of the bike. So, keeping the bike under moderate RPM will help you to avoid overheating. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.
The engine and chassis are borrowed from the Street 750 are reworked extensively. The 750cc V-twin from the Street 750 uses twin-port fuel injection now. The new cylinder heads have revised intake ports and cams that open higher. Compression ratio is higher. The redline is now set at 9000rpm instead of 8000. It has larger, drag-inspired airbox assembly. The upgraded motor makes 18 percent more power and 8 percent more torque. Output now is 68.4PS @ 8750rpm and 62Nm @ 4000rpm. The exhaust system gets a shorter tailpipe which has a wider outlet for a more pronounced exhaust note. Read More: - Harley-Davidson Street Rod - First Ride Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/harleydavidson-street-rod-first-ride-review/27828