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|7th January 2007, 17:04||#1|
Wheelie Boy and his Honda-XR-650L
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hey guys,,,i was waiting to share this since a month,,
well here's the new year surprise to alll my frnds and fellow members of Team-BHP,
my HONDA-XR-650L is on ROAD,,,FIANALLY,,,eheheheh
yeah it got resistered on 13th dec,,i m done with 800+
anyways i wont waste your time,,
just check out the pics,, well there's one more surprise,,
check it out in the pic,,
WHEELIE-BOY with XR
pls gimme the ans of this QUEST,,,
alryt too much of posing and all,,
well its time for suprise,,
here's da SURPRISE ,,,,,
wat bout this ????
and THIS !!!!!!!!!!!!!
i hope u liked the pics,,plssss do comment on the pics
hey TUSHI,,,thankyou soooooo much bro,, i owe u big time yaa,,
for more pics - warriors2004/me n my XR-650L - Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
wheelie-video warriors2004/videos - Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
Engine Type: 644cc air-cooled dry-sump single-cylinder four-stroke
Bore and Stroke: 100mm x 82mm
Compression Ratio: 8.3:1
Valve Train: SOHC; four-valve RFVC
Carburetion: 42.5mm diaphragm-type constant-velocity
Ignition: Solid-state CD with electronic advance
Final Drive: #520 O-ringšsealed chain; 15T/45T
Suspension: Front:43mm air-adjustable leading-axle Showa cartridge fork with 16-position compression damping adjustability; 11.6 inches travel
Rear:Pro-Link Showa single shock with spring preload, 20-position compression and 20-position rebound damping adjustability; 11.0 inches travel
Brakes: Front:Single disc with twin-piston caliper
Wheelbase: 57.3 inches
Rake (Caster Angle): 27.0o
Trail: 102mm (4.0 inches)
Seat Height: 37.0 inches
Ground Clearance: 13.0 inches
Dry Weight: 324 pounds
Fuel Capacity: 2.8 gallons, including 0.6-gallon reserve
Meets current CARB and EPA standards.
California version differs slightly due to emissions equipment. (MINE IS CALIFORNIA MODEL)
Torrance, Calif. 06/02/2006 --
For adventure both on and off the pavement, the durable, powerful, electric-start XR650L has earned a reputation as the premier dual-sport ride.
Bulletproof 644cc SOHC four-stroke engine produces power and torque ideally suited for both on- and off-road riding.
Radial Four-Valve Combustion Chamber (RFVC) allows excellent combustion efficiency and high power output.
42.5mm constant-velocity carburetor offers crisp throttle response, excellent driveability and maximum power.
Reliable electric starter system allows easy push-button starting.
Gear-driven counterbalancer minimizes bothersome and tiring vibration.
Free-flowing, two-into-one exhaust system with quiet, USDA-qualified spark arrester/muffler.
Maintenance-free automatic cam chain tensioner and solid-state CD ignition with electronic advance keep you out of the shop and on the road.
Dry-sump engine maximizes power by minimizing crankshaft windage and engine temperature.
Durable five-speed transmission offers a gear for every on- or off-road situation.
Heavy-duty multi-plate clutch.
Heavy-duty, low-maintenance #520 O-ring drive chain.
- Semi-double-cradle steel frame is lightweight, strong and offers precise handling manners.
- 43mm XR(TM)-spec Showa cartridge fork features 16-position compression damping adjustability and superb off-road performance.
- Pro-Link(R) single-shock rear suspension system features a fully adjustable 46mm Showa damper for exceptional rear wheel control both on and off road.
- Lightweight, strong and durable aluminum box-section swingarm with quick-detach rear wheel.
- Front and rear disc brakes offer superb stopping power.
- Lightweight yet super-strong wheels.
- Frame-mounted passenger footrests allow two-up riding capability.
- Aggressive dual-purpose front and rear tires offer excellent performance both on and off road.
- 18-inch rear wheel for greater tire selection.
- Lightweight rims and hubs feature straight-pull spokes.
- Honda Racing(TM)-inspired colors and graphics.
- Combination headlight/number plate and dual airflow shrouds direct cool air to the engine.
- Enduro-style headlight features high/low beams.
- Motocross-style seat is comfortable and allows maximum rider movement.
- Large, durable fenders keep debris off the rider.
- Lightweight tubular engine guard.
- Wide-section folding, cleated footpegs are comfortable and self-cleaning.
- High-output 12-volt electrical system.
- Flex-mounted turn signals resist breakage.
- Compact speedometer features tripmeter/ odometer, a neutral light as well as high-beam, turn-signal and sidestand indicators.
- Easy-to-use choke allows for simple cold-weather starts.
- Push-to-cancel turn-signal switch.
- High-quality controls include comfortable grips and brush guards.
- Convenient helmet lock and rear-fender-mounted tool kit are standard equipment.
- Transferable one-year limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan.
- Purchase of a new, previously unregistered Honda unit by an individual retail user in the United States qualifies the owner for a one-year complimentary membership in the Honda Rider's Club of America(TM) (HRCA(R)). Benefits include online access to the Honda Common Service Manual, six issues of the bimonthly Honda Red Rider(TM) magazine, travel discounts, trip routing, MSF reimbursement, plus access to the HRCA Web site HONDA Rider's Club of America Look for the HRCA support team at select off-road events across the country. For details on the HRCA, dealers should call (310) 783-3958, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time.
source - Hondanews.com > Motorcycles > Dual Purpose > XR650L > Specifications
Last edited by GTO : 10th January 2007 at 11:36.
|7th January 2007, 17:09||#3|
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Errr...did you post on the wrong forum by mistake?
nd dis is not a mblephne so u dnt hve to pst in shrt hnd.
Wlk da trq
Last edited by Steeroid : 7th January 2007 at 17:12.
|7th January 2007, 17:28||#4|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Its not a good idea to tick off(pun intended)the dogs on the road....one day or the other they'll get you..
Last edited by 2L8uLoose : 7th January 2007 at 17:31.
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|7th January 2007, 17:37||#8|
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Location: Navi Mumbai
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hey nice ones wheelie boy...so are you taking part in the longest whellie competion with the xr650 or your scooter.
|7th January 2007, 17:44||#9|
|7th January 2007, 19:55||#12|
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Join Date: Oct 2005
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Congrates for Bike.
Nice Wheelie Pics..
BTW How much long wheelie you can do on honda XR650L ?
|9th January 2007, 09:48||#14|
|9th January 2007, 09:50||#15|
m still learning on this bike,,waiting for riding gear,, 1ce i get them i'll try some off road stuffs,, ysterday i had trouble riding on off road,, i dont wanna take the risk again,,
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