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BMW F 650ST Strada

   

 

Make Model.

BMW F 650 ST Strada

Year

2000

Production

1994 - 2000 total 51 405 units

Engine

Four stroke, single cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder

Capacity

652 cc / 39.8 cub. in.

Bore x Stroke 100 x 83mm
Compression Ratio 8.8:1
Cooling Liquid
Lubrication Dry sump

Induction

2 x ∅33mm Mikuni carburetors

Ignition

Digital

Starting

Electric

Spark Plugs

NGK D8EA

Clutch

Multi plate in oil

Max Power

35 kW / 48 hp @ 6500 rpm

Max Torque

57 Nm / 5.8 kgf-m / 42 lb/ft. @ 5200 rpm
Transmission 5 Speed

Final Drive

Chain

Gear Ratios

1st 2.75 / 2nd 1.75 / 3rd 1.31 / 4th 1.05 / 5th 0.88:1
Frame Single loop tubular with bolt on trussing

Front Suspension

41mm Telescopic forks non adjustable.

Front Wheel Travel

170 mm / 6.7 in.

Rear Suspension

Rising rate monoshock preload adjustable.

Rear Wheel Travel

165 mm / 6.5 in.

Front Brakes

Single ∅300mm disc 2piston caliper

Rear Brakes

Single ∅210mm disc 1 piston caliper

Front Tyre

100/90 -18

Rear Tyre

130/80 -17

Front Rim

2.5 x 18

Rear Rim

3.0 x 17

Dimensions

Length:  2180 mm / 86.2 in.

Width:      820 mm / 32.3 in.

Height:   1220 mm / 48 in.

Wheel Base

1480 mm / 58.3 in.

Seat Height

785 mm / 30.9 in.

Ground Clearance

800 mm / 31.5 in.

Dry Weight

173 kg / 381.4 lbs

Wet Weight

191 kg / 421 lbs.

Fuel Capacity 

17 Litres / 4.5 US gal

Consumption  Average

5.5 l/100km / 42.8 US mpg

Tank Range

309 kms / 192 miles

Braking 60 - 0 / 100 - 0

13.6 m / 38.1m  /  44.6 ft / 125.1 ft.

Standing ¼ Mile  

13.7 sec / 149.8 km/h / 93.1 mph

Acceleration 0 - 100mk/h / 62 mph

6.2 sec

Top Speed

165.2 km/h / 102.7 mph

Reviews Motorcycle.com 

   

Sold right alongside BMW's new dual-purpose single will be its fraternal twin, the F650 Street. As the name implies, this is a more street-oriented version of the F650. Both bikes share spoke wheels, but the ST uses an 18-inch front rim, one inch smaller than the F650. The result is quicker steering and a lower seat height for the ST. Tires are chosen purely for road work, with a set of Metzeler street tires replacing the F650's enduro rubber. Other differences include a lower windscreen on the ST, designed to function more effectively at higher speeds (although the F650's taller screen will bolt right on the ST).

The ST's handlebars are narrower, allowing a more tucked-in position for freeway riding while the F650's wider bars allow more leverage off-road. Front fender design differs between the two bikes as well. A higher unit is fitted to the F650 to provide more clearance for dirt and mud, and side extensions cover the lower fork legs to protect them from stones chips. Also offering more protection is the F650's front engine plate which tucks in tighter to protect the engine, while the ST's functions more as an aerodynamic spoiler.

All of the options available for the F650 can be fitted to the F650ST.