The way I looked at the Harley-Davidson Street 750 has never really changed. The Street 750, the most popular Harley cruiser in India, was given this spectacular body makeover by Bandit9 Motorcycles. The Street 750, often known as “Dark Side,” was created to test how fast a motorcycle can travel on land and is clearly inspired by salt racers.
This one, fortunately, has no such high performance requirements and is road legal. 16-inch chrome spoke wheels were installed on Bandit9’s factory alloy wheels, and extra thick rubber was even used on both ends. Moving a little bit above this modification, one can see the expanded front headlight cowl and brand-new, thicker USD forks. The headlight opening has been reduced, and the frame supporting the same-styled windscreen has been expanded into a curvy shape.
The fuel tank of this machine properly receives the unit’s smooth flow, which flows there like a drop of water and ends just beneath the rider’s seat. The back wheel is supported by a custom swing-arm, extending the wheelbase overall by a few additional inches.
The Harley-Davidson Street 750 has a 749cc twin-cylinder engine that produces 59 Nm of incredible torque at just 3750 rpm.
This enables it to cruise at speeds of up to triple digits smoothly and reach a top speed of 177 kmph. Dark Side weights merely 229 kg as opposed to the stock bike’s 233 kg. The motorcycle costs $32,000 (INR 20.44 Lakh), which also includes the cost of transporting it anywhere in the world. According to their official website, Dark Side is tuned to produce 58.30 Nm at 3790 rpm and 57.6 HP at 7955 rpm.