Harley Davidson Sportster Streamliner

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Harley Davidson Sportster Streamliner
Manufacturer
Production 1971
Class Sport Bike
Engine
Overhead-valve, V-twin
Fuel System Carburetor
Transmission Gear box: 4 Speed
Brakes Rear: Drag chute and skids
Weight
Manuals Service Manual


The Harley Davidson Sportster Streamliner was a Overhead-valve, V-twin Sport Bike motorcycle produced by Harley Davidson in 1971.

Drive[edit]

The bike has a 4 Speed transmission.

1971 Harley Davidson Sportster Streamliner[edit]

1971 Harley Davidson Sportster Streamliner 1971 Harley Davidson Sportster Streamliner

In 1970, renowned racer Calvin Rayborn II, or Cal Rayborn, behind the bars of the Harley Davidson Sportster Streamliner, set a new land speed record of 265.492 mph on the Utah Bonneville salt flats, a record that remained unbroken until 1975. The streamlined, stiletto-shaped machine was equipped with a Sportster engine that ran on 70% nitro-methane, had a 23" diameter and a wheelbase of just over 10 feet.