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BMW R 65 (reduced effect) (1986) Motorcycle manufacturer BMW - Click for details


1986 BMW R 65 (reduced effect)

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1986 BMW R 65 (reduced effect) specifications

General information
Model:BMW R 65 (reduced effect)
Year:1986
Category:Touring
Engine and transmission
Displacement:649.00 ccm (39.60 cubic inches)
Engine type:Two cylinder boxer
Stroke:4
Power:27.00
Compression:8.4:1
Bore x stroke:82.0 x 61.5 mm (3.2 x 2.4 inches)
Valves per cylinder:2
Fuel control:OHV
Cooling system:Air
Gearbox:5-speed
Transmission typefinal drive:Shaft drive (cardan)
Physical measures and capacities
Weight incl. oil, gas, etc:205.0 kg (451.9 pounds)
BMW R 65 (reduced effect) dimensions and frame
Front tyre dimensions:90/90-18
Rear tyre dimensions:120/90-18
Front brakes:Single disc
Rear brakes:Expanding brake
Speed and acceleration
Top speed:147.0 km/h (91.3 mph)
Other specs
Fuel capacity:22.00 litres (5.81 gallons)

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