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2013 Honda Xr650l on 2040-motos

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YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Red
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Cheyenne, Wyoming

Cheyenne, WY

Honda XR tech info

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Honda XR description

2013 Honda XR650L, 2013 Honda XR650L On-road. Off-Road. All roads. It all starts in the engine room, where the XR's potent, 644cc OHC powerplant uses Honda's patented Radial Four-Valve Combustion Chamber (RFVC) to put out huge torque and power. From there, a gear-driven counterbalancer minimizes vibrations, while a light, rigid chassis and long-travel suspension soak up the bumps and deliver superb handling on pavement and off. Handy electric starting simply makes it all that much easier. Dual Personality Check out the features that make the XR650L such a competent machine on both the street and in the dirt: Semi-double-cradle steel frame. 43mm Showa cartridge fork with 16-position compression damping adjustability. Lightweight aluminum box-section swingarm with quick-detach rear wheel. Items like that make it a great dirt bike, while front and rear disc brakes, push-button electric starter, and a compact speedometer, steel fuel tank, and superior fuel economy make it an excellent street machine. Electric to Start. Electric to Ride. Push-button electric start combined with a high-output 12-volt system means easy starts. Includes a choke to help in cold weather. The 650 that Beat Baja. Our 644cc single in the XR650L can handle offroad terrain, so it can certainly handle your daily commute. Powerful, compact, durable and time-tested, you can't beat it. Long-Travel Front Suspension With a full 11.6 inches of travel, the air-adjustable 43mm fork also offers 16-position compression damping adjustability, letting you fine-tune it to deal with the bumps of off-road riding. Disc Brakes Disc brakes front and rear provide superior stopping power. Both front and rear disc rotors are drilled for lightness and better wet-weather performance.

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