Honda XL 650V Transalp

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Make Model Honda XL 650V Transalp
Year: 2005-
Engine: Liquid cooled, four stroke, 52oV-Twin, SOHC , 3 valves per cylinder.
Capacity: 647
Bore x Stroke: 79 ,x 66 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.2;1
Induction: 2x 34mm slant-type CV type
Ignition / Starting: Digital transistorised / electric
Max Power: 52 hp @ 7500 rpm
Max Torque: 55Nm @ 5500 rpm
Transmission / Drive: 5 Speed / chain
Front Suspension: 41mm leading-axle fork, 220mm wheel travel
Rear Suspension: Pro-Link with adjustable compression damping, 172mm wheel travel
Front Brakes: 2x 256mm discs 2 piston caliper
Rear Brakes: Single 240mm disc 1 piston caliper
Front Tire: : 90/90 -21
Rear Tire: : 120/90-17
Seat Hieght843 mm
Dry-Weight: 191 kg
Fuel Capacity: 19 Litres
Standing ΒΌ Mile 14.6 sec
Top Speed169.3 km/h
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Designed to offer a uniquely European riding experience, the famous Transalp provides a balance of fun and adventure in a compact, easy handling package of performance. Its fully integrated bodywork and intelligently conceived accommodations provide a remarkably high level of day-to-day riding and touring comfort. And with a long-travel suspension to smooth out the rough spots, its hard-working 647cc liquid-cooled V-twin Engine: provides ample power to explore the upper reaches of mountain passes with the same ease and confidence it shows covering long distances on the highways. If your search for riding fun sometimes takes you off the beaten path, then the long-legged Transalp might be just the bike you need to get you where you want to go.

Giving stronger emphasis to the Transalp’s sporty and adventurous nature, the new 2005 model features new detailing touches that really catch the eye. One of the first changes to be noticed is the new black alumite finish gracing its lightWeight: aluminium wheel rims. Sharing the same colour shade and semi-gloss finish as the dual-sport tyres they mount, these new rims project a tougher image that perfectly complements the Transalp’s new colours. Providing another detailed accent on this aggressive new black image, the inner rotor of the Transalp’s rear disc brake has also been painted with a new matte black finish to match the front wheel hub and the black of the new rims, for a contribution to the bike’s overall sense of functional good looks.Another attractive new design touch can be seen in the Transalp’s new stainless steel dual exhaust ends. Tapering at the ends like air jets, these decorative new pieces also extend a more exhilarating tone to the Transalp’s exhaust note.

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