The Harley-Davidson VRSC (V-twin racing street custom), or V-Rod, is a line of V-twin cruiser motorcycles made by Harley-Davidson from 1999 until 2017. They are often called muscle bikes for their relatively high power output. The V-Rods are the first Harley-Davidson street motorcycles with double overhead camshafts (DOHC) and liquid cooling.
Model years: 2009–2017. The V-Rod Muscle was introduced in the summer of 2008 at the Harley-Davidson dealer show in Las Vegas for the 2009 production model year. In promoting the Muscle, American fashion model Marisa Miller was hired for an advertising campaign aimed at younger, urban riders. It would be one of only three VRSC models for 2009.
This engine with zero miles was built by Anaheim-Fullerton Harley-Davidson for the movie “The Green Hornet”. The engine was unused in the movie and put up for sale. The engine was acquired from Anaheim-Fullerton Harley-Davidson in the USA. Additional parts were purchased to refine the already excellent work done by Anaheim-Fullerton Harley-Davidson from the USA and Canada.