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XL 1200L Sportster 1200 Low (2011)

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Key Harley-Davidson XL 1200L Sportster 1200 Low Key Features
The Sportster® 1200 Low combines performance, agility and easy-to-handle ergonomics in a long, premium cruiser that is ready for all takers.

Born on the gritty dirt tracks and drag strips of the 1950s, the Harley-Davidson® Sportster represents the uninhibited essence of motorcycling. Today's Sportster combines soulful styling with the flat torque delivery and distinctive sound of an American V-Twin engine. Among the most-affordable Harley-Davidson models, Sportster motorcycles offer a low, comfortable seat and smooth clutch effort.

o Evolution® V-Twin powertrain with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
o Rubber-mounted powertrain to reduce vibration
o 5-speed transmission
o Dual staggered exhaust
o Disc brakes
o Mid-mounted foot controls and passenger footpegs
o Handlebar-mounted electronic speedometer
o Optional Harley-Davidson® Smart Security System with hands-free security fob
o Optional Chrome, Laced Steel wheels

U.S. MSRP - Vivid Black $9,899. Solids $10,189

Length 89.1 in. (2263 mm)
Overall Width 35.2 in. (894 mm)
Overall Height 46.8 in. (1189 mm)
Seat Height:
• Laden2 26.3 in. (668 mm)
• Unladen 28.0 in. (711 mm)

Ground Clearance 4.4 in. (112 mm)
Rake (steering head) 30.4°
Fork Angle 30.4°
Trail 4.6 in. (117 mm)
Wheelbase 60.1 in. (1527 mm)
Tires (Dunlop® Harley-Davidson Series, blackwall):
• Front – D401F 100/90-19 57H
• Rear – D401 150/80B16 71H

Fuel Capacity 4.5 gal. (17.0 L)
(warning light at approximately 1.0 gal.)
Oil Capacity (w/filter) 2.8 qts. (2.6 L)
Transmission Capacity 1.0 qts.
• As Shipped 557 lbs. (252.7 kg)
• In Running Order 581 lbs. (263.5 kg)
• Gross Vehicle Weight Rating 1000 lbs. (453.6 kg)
• Gross Axle Weight Rating
• Front 335 lbs. (152.0 kg)
• Rear 665 lbs. (301.6 kg)

Engine3 Air-cooled, Evolution®
valves Pushrod-operated, overhead valves with hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters; two valves per cylinder
Bore x Stroke 3.5 in. x 3.812 in. (88.9 mm x 96.8 mm)
Displacement 73.3 cu. in. (1200 cc)
Compression Ratio 9.7:1
Fuel System3 Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Air Cleaner Paper cartridge type
Lubrication System Dry-sump

Primary Drive Chain, 57/38 ratio
Final Drive Belt, 68/29 ratio
Clutch Multi-plate, wet
Transmission 5-speed
U.S. Gear Ratios (overall):
• 1st 9.315 • 2nd 6.653 • 3rd 4.948 • 4th 4.102 • 5th 3.517

Frame Mild steel, tubular frame; circular sections; cast junctions Swingarm Mild steel, rectangular tube section, stamped junctions; MIG welded
Front Forks 39 mm
Rear Shocks Coil-over; preload dual-adjustable
Wheels4 (Chrome, Laced Steel option):
Black, 13-Spoke Cast Aluminum
• Front 19 in. x 2.15 in. (483 mm x 55 mm)
• Rear 16 in. x 3 in. (406 mm x 76 mm)

• Caliper Type Dual-piston front, single-piston rear
• Rotor Type (diameter x width): Patented, uniform expansion rotors
• Front 11.5 in. x .2 in. (292 mm x 5 mm)
• Rear 10.24 in. x .28 in. (260 mm x 7 mm)
Suspension Travel:
• Front Wheel 4.12 in. (105 mm)
• Rear Wheel 2.12 in. (54 mm)

Engine Torque5 (per SAE J1349):
• North America 79 ft. lbs. @ 4000 RPM (107 Nm @ 4000 RPM)
Lean Angle:
• Right 30°
• Left 31°
Fuel Economy6
(EPA urban/highway test) 42/57 mpg (5.60/4.13 L/100 km)

Battery (per Battery Council International Rating)
Sealed, maintenance-free, 12V, 12-amp/hour, 200 cca
Charging Single-phase, 30-amp system (357W @ 13.5V, 2000 RPM, 405W max power @ 13.5V)
Starting 1.2 kW electric with solenoid shift starter motor engagement
Lights (as per country regulation):
• Headlamp (quartz halogen) 55-watt low beam, 60-watt high beam
• Tail/Stop Lights 8W/28W (5W/21W)
• Turn Signal Lights 28W (21W) self-canceling
• Indicator Lamps - High beam, neutral, low oil pressure,
turn signals, engine diagnostics,
low fuel warning, low battery, security
system7 (optional)

• Vivid Black • Cool Blue Pearl • Merlot Sunglo

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