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BMW  HP2 Enduro  Enduro General Specifications

General Specifications
Make BMW Model HP2 Enduro
Year 2006 Engine Air/oil-cooled Boxer twin-cylinder
MSRP $19990.00 USD Displacement CC 1,170.00
Type Enduro Displacement Cubic Inches 71.40
Frame Tubular steel trellis
Front Suspension WAD UPSD fork 45 mm; 10.6 in. travel Rear Suspension EVO Paralever; 9.8 in. travel
Ignition Analogue CDI (Capacitive Discharge Ign.)
Engine and Components
Engine Air/oil-cooled Boxer twin-cylinder Cubic Centimeters 1170
Cubic Inches 71.4 Bore and Stroke 101 x 73 mm
Compression Ratio 11.0:1 Induction Engine controller - BMS-K
Cooling Oil/air cooled
Oil System Wet sump
Transmission 6-speed
Clutch 180 mm dry single plate with hydraulic actuation Final Drive Enclosed driveshaft with 2 universal joints 2.82:1
Wheels and Tires
Front Rim Size 1.85x21 Rear Rim Size 2.50x17
Front Tire 90/90-21 Rear Tire 140/80R17
Front Tire PSI 33 Rear Tire PSI 36
Dunlop Front D607 Dunlop Rear D607
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 389.00 Dry Weight KG 176.40
Fuel Capacity US Gallons 2.9 Fuel Capacity Litre 11.00
Wheel Base 63.4 Rake 60.5°
Trail 5 in. Seat Height MM 919.50
Seat Height Inches 36.20
Maximum Horsepower 105 bhp @ 7000 rpm Maximum Torque 85 ft.lbs. @ 5500 rpm
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