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Ural Gear Up

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Specifications motorcycle Ural Gear Up

Engine and transmission
Engine Type Opposed
Number of cycles 4
Volume 745.00 cubic cm
Number of cylinders 2
Diameter X Stroke 78.0 mm X 78.0 mm
Valves 2
Compression 8.6:1
Power 40.00l. pro 5600 revolutions per minute
Torque 52.00 Nm per 4000 revolutions per minute
Fuel system Carburettor
Cooling system Air cooling
Ignition Electronic ignition
Fuel control OHV
Clutch Multi-disc (2). Dry
Transmission 4-speed with reverse
Drive Cardan
Transmission 2WD
Fuel consumption 7-9l/100 km
Full speed 105km/h
Chassis
Frame Tubular. Steel
The front suspension Lever. 2 shock absorber. Sachs
Rear suspension Pendulum. 2 shock absorber. Sachs
Discs Spitsovannye
The dimension of the front wheel 4.00-19
The dimension of the rear wheel 4.00-19
Front brake Disc, one disc. Brembo
The diameter of the front brake 298 mm
The rear brake Tympanic
Weight and dimensions
Length 2580 mm
Width 1700 mm
Height 1100
Seat Height 813 mm
Minimum ground clearance 150 mm
Dry weight 341.0 kg
Fuel capacity 19.0l
The volume of fuel tank 3.5L
Others
Co mments 2WD, switchable drive carriage, reverse gear, spare wheel, spare tire rack, stroller canopy, canister, light-finder, paddle, the arc of strollers
Colours Forest Fog, Desert Camo, Forest Camo
Starter Electric and kick starter
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