Various published independent dyno tests have indicated about HP at the rear wheel before the RPM rev limiter kicks in. Riding Position H-D may consider the Street a cruiser, but the riding position is pure standard.
The standard curve handlebars with moderate rise and mid placed foot pegs neither forward nor rear set put the rider in a comfortable position that allows good control of the motorcycle, whether moving or stopped.
It is an easy reach to the ground from the pegs.
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The handlebar width seemed about right to Rocky and me, who are both guys within the average size range. Because it is not the fatter one inch diameter bar used on other H-D motorcycles, the handgrips are proportionally smaller in diameter. I have never felt the need to change standard H-D rubber handgrips, but I would replace these skinny grips with fatter ones. The standard, bucket type seat positively locates the rider's rump, restricting movement when riding.
However, it is unusually comfortable for a stock motorcycle seat. I suspect that most urban riders will approve of the seat design. Although this seat is advertised as suitable for carrying a passenger, I seriously doubt that most passengers will find the thin, rearward sloping pillion comfortable.
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There is a good looking accessory cafe' solo seat that renders the question of rider comfort moot. The riding position is clearly designed for short riders.
Rocky, somewhat taller with a longer inseam, agreed. We would spring for the accessory tallboy seat that moves the rider up 1. This seat also looks to be a bit more comfortable for the occasional passenger, particularly if the motorcycle were fitted with the accessory sissy bar and back rest. Team Latus built the University of Oregon's famous Duck Bike, which carries the Oregon Duck mascot and leads the Oregon football team onto the field for every home game at Autzen Stadium.
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Our test rides were brand new machines that had been delivered to Latus Motors in Eugene only a couple of days previously with zero break-in time on the motor and brakes. Consequently, we took it easy on both, as should any rider on a brand new motorcycle. We avoided hitting the RPM rev limiter, but were nevertheless able to get a reasonable impression of the Street After all, even on a well broken-in bike, you are seldom going to be riding a cc motorcycle at the edge on the street.
At least, not if you want to live long enough to enjoy your new motorcycle. Our test ride included stints on an interstate freeway, two lane highway and country roads with short straights and tight corners.
I started off riding the and Rocky the ; we switched mounts about half way through the ride. The ignition key is located beneath the black handlebar riser.
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Turn the key to switch the ignition on or off and also to lock the forks. The handlebar controls include a rocker switch for high and low headlight beam, kill switch, horn button and a single left-off-right turn signal switch of the Japanese style.
The turn signals are not self-canceling, a serious convenience and safety oversight that should be rectified. Our first impression after starting the Street 's Revolution-X motor is that it is very quiet and smooth.
At idle, just the faintest vibration reaches the handlebar to let the rider know the motor is running. Snicking the ultra smooth and quiet transmission into gear reinforces that initial impression. We would consider the Screaming Eagle Nightstick accessory muffler desirable. A louder pipe would keep the rider better informed about what the motor is doing, especially since the Street 's sparse instrumentation does not include a tachometer.
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The engine management and electronic fuel injection system worked perfectly. There was no surging and no stumbling off the line. The motor pulled smoothly right off idle and the torque curve is commendably flat.
Although the Street weighed upwards of pounds with me and all my riding gear onboard, the Revolution-X motor had plenty of power to carry the load. The bike accelerates hard off the line and continues to pull strongly as the RPMs build, which happens fast.
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