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Ural M 66 (with sidecar)

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Specifications motorcycle Ural M 66 (with sidecar)

Engine and transmission
Engine Type Opposed
Number of cycles 4
Volume 649.00 cubic cm
Number of cylinders 2
Diameter X Stroke 78.0 mm X 68.0 mm
Valves 2
Compression 7.0:1
Power 32.00l. pro 5600 revolutions per minute
Torque 44.00 Nm per rev / min
Fuel system Carburettor
Cooling system Air cooling
Ignition Magneto
Fuel control OHV
Clutch Multiple Disc
Transmission 4-speed
Drive Cardan
Full speed 105km/h
Chassis
Frame Tubular. Steel
The front suspension Telescopic forks
Front suspension travel 140 mm
Rear suspension Pendulum. 2 Shock
Rear suspension 90 mm
Discs Spitsovannye
The dimension of the front wheel 3.75-19
The dimension of the rear wheel 3.75-19
Front brake Tympanic
The rear brake Tympanic
Weight and dimensions
Length 2420 mm
Width 1640 mm
Height 1100
Minimum ground clearance 150 mm
Wheelbase 1450 mm
Dry weight 320.0 kg
Curb weight 335.0 kg
The ratio of power / weight 0.0955
Fuel capacity 20.0l
Others
Co mments Another name for the model-Ural 3
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