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2007 Harley-Davidson Sportster Photo Gallery

Photos of the 2007 Harley-Davidson Sportster. 2007 Harley-Davidson XL 883 Sportster.

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Good fuel management is necessary on the Sporster because of the 3.3-gallon fuel tank's limited range.
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The Sportser isn't nimble like a sportbike but was still capable of carving clean lines through the twisties.
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The 2007 Sportsters join the rest of the H-D line with its switch to electronic sequential port fuel injection.
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We like the classic naked styling of the Sporty, but one ride with a stiff head wind beat me about like a tattered sail.
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The Sportster gained 8 lbs over last year's model, with a claimed empty weight of 563 lbs.
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The Sportster model has come a long ways from its XL series 55 ci OHV debut in 1957.
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The increased torque is beneficial when you have a 215 lb. rider on-board.
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The handlebar wiring has been increased a couple of inches on the low-risers, making it easier to swap out bars.
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The Sporty's brakes haven't been one of the model's high points, but for 2007 the bike has upgraded up front from single to dual-piston calipers.
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Since Harley-Davidson started rubber mounting the Sportster's engines in 2004, the bike no longer rattles your teeth out of your head.
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With lots of twisting mountain roads and elevation changes, the natural terrain of Oregon provided excellent testing grounds for the Sportster's handling.
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For 2007, Harley-Davidson has kept classic Sportster cues like the peanut fuel tank, chrome staggered shorty dual exhaust and spoked wheels.
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The Sportster's hand controls have been made more rider-friendly, with an 8% reduction in clutch effort and an 11% reduction in the effort required to squeeze the front brakes.
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The Sporster's new induction helps give the bike about 15% more torque at 2500 rpm.
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Look - it's a Harley (MCUSA's Bryan) on a Harley.
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Motorcycle USA had the pleasure of rolling over the mountains of Oregon on the Pacific blue pearl 883cc Sportster.
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The dyno charts confirmed Harley's claim of more torque on the low end.
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The 2007 H-D Sportster is an affordable entry-level performer for those wishing to own a piece of the Harley V-Twin mystique.
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The 2007 H-D Sportster's front end has a better bite thanks to its dual-piston calipers.
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The 55 cubic-inch air-cooled XL Evolution engine has new cams which help generate more low-end power.
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The chrome, staggered shorty dual exhausts are a signature Sporty trait.
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Did you know that the Sportster is the longest continuously produced model in the vast Harley contingent?