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The Fisher MRX 650

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by DJQ, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. DJQ

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    Not the most powerful but damn, it looks sweet..


    MRX 650 SPECIFICATIONS
    ENGINE
    ENGINE TYPE 647cc liquid-cooled 90-degree V-twin
    BORE & STROKE 81.5mm x 62.mm
    COMPRESSION RATIO 11.47:1
    VALVE TRAIN DOHC; four valves per cylinder
    CARBURATION Dual Mikuni 39mm
    IGNITION Computer-controlled digital with variable mapping
    DRIVETRAIN
    TRANSMISSION Six Speed
    FINAL DRIVE #530 O-ring-sealed chain
    CHASSIS, SUSPENSION & BRAKES
    FRONT SUSPENSION 43.0mm inverted Ohlins cartridge fork with spring-preload, rebound- and compression-damping adjustability; 4.3” of travel; mount for radial brake calipers
    REAR SUSPENSION Single shock with spring-preload, ride height adjustment, rebound- and compression-damping adjustability; 4.6-inch travel
    FRONT BRAKES Dual full-floating 310.0mm discs with four-piston radial-mount calipers
    REAR BRAKES Single 210.0mm disc with single-piston caliper
    FRONT TIRES 120/70ZR-17 radial
    REAR TIRES 180/55ZR-17 radial
    DIMENSIONS
    RAKE
    24.0 degrees
    TRAIL 4.0 inches
    WHEELBASE 56.1 inches
    SEAT HEIGHT 31.0 inches
    DRY WEIGHT 347.0 pounds
    FUEL CAPACITY 4.6 gallons
    PERFORMANCE
    HORSEPOWER 79@ 9000 RPM
    TORQUE 52@ 7500 RPM


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  2. Shafft

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    I like the jagged lines of it.. nice!
     
  3. Eisenflower

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    Sweet Vtwin!!
     
  4. DJQ

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    I love it, looks super sexy..
     
  5. VR6in

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    The lines remind me of the new Triumph Daytona's.......Just a lot more extreme.
     
  6. DJQ

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    From cycleforums..

     
  7. miloped

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    I think I'd get sliced in half by that tank!!
     
  8. Rizzle

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    :werd: not liking the yellow though im more into the black one
     
  9. Nick

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    looks cool, but the hp/torque numbers SUCK :pfft: I'm sure that will change later on.
     
  10. miloped

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    It's not too bad considering the Suzuki SV's make about 70hp, and 45 ft/lbs
     
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    Sick lookin' bike!
     
  12. Eisenflower

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    How do they? It's a small vtwin, not an inline 4.. makes more then most of it's competition in fact. #'s seem pretty descent to me, would have all of the low end fun that a vtwin endures, while looking better then the rest in it's class.
     

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