How fast does the Harley Davidson Street 500 go?

Top Speed: 99 mph (Est.)

How fast can a Yamaha SR400 go?

Top speed & performance
Max torque 20 ft-lb
Top speed 80 mph
1/4 mile acceleration
Tank range 160 miles

How heavy is a Harley-Davidson Street 500?

Harley-Davidson Street 500 Specs The Harley-Davidson Street 500 model is a Custom / cruiser bike manufactured by Harley-Davidson . In this version sold from year 2019 , the dry weight is 223.0 kg (491.6 pounds) and it is equipped with a V2, four-stroke motor.

When did Yamaha stop making the SR400?

Yamaha has marketed the SR400 in the JDM since model year 1978, with a production hiatus for model years 2008–2009.

When did the Yamaha SR400 come out in the US?

Yamaha has marketed the SR400 in the JDM since model year 1978, with a production hiatus for model years 2008–2009. Beginning with model year 2010, the SR400 had fuel injection and a catalyst muffler to comply with tighter emission restrictions. Yamaha began marketing the bike in Europe, Australia and the US in 2014.

What’s the difference between the Yamaha street and Harley-Davidson Street?

While the Yamaha comes with a fairly-standard five-speed gearbox, Harley sprung for a sixth gear to help the Street stay firmly within its powerband and keep highway rpm in the reasonable range. Both bikes really only qualify as basic — even entry-level — transportation.

Is the Harley-Davidson Street 500 a premium motorcycle?

The Street 500 and 750 motorcycles don’t sound like, look like, feel like, or ride like a traditional Harley-Davidson. That irks some people. When you’re a premium company, it doesn’t matter what your industry is, people expect a premium level of quality or service.

How does Harley-Davidson’s Street compare to the Kawasaki Vulcan (650)?

Harley-Davidson Street 750 vs the Kawasaki Vulcan (650) – Sure the Vulcan isn’t a traditional cruiser, with it’s parallel twin cylinder engin, but even from this grainy picture the fit, finish, and quality difference is evident. So how does Harley-Davidson’s Street family of motorcycles do compared to the competition?