2004 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Roadster! It is in perfect condition and sounds like new. Soo has to pravarla and take it. We give you 30 days warranty. The Sportster is a line of motorcycles produced continuously since 1957 by the company Harley-Davidson. Sportster models are designated with the product code starting with "XL" referring to what was once a lightweight eXperimental model (eXperimental Light). In 1952 the predecessors of the Sportster, the K Sport Model, and Sport Solo were introduced to the market. These K, KH, and KHK models from 1952-1956 are not always considered Sportsters, but they are definitely inspiration and forerunners of the line. Basically to compete with the European brands of motorcycles, mainly the British. The Sportster are powered by true 45-degree V-twin engines, where both cylinders share the same axle. The Sportsters have the transmission linked to the engine with a primary transmission chain, and a wet multi-disc hydraulic clutch. This model in 1958 incorporates the characteristic "peanut tank" to date, although its capacity has varied slightly over the years. The models of the 60's incorporate the "shorty dual" escapes that were continued with very slight modifications. In 1967 the electric start was included and in 1969 mufflers are put in the leaks due to noise pollution. For the 70's the HD sportster models start their battle with the Japanese motorcycles, for it in 1972 the displacement of the engine is increased to 1,000 cc. In 1983 the model "XL" that had disappeared in 1959 is relaunched to the market. In 1986 they are equipped with "evolution" engines commonly known as EVO. The models from 1991 onwards have five speeds, 1990 and earlier have four. Since 2004, the model has been completely redesigned, starting with a radical change in the frame that allowed the engine to be mounted on rubber blocks, reducing the vibration transmitted to the motorcyclist. The communicator of the leaks is hidden under them, and the width of the rear wheel is modified from 130 to 150 mm. As of 2007, and in full celebration of the 50th anniversary of the line started in 1957, the Sportster models replace their carburetor with an EFI electronic fuel injection system.