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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Can-Am Spyder Roadster GS Phantom Black Limited Edition, 2009

Can-Am Spyder Roadster GS Phantom Black Limited Edition, 2009
The Spyder GS Phantom Black Limited Edition SM5 roadster.
Phantom Black Body Kit:
Center panel, left and right front fenders, left and right side panels, hood, front facing, rear fender, rear tip.
6-Spoke Custom Wheel Kit
Fog Lights
Seat Skin
Mono Seat Cover
Trunk Liner
Anti Vibe Bar Ends
Front Axle Cap Cover
Front Shock Bolt/Nut Covers
Caliper Trim
Premium Decals
Ultra Sport Windshield
Billets Ends Caps
Billet Rear Axle Covers
Billet Swing Arm Cover
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Buell 1125CR, 2009

Buell 1125CR, 2009

Overall Length6 81.3 in. (2066 mm)
Overall Width8 29.3 in. (744 mm)
Seat Height7 (Standard) 30.5 in. (775 mm)
Ground Clearance6 5.43 in. (138 mm)
Rake7 (steering head) 21.0°
Fork Angle7 21.0°
Lean Angle9:
• Soft Contact, Right - 48°
• Soft Contact, Left - 48°
• Hard Contact, Right - 50°
• Hard Contact, Left - 50°

Trail7 3.3 in (84 mm)
Wheelbase6 54.5 in. (1385 mm)
Tires4 (Pirelli® Diablo® Corsa III):
• Front - 120/70 ZR-17
• Rear - 180/55 ZR-17
Fuel Capacity 5.30 gal (20.1 L)
Reserve Fuel Capacity 0.80 gal. (3.0 L)

• Dry Weight - 375 lbs. (168 kg)
• Gross Vehicle - 850 lbs. (386 kg), Weight Rating - Load Capacity 390 lbs. (177 kg)

The Engine
Engine Helicon™ liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 72° V-Twin Valves Dual OHC, four valves per cylinder,
finger follower design and shimming
Bore x Stroke 4.055 in. x 2.658 in.
(103.00 mm x 67.50 mm)
Displacement 68.7 cu. in. (1125 cc)
Compression Ratio 12.3:1
Fuel Delivery Dual 61 mm down draft throttle bodies, DDFI III fuel injection
Intake Zero-resistance airbox, pressurized
RAM air intake
Exhaust Tuned, tri-pass resonance chamber with intergal helmholtz tuning and mass-centralized mounting

The Drivetrain
Primary Drive Helical Gear, 1.806:1 65/36 ratio
Final Drive3 Constant path, 14 mm pitch aramidreinforced Veyance Hibrex® belt with Flexten® Plus technology, 2.815:1 (76/27) ratio
Clutch Wet, multi-plate, Hydraulic Vacuum Assist (HVA) slipper – action clutch, hydraulic clutch lever effort
Transmission 6-speed, straight cut gears
Gear Ratios:
• 1st 2.462
• 2nd 1.750
• 3rd 1.381
• 4th 1.174
• 5th 1.042
• 6th 0.960

The Chassis4
Frame Aluminum frame, fuel in frame
Front Forks 47 mm Showa® inverted forks with adjustable compression damping,rebound damping and spring preload
Rear Shock Showa® coil-over monoshock with external piggyback reservoir and adjustable compression damping, rebound damping and spring preload

The Wheels:
• Front Phantom Metallic : 6-spoke, ZTL™ cast aluminum 3.5 in. x 17 in.
(88.9 mm x 431.8 mm)
• Rear 6-spoke, cast aluminum : 5.5 in. x 17 in.
(139.7 mm x 431.8 mm)

The Brakes
• Front : ZTL²™ brake, 8-piston, 4 pads, fixed caliper, 375 mm single-sided, insideout, stainless steel, floating rotor
• Rear :Two-piston, direct mount caliper; 240 mm, stainless steel, fixed rotor
Suspension Travel:
• Front Wheel 4.72 in. (120 mm)
• Rear Wheel 5.00 in. (127 mm)

The Electric
Battery (per Battery Council International Rating)
Sealed lead acid, maintenance-free, 12V, 12-amp/hour, 200 cca Charging 37-amp, permanent magnet, three-phase, solid-state regulator (500W @7000 rpm, 500W peak)
Starting 900W electric with one-way clutch

• Headlamps Type (three-bulb headlamp system with daylight running mode, 55-watt [H7]) 55-watt low beam (one 55-watt bulb),   110-watt high beam (55-watt low beam with additional 55-watt bulb)
• Tail/Stop Lights 5W/21W
• Turn Signal Lights LED manual canceling
• License Plate Light 5W
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Buell 1125R, 2009

Buell 1125R, 2009

The superbike category of Buell 1125R is powered by the 1125 cc liquid-cooled 72-degree V-Twin Helicon engine generating 146 crank hp and 82 ft. lbs. of peak torque. With a foundation built on the core Buell Trilogy of Technology creating optimum performance, the 1125R remains true to Buell’s original sense of sportbike style and design.
The  new gear position readout is added to the digital display on the instrument panel as a scroll-to feature. A high-output alternator has increased capacity for accessory use. Slider bobbins have been added to the swingarm for protection and easy use of a rear stand.
The front wheel rides on fully adjustable Showa 47 mm upside-down forks, while the Buell ZTL2 front brake has an eight-piston caliper. A smooth-shifting six-speed transmission works with a HVA (Hydraulic Vacuum Assist) slipper-action clutch that uses engine vacuum for easy clutch-lever action and reduced engine braking during downshifts.
The Quiet Zone aerodynamics optimize air flow around the rider for enhanced race performance and rider comfort. The fairing shape was developed using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis, and features six-bulb headlamps, while LED turn signals are integrated into the mirror housings.

The Buell 1125R highlights
Buell Helicon 1125 cc liquid-cooled four-stroke, 72-degree V-Twin engine
146 peak hp @ 9800 rpm
82 ft. lbs. peak torque at 8000 rpm
New Phantom Metallic frame and swingarm with blacked-out footpeg mounts and heel guards
New tinted windscreen, Hero Blue with Arctic White bodywork and Smoked with Racing Red and Midnight Black
New gear position readout on the instrument cluster
New high output alternator increases capacity for accessory use
New slider bobbins on swingarm for protection and use of rear stand
Underslung muffler with Helmholtz chamber
DDFI 3 Electronic Fuel Injection ECM
New targeted fuel injectors
Ram-air pressurized air box
Twin side-mount radiators
HVA (Hydraulic Vacuum Assist) Slipper Action clutch
ZTL2 four-pad, eight-piston front brake
Fully adjustable 47 mm Showa inverted fork
Fully adjustable Showa rear shock absorber
Fuel-in Frame 5.3-gallon capacity
Dry Weight: 375 pounds
Wheelbase: 54.6 inches
Seat height: 30.5 inches
Pirelli Diablo Corsa III tires
Pre-Wired for Accessory Heated Grips
Midnight Black, Arctic White or Racing Red bodywork

Overall Length6 78.6 in. (1996 mm)
Overall Width8 28.2 in. (716 mm)
Seat Height7 30.5 in. (775 mm)
Ground Clearance6 4.50 in. (114 mm)
Rake7 (steering head) 21.0°
Fork Angle7 21.0°
Lean Angle9:
• Soft Contact, Right - 48°
• Soft Contact, Left-48°
• Hard Contact, Right-50°
• Hard Contact, Left-50°

Trail7 3.3 in. (84 mm)
Wheelbase6 54.6 in. (1387 mm)
Tires4 (Pirelli® Diablo® Corsa III):
• Front 120/70 ZR-17
• Rear 180/55 ZR-17

Fuel Capacity 5.30 gal. (20.1 L)
Fuel Economy2
(EPA urban/highway test)
39/53 mpg (6.0/4.4 L/100 km)
Reserve Fuel Capacity 0.8 gal. (3.0 L)

• Dry Weight
• Gross Vehicle
Weight Rating
370 lbs. (168 kg)
850 lbs. (386 kg)
Load Capacity 390 lbs. (179 kg)

The Engine
Engine Helicon™ liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 72° V-Twin
Valves Dual OHC, four valves per cylinder,
finger follower design and shimming
Bore x Stroke 4.055 in. x 2.658 in.
(103.00 mm x 67.50 mm)
Displacement 68.70 cu. in. (1125 cc)
Compression Ratio 12.3:1
Fuel Delivery Dual 61 mm down draft throttle
bodies, DDFI III fuel injection
Intake Zero-resistance airbox, pressurized
RAM air intake
Exhaust Tuned, tri-pass resonance chamber
with intregal helmholtz tuning and
mass-centralized mounting

The Torque
(North America per SAE J607) 82 ft. lbs. @ 8000 rpm
(111.2 nm @ 8000 rpm) Horsepower
(North America per SAE J607) 146 hp @ 9800 rpm
Lubrication Dry-sump with integrated oil reservoir in lower crankcase
Oil Capacity10 2.7 qts. (2.6 L)
Oil Filtration Disposable cartridge and washable strainer
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BMW Lo Rider Concept, 2009

BMW Lo Rider Concept, 2009


The BMW Lo Rider – sporty, purist roadster study with an individually variable design.
The Purist, powerful, unfaired and reduced to the absolute essentials – these few words provide an incomplete description of the BMW Lo Rider, the new concept study by BMW Motorrad. At fi rst sight, the focus would seem to be on the creation of a roadster with a muscular appearance, openly displayed technology and powerful fl at twin engine for pure emotion and maximum motorcycling fun. But behind all this is in fact a completely new custom concept.

The bike’s low weight, the powerful and high-torque fl at twin engine and high-quality chassis technology give it a high level of sporty riding dynamics, while the lowered chassis and the relaxed yet active seating position with the broad handlebars are more of a loan from cruisers and naked bikes.
The concept is such that, for the fi rst time, the customer can be involved in the design of the BMW Lo Rider to an extent which goes beyond what has previously been possible to date. Numerous options including different exhaust systems, seats, headlamp units and paint fi nish variations allow for a level of customisation which is far greater than the familiar individualisation by means of special equipment features and accessories. This means that the entire character of the vehicle can be adapted to the customer’s individual taste: the customer can take full pleasure in assembling a machine just as he wants it – from a cool cruiser to an aggressive muscle bike.

• Combines current technology with modern and classic stylistic elements.
• Design elements can be individually combined by the customer.
• Raised or lowered exhaust system, as preferred.
• Seat for one or two as preferred, or aluminium perch seat.
• Headlamp unit in classic shape or in streetfi ghter style, as preferred.
• Fuel tank with or without aluminium trim, as preferred.
• Four paint fi nishes for the fuel tank.
• Three paint fi nishes for the engine casing.
• Front and rear wheel wings fi nished either in black or chrome, as preferred.

The BMW Motorrad has a tradition of coming up with new ways and ideas when it comes to motorcycling. Fascinating studies and designs have been produced in the past using ideas which then found their way into serial production.
But studies by BMW Motorrad are about more than just trying to develop a motorcycle which has not existed in a given form before. In addition to functions and quality, BMW developers focus on the emotional component – the connection between man and motorcycle. The guiding principle is that a motorcycle should not just function perfectly but should also appeal to all the riders’ senses simultaneously, arouse an emotional response in him and fi ll him with enthusiasm at every moment – when stationary and when moving, as a whole and in its detail. In short: it has to light the fire.

The Emotion through interaction – individualisation made-to-measure.
With the BMW Lo Rider study presented at the EICMA in Milan, BMW Motorrad is not just demonstrating a continuation of this policy but is in fact taking a signifi cant step forward in focusing on the interaction between man and motorcycle. The idea is that for the fi rst time, the customer should be interactively involved in the design of his BMW – going far beyond the familiar adding of special equipment features and accessories. The customer is to be given the opportunity to be much more deeply involved in the design of the Lo Rider from the outset, creating a customised, made-to-measure machine based around the principal components such as engine and chassis.

The Classic meets modern – a combination of stylistic elements from different eras.
The study Lo Rider does not fi t into any of the classic motorcycle segments – and it is not supposed to. It combines the latest technical attributes of high performance sports motorcycles with the traditional, classic principles of motorcycle construction. State-of-the-art chassis components from sports motorcycle construction such as the powerful upside-down fork, 6-piston
brake calipers with real bite and wide 17-inch tyres are combined with styledefi ning elements of motorcycle construction from the  fifties and sixties.

The idea in detail.
The concepts, also based on styles of the fi fties and sixties, as well as differing paint fi nish versions, the BMW Lo Rider offers the motorcycle fan a wealth of possibilities by means of which to interpret the roadster theme in a highly individual way according to his own personal taste founded on a single basic motorcycle. In fact the Lo Rider gives the creativity of its rider almost completely free rein.

The Chassis and engine – state-of-the-art technology based on classic principles.
The mixture of classic and modern stylistic elements of motorcycle construction combined with state-of-the-art technology is what gives the Lo Rider its defi ning look from all angles. A torsionally stiff space frame of sophisticated architecture openly displays the bike’s technology and together with the upside-down telescopic fork at the front and Paralever rear-wheel swing arm provides the modern basis in terms of chassis technology - just as it is to be found in some current models of the BMW Boxer series. What
is more, the chassis of the Lo Rider has been lowered as compared to conventional roadsters.

In terms of tyre dimensions, the 17-inch wheels represent the current state of the art for sports motorcycles, though with their chrome wire spokes, black hubs and steel rims they ingeniously echo the characteristic stylistic elements and fl air of a past era.
By contrast, contemporary technology and a high level of riding dynamics is provided by elements such as the high performance dual brake disk with powerful 6-piston calipers, together with wave brake discs  borrowed from motor racing at the front and the single disc brake at the rear.
In terms of its engine, the Lo Rider also relies on technology which is both contemporary and full of character – the legendary, highly responsive BMW flat twin “Boxer” engine. For 85 years, the construction principle of this engine has stood for unmistakable, authentic design, a full torque curve and unique sound and power. In its current version with an output of over 100 bhp,
overhead camshafts, electronic fuel injection and exhaust gas purifi cation, the powerful response of this dynamic and distinctive
2-cylinder is simply perfect for the BMW Lo Rider.
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BMW K1300, 2009

BMW K1300, 2009

Detail Value:
Engine size : 1293cc
Power : 173bhp
Top speed : 155mph

MCN overall verdict rating is 4
It may look largely the same as the outgoing model but the latest version of BMW’s naked K1300R has had a host of small changes that add up to a much better bike all-round. With a claimed 173bhp and some seriously clever optional electronically-adjustable suspension, traction control and a long list of options to choose from, BMW has built a bike that almost defies naked bike logic. And don’t forget the new K-series range now has proper indicators rather than the confusing triple switches of old.

The motor is the biggest single area of improvement over the previous model. Engineering development was handed over to the spanner magicians at Ricardo – the same firm that designed the gearbox for the 1000bhp Bugatti Veyron hypercar. This is the first time BMW has worked with Ricardo on one of its bikes. The result is a claimed 173bhp from an increased 1293cc four-cylinder motor that is much smoother with bundles of power and torque. It’s one of the best big-capacity motors on the road today combining lovely refinement with a racing engine snarl when pushed. And yes, it’s very, very, very fast. The only question is how long you can hang on.  
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Friday, April 29, 2011

Ural Gzhel, 2009

Ural Gzhel, 2009


Allow us to introduce Ural Gzhel – a very special Ural Tourist hand painted in the 14th century pottery painting style by our own Svetlana Zyryanova.

Svetlana is an employee of the IMZ factory Paint Department. Some of the things she does at work is polishing the paint and applying camouflage spots onto Gear Ups. In her spare time, Svetlana is an accomplished artist. She became very interested in taking on a project of painting Ural Tourist in an exclusive Gzhel style. It was an exciting opportunity for her creativity to take the lead and make something unique and exquisite. She chose her own paint, the brushes, she came up with the design and patterns and hand painted every detail in her own spare time. The result was amazing! We are proud now to present to you her beautiful work of art. On the left side panel one can see Svetlana’s signature and the date – September 2008.

Why Gzhel and what’s "Gzhel"?
Gzhel is an example of traditional Russian folk art with roots going back to the 14th century. The art of gzhel pottery and design originated from the settlements southeast of Moscow along Gzhelka River. Today this well-known design of blue ornaments on white background is one of Russia’s cultural gems. Gzhel evolved from pottery to the famous blue-patterned fine porcelain known for its makers’ exquisite taste and excellence in craftsmanship.

We decided to dress one Ural in the finest design that centuries of tradition afford us; share with you the talent of the people at our factory and demonstrate what they can actually do.

This motorcycle looks like the finest porcelain figurine, but luckily it is not as fragile… and one can actually drive it! The beautiful hand painting on all body parts is clear coated for protection so that you can really show it off on the road.

How to buy Gzhel Ural?
It is truly one of a kind Ural and we just can’t bring ourselves to putting a price tag on it. That is why we will offer it on eBay on April 3 at noon EST with the help of one of our dealers. The delivery of the motorcycle will take place at a dealership close to the winning bidder.

The winning bidder will also receive a special souvenir – an exclusive bottle of Gzhel vodka … with at least some vodka left inside.
The last but not the least – we will donate 10% of proceeds from the sale of Ural Gzhel to the Irbit Children School of Arts to support local arts program in Irbit.
Maximum speed of motorcycle 105 km/h 65 mph
Dry mass of motorcycle 736 lb
Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight 1344lb.
Noise level below 80db
Fuel consumption 26 - 31.3 mpg

Length 2580 mm / 8 ft
Width 1700 mm / 5 ft 6 in
Height 1100 mm / 3 ft 6 in
Road Clearance 125 mm / 5 in
Seat height 840 mm / 33 in
Wheel base 1470 mm / 58 in

Type 4 stroke, overhead valves, opposed twin-cylinder
Displacement 749 cc
Cylinder bore 78 mm
Piston stroke 78 mm
Compression ratio 8.6 :1
Rated horsepower 23 KW / 45 BHp
Rated rotational speed 5600 RPM
Rated torque 52 N -M @ 3750 RPM
Lubrication system Dual system of forced lubrication and splashing
Lubricant SAE 20W/50

Carburetor type 32 CVK Keihin
Number of carburetors 2
Air cleaner Paper Filter Element
Fuel 91 octane premium unleaded gasoline
PCV Valve Internal Breather

Ignition system Electronic Ignition
Spark plugs NGK BP7HS or Equivalent
Ignition timing Automatic advance
Alternator 50 amp / 14 Volt
Battery Interstate FAYTX-20HL or equivalent
Headlight Wagner, 7" round sealed beam
Clutch Dry double-disk clutch
Gearbox 4 speed gearbox with reverse

I gear 3.6
II gear 2.28
III gear 1.56
IV gear 1.19
Reverse gear 4.36
Speedometer drive ratio 0.4
Final drive ratio 4.62

Fuel tank (gasoline) 5 Gal / 19L
Reserve (gasoline) .5 Gal / 2L
Engine (oil) 68 Oz / 2L
Transmission (oil) 34 Oz / 1 L
Final drive (gear oil) 4.5 Oz / 105 ml, Tourist Model 3.5 Oz / 135 ml
Shock Absorbers (shock oil) 105 ml / 3.5 oz
Brake Reservoir DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid to upper line

Frame Tubular welded
Rear wheel suspension Swing arms with spring shock absorbers
Front fork Leading link
Sidecar Cushioned body (on rubber cushions) and wheel with hydraulic spring shock absorber
Sidecar drive Steel shaft driven by final drive. User Selectable for (Patrol and Gear Up only) engagement.
Brakes Disc-type with hydraulic drive on front, Shoe type with mechanical drive on rear and sidecar wheels
Tires 4” x 19”
Front 32 psi cold
Side 30 psi cold
Rear 40 psi cold

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Ural Gear-Up, 2009

Ural Gear-Up, 2009


Want to stand out in a crowd and be able to disappear in the woods or desert? Try the Ural Gear-Up. Just like its cousin, the Patrol, with its on-demand sidecar drive, Gear-Up’s origins trace back to the military past of the Ural motorcycle family. The Gear-Up combination is as tough as a Russian AK-47!

Despite its clearly military upbringing, the Gear-Up is equally fit for more peaceful missions, such as fishing or hunting trips. If fishing or hunting is not your forte, you can still amaze your friends with the motorcycle’s ability to blaze through mud, sand and snow... Did we mention its irresistible camo paint schemes?

Model number: IMZ-8.1037
Dimensions (L x W x H):  2580 x 1700 x 1100 mm / 101.6 x 66.9 x 43.3 inches
Seat height: 785 mm / 30.9 inches
Road clearance: 125 mm / 4.9 inches
Dry weight: 335 kg / 739 lbs
Recommended max speed: 95 km/h / 62 mph
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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Husaberg FE390 Enduro, 2010

Husaberg FE390 Enduro, 2010

Key Features

Upside-down fork
The fully adjustable 48 mm fork from WP Suspension has been further optimised to ensure even more responsive handling and provide high damping reserves. Combined with the increased 22 mm offset (previously 19 mm) of the CNC-machined triple clamps, this guarantees more reliable front wheel control.

Positioned directly behind the fuel cap, it is covered by the front section of the seat. The airbox’s elevated position guarantees the intake of cool, clean air and maximum wading depth. The intake duct is in the direct downdraft from the filter to the cylinder.

The slim, 8.5 litre tank runs far below the seat to provide an optimal centre of gravity and is equipped with both a compact fuel pump and new reserve sensor. The transparent polyethylene also enables the fill level to be determined at a glance.

Exhaust System
The integration of the stainless steel exhaust manifold offers optimum protection from rock damage and keeps the rider from coming into direct contact with it.

The latest Brembo front brake with optimised front brake pads for maximum braking performance at minimal effort. Effective single-piston brake caliper in the rear. Ultra-light wave discs for the ultimate braking performance and better self-cleaning of the brakes.

PDS Shock
Fully adjustable WP PDS shock with optimised setting for even more traction. Adjustable rebound damping and variable high and low speed compression damping guarantee the perfect configuration for all conditions.

Light double-cradle perimeter frame made of chrome-molybdenum. Guarantees the greatest torsional rigidity and secure tracking stability. Extremely slender lower tube loops. Minimal overall width. Unbeatable ground clearance.

Especially light and made of highquality aluminium, the silencer assures compliance with all official noise limits.

Cross-linked polyethylene (PE) ensures that the plastic construction has the highest stability values and a reduced weight at the same time. Many electric components have been perfectly imbedded in the rear fender.

Engine type Single cylinder, 4-stroke
Displacement 393.3 mm
Bore / stroke 95 / 55.5 mm
Compression ratio 11.1 : 1
Starter / battery Electric starter / 12 V 7Ah
Transmission 6 gears
Fuel system Keihin EFI
Control 4 V / OHC with rocker levers
Lubrica tion Pressure lubrication with 2 oil pumps
Engine oil Motorex, SAE 10W-50
Primary ratio 33 : 76
Final drive 13 : 38 (13 : 52)
Cooling Liquid cooling
Clutch Wet multi-disc clutch, hydraulically operated
Engine management Keihin

Frame Double cradle perimeter design 25CrMo4
Subframe Cross-linked Polyethylene
Handlebar Magura, Aluminium Ø 28 / 22 mm
Front suspension WP-USD Ø 48 mm
Rear suspension WP-PDS shock absorber
Susp. travel front / rear 300 / 335 mm
Front / rear brakes Disc brake
Ø 260 / 220 mm
Front / rear rims 1.60 x 21"; 2.15 x 18" DID
Front / rear tires 90 / 90-21"; 140 / 80-18"
Chain Chain 5/8 x 1/4"
Silencer Aluminium
Steering head angle 63.5°
Wheel base 1,475 +/– 10 mm
Ground clearance 390 mm
Seat height 985 mm
Tank capacity approx. 8.5 litres
Weight (ready to race) approx. 114 kg (without fuel)
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Coyote, 2010

 Coyote, 2010


Factory Warranty..2 Years Manufacturer
Dry Weight - Front.261 lbs (118 kg)
Dry Weight - Rear.401 lbs (182 kg)
Dry Weight - Total.662 lbs (300 kg)
GVWR.1012 lbs (459 kg)
GAWR - Front. 345 lbs (156 kg)
GAWR - Rear. 667 lbs (303 kg

Fuel - Total...3.8 gal (14.4 L)
Fuel - Main...3.4 gal (13 L)
Fuel - Reserve...0.4 gal (1.5 L)
Oil Capacity...2.875 - 3 qts (2.7 - 2.8 L)
Frame Rake..39 degrees
Tree Rake...3 degrees
Trail...4.74" (120.3 mm)
Front Suspension...41 mm Telescopic
Fork Length...+2.0" (50.8 mm)
Seat Height...24.5" (622.3 mm)
Ground Clearance...4.5" (114.3 mm)
Wheel Base...77.5" (1969 mm)
Total Length...102.5" (2604 mm)
Front Brake...4-Piston Diff Bore
Rear Brake...4-Piston
Front Tire...MH90-21 56V
Rear Tire...250/40-R18 81V
Front Tire Pressure...40 psi (275.8 kPa)
Rear Tire Pressure...42 psi (289.5 kPa)
Front Wheel...21" x 2.15" (533.4 mm x 54.6 mm)
Rear Wheel...18" x 8.50" (457.2 mm x 215.9 mm)
Engine...OHV 45 degree V-Twin
Displacement...117 c.i. (1917 cc)
Bore x Stroke...4.125" x 4.375" (104.8 mm x 111.1 mm)
Compression Ratio...9.6:1
Fuel System...Carbureted
Primary Drive...Comp/Balance Drive
Final Drive...1.125" (28.6 mm) Belt
Ignition...Electronic Single Fire
Charging Output...35 Amp
Battery...310 CCA/Sealed AGM
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Bulldog, 2010

 Bulldog, 2010


Factory Warranty......2 Years Manufacturer
Dry Weight - Front......322 lbs (146 kg)
Dry Weight - Rear.......446 lbs (202 kg)
Dry Weight - Total......768 lbs (348 kg)
GVWR......1208 lbs (548 kg)
GAWR - Front......424 lbs (192 kg)
GAWR - Rear.....783 lbs (355 kg)
Saddlebag Capacity (lbs).....15 lbs (6.8 kg) per bag
Saddlebag Volume (cu ft).....1 cu ft per bag
Fuel - Total....4.5 gal (17.0 L)
Fuel - Main......4.1 gal (15.5 L)
Fuel - Reserve.....0.4 gal (1.5 L)
Oil Capacity.....3.5 qts (3.3 L)
Frame Rake.....34 degrees
Tree Rake......3 degrees
Trail.....4.8" (121.9 mm)
Front Suspension......41 mm Telescopic
Fork Length......-1.0" US (-25.4 mm)
Seat Height......24.25" (616.0 mm)
Ground Clearance.....4.5" (114.3 mm)
Wheel Base......74.63" (1895.6 mm)
Total Length.....101.5" (2578 mm)
Front Brake.....4-Piston Diff Bore
Rear Brake.....4-Piston
Front Tire......120/70-R21 62V
Rear Tire.....250/40-R18 81V
Front Tire Pressure.....40 psi (275.8 kPa)
Rear Tire Pressure.....42 psi (289.5 kPa)
Front Wheel....21" x 3.25" (533.4 mm x 82.5 mm)
Rear Wheel.....18" x 8.50" (457.2 mm x 215.9 mm)
Engine.....OHV 45 degree V-Twin
Displacement.....111 c.i. (1807 cc)
Bore x Stroke.....4.125" x 4.125" (104.8 mm x 104.8 mm)
Compression Ratio....9.7:1
Fuel System.....CLEFI
Primary Drive....Chain - Spring Compensated
Final Drive........ 1.125" (28.6 mm) Belt
Ignition....Electronic Single Fire
Charging Output....35 Amp
Battery....310 CCA/Sealed AGM
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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Bimota DB5R, 2011

Bimota DB5R, 2011


International Specifications

Type: Ducati 1100DS
Configuration: 90 degree L-Twin
Displacement: 1079cc
Cooling: air/oil
Compression Ratio: 10.5±0.5:1
Valves per Cylinder: 2
Bore x Stroke: 98.0mm x 71.5mm
Redline: 9000rpm
Valve Angle: intake: 28 degree, outlet: 28 degree
Valvetrain Type: Desmodromic
Fuel Pump: Bitron 3.5bar, electronic
Throttle Body: 45mm
Air Filter: Foam
Exhaust System: 2 in 1 in 2, inox
Injection: Magneti Marelli
Lubrication: Wet Sump
Fuel Tank: 4.2gal/1.3gal reserve (16l/5l reserve)

Type: Dry Clutch, multi-disc
Clutch: Slipper Clutch
Primary Drive: 32/59 teeth
Final Drive: 15/40 teeth
Gear Ratio: VI - 28/24; V - 24/23; IV - 22/24; III - 20/27; II - 17/30; I - 15/37

Wheelbase: 56.1in (1425mm)
Swingarm Lenth: 20.3±0.8in (515±20mm)
Seat Height: 31.9in (810mm)
Footpeg Height: 14.6in - 15.32in (370mm - 385mm)
Handlebar Height: 33.9in (860mm)
Steering Stem to Seat Center: 25.2in (640mm)
Front Suspension: 43mm UD Öhlins TIN Coated Fork, fully adjustable (Pre-load, Compression, Rebound), travel 4.7in (120mm)
Front Wheel: 3.50 x 17.0 OZ Forged Alluminium
Front Brake: Double 320mm Brembo floating discs, Brembo Radial Caliper, 4-piston, 4-pad
Rear Suspension: Öhlins Monoshock, fully adjustable (Pre-load - External Hydraulic Device, Compression, Rebound)
Rear Wheel: 5.50 x 17.0 OZ Forged Aluminium
Rear Wheel Trail: 4.7in (120mm)
Rear Brake: 230mm Brembo Disc , 2-piston, 2-pad
Curb Weight: 375lb (170kg)

All specifications are subject to change without notice. The above price is the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Price excludes any applicable freight, dealer setup, tax, title, or licensing fees and is subject to change. Actual dealer prices may vary.

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Bimota DB5 1000, 2011

Bimota DB5 1000, 2011

International Specifications
Displacement 1,078 cc
Cylinder No. 2
Joint Cooling (Air / oil)
Magneti Marelli electronic injection power with the bodies of 45 mm
Declared maximum power 95 hp at 7,000 rpm
Clutch Dry multiplate with ABS
Type Tubular steel chassis and aluminum
Type inverted hydraulic fork suspension
Rear Suspension Type 1 buffer
Measure front tire 120/70-ZR 17
Measure 17 180/55-ZR rear tire
Front brake system 2 discs floating
Rear Disc Brake System
Maximum length 2,045 mm
Wheelbase 1,425 mm
Seat height 820 mm
Fuel tank capacity 16 l (5 l reserve)
Declared weight 169 kg

Exact displacement 1,078 cc
4t Cycle
N ° cylinders 2
Available in L
Joint Cooling (Air / oil)
Distribution DOHC (double overhead camshaft)
2 x cylinder valves
Magneti Marelli electronic injection power with the bodies of 45 mm
Bore x stroke 98 mm x 71.5 mm
Compression 10.0 ± 0.5: 1
Declared maximum power 95 hp at 7,000 rpm
Declared maximum torque 10.5 kgm at 5,500 rpm
95/98 Unleaded Fuel
Antipollution regulations Euro3

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Benelli Century Racer 899, 2011

Benelli Century Racer 899, 2011

ENGINE Specifications

In line 3 cylinders, 4-stroke, liquid cooled , 4 valves per cylinder double overhead camshaft, with balancer shaft

BORE x STROKE 88 x 49,2 mm
RATED OUTPUT 88 kW (120 cv) @ 9500 rpm
MAX. TORQUE 88 Nm (9 kgm) @ 8000 rpm


FUEL SUPPLY Electronic injection with three throttle bodies ø53 mm
EXHAUST SYSTEM With catalytic converter and oxigen sensor

CLUTCH Wet clutch
GEARBOX 6 speeds

1° - 14/39
2° - 18/35
3° - 21/32
4° - 23/30
5° - 24/28
6° - 25/27

FINAL DRIVE Chain drive, ratio 16:41


FRAME Decomposable, front steel trestle, rear alluminium alloy casting
FRONT SUSPENSION Ø50 mm upside-down fork, with idraulic extension / compression and spring preload adjustments.

REAR SUSPENSION Steel tube trestle swingarm, rear dumper with idraulic adjustment (extension, compression) and spring preload assembled with progressive link


FRONT BRAKE Twin floating Wave disk ø320 mm with radial 4 piston calipers
REAR BRAKE Singol Wave disk ø240 mm with double piston caliper
FRONT RIM TYPE Alluminium alloy

REAR RIM TYPE Alluminium alloy

FRONT TYRE 120/70-ZR17 (120/65-ZR17)
REAR TYRE 190/50-ZR17 (180/55-ZR17; 190/55-ZR17; 200/50-ZR17)


LENGHT 2085 mm


UNLADEN WEIGHT 208 kg (ant 52,6% - post 47,4%)
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