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Covingtons 300R (2011) More Covingtons Bikes

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2011 Covingtons 300R specifications

Physical measures and capacities
Color options:Black/white/red
Seat:Solo seat
Brakes, suspension, Frame and wheels
Wheels:Chromed spoked. 300 mm rear tyre
Rear brakes:Single disc
Front brakes:Single disc
Front suspension:Paughco chrome springer front end
Engine and transmission
Exhaust system:Santee
Driveline:BDL primary drive. Baker 5 speed raw finish transmisssion.
Transmission type,final drive:Chain
Engine details:TP 114 C.I. engne
Engine type:V2, four-stroke
Displacement:1868.24 ccm (114.00 cubic inches)
General information
Category:Custom / cruiser
Model:Covingtons 300R

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