Service manual 2005 Harley-Davidson VRSC Models + Electrical Diagnostics

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In 2005, Harley-Davidson offered three VRSC (V-Twin Racing Street Custom) models as part of their lineup. These models featured a liquid-cooled Revolution V-Twin engine and a sleek, modern design. Here are the VRSC models available in 2005:

VRSCA V-Rod: The VRSCA V-Rod was the base model of the VRSC series. It featured a 1130cc Revolution engine, fuel injection, and a power output of around 115 horsepower. The V-Rod had a distinctive drag-style handlebar, a low-slung profile, and a wide rear tire for a muscular appearance.

VRSCB V-Rod: The VRSCB V-Rod was similar to the VRSCA model but with a slightly different design. It featured a more traditional handlebar setup with pullback risers, giving it a more relaxed riding position compared to the VRSCA. The VRSCB also had different paint options and graphics to provide a distinct look.

VRSCSE Screamin’ Eagle V-Rod: The VRSCSE was a special edition model that showcased Harley-Davidson’s Screamin’ Eagle performance division. It featured a larger 1250cc Revolution engine, high-performance cams, and upgraded components for increased power and performance. The VRSCSE also had unique custom paint and exclusive features not found on the other VRSC models.

These VRSC models helped introduce a new direction for Harley-Davidson, incorporating modern technology and styling while still retaining the brand’s signature V-Twin character.

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