2011 Harley Davidson 1200X
Harley Davidson add some go-fast bits for 2011, adding the XR1200X to the line-up. New floating discs, big piston Showa forks, and shocks, along with sticky rubber.
Harley Davidson XR1200X
Harley Davidson has added some performance goodies to the XR1200 for 2011, releasing a version to be known as the XR1200X. Nissan floating discs replace the solid units, 43mm Showa big piston upside down forks, with matching piggyback reservoir shocks now help the XR1200 stop and handle. Dunlop Qualifer D209’s will help it stick to the road.
Styling gets a makeover, with a blacked out powertrain and exhaust. The XR1200X will be available in Black or White. Or White Hot Denim, and Black Denim as H-D prefer to call it.
Seat Height 795mm
Rake 29.3 degrees
Fuel Capacity 13.3litres
Dry Weight 250kg
Engine Air-cooled, EvolutionTM
Bore x Stroke 88.9 x 96.8mm
Engine Torque 98 Nm/72 ft lbs @ 3200 rpm
Horsepower 90hp/67kW @ 7000 rpm
Front 18″ Black, 3-spoke cast aluminium with orange pinstripe/D209 120/70ZR18
Rear 17″ Black, 3-spoke cast aluminium with orange pinstripe/D209 180/55ZR17