Tuesday, June 23, 2009

2009 Honda XL700V Translap



Engine and transmission
Displacement: 680.20 ccm (41.51 cubic inches)
Engine type: V2
Stroke: 4
Power: 59.13 HP (43.2 kW)) @ 7750 RPM
Torque: 60.00 Nm (6.1 kgf-m or 44.3 ft.lbs) @ 5500 RPM
Compression: 10.0:1
Bore x stroke: 81.0 x 66.0 mm (3.2 x 2.6 inches)
Fuel system: Injection. PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Valves per cylinder: 4
Fuel control: SOHC
Ignition: Digital transistorised with electronic advance
Starter: Electric
Cooling system: Liquid
Gearbox: 5-speed
Transmission type
final drive: Chain

9 comments:

Danny said...

Planning to add a little off road adventure to your rides?

Thom said...

How can ya tell this is for offroad? The tires? They don't look as slick as the Harley's do.

Danny said...

Thom,

Suspension on both ends is set up like an off road motorcycle. It sets up high off the ground like an off road motorcycle. At the same time it has mirrors and signals for on the road use. The tires too, tread somewhere between off road and street tire. A lot of time these bikes are called duel-sport or adventure bikes. No road is off limits to you. You can take it on the highway or turn down any dirt road or wide dirt trail. I wouldn't imagine this one being too fun on tight single track but a fire road would not pose a problem. The ideal use for this would be to take the highway/freeway to your favorite national park, then turn down the dirt road or fire road to a remote campsite few people see. I have considered one as a future bike but with the seat height being so high and my inseam being short I would have hell getting my feet to the ground.

Dr.John said...

And here I just thought it was a nice looking bike.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

What a fantastic Bike !! This is so powerful..Great one..Unseen Rajasthan

Rob said...

Is it being offered as a model in the US? Decusuibs, Decisions! OH what to choose this bike or the FURY?

Dave said...

Hey Danny....You can adjust the seat hight up and down using the pre-load adjuster on the rear shock, I raise and lower/soften mine all the time depending what wheight I carry.The shortest person I've seen riding one of these was probably about 5'

Cheers

Dave...

Danny said...

Thanks Dave! That will help me when I start shopping for a new bike in a few years.

Thom said...

Danny...thanks so much for the explanation. Much appreciated :)