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2008 Highland SuperMotard 950 Specs

General ─░nformation

Model Highland SuperMotard 950
Year 2008
Category Super motard

Engine and transmission

Displacement 950.00 ccm (57.97 cubic inches)
Fuel system Injection
Fuel control Double Overhead Cams/Twin Cam (DOHC)
Transmission type, final drive Chain

Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels

Frame type CrMo steel

Physical measures and capacities

Fuel capacity 20.00 litres (5.28 gallons)

Other specifications

Comments Engine - The ultra-light 60-degree 950 cc V2 engine is designed and developed by motorcycle enthusiasts with over 100 years of tradition in building motorcycles. This state-of-the-art, fuel injected, eight valve, DOHC, six speed V-twin develops 80-100 Hp depending on tuning and offers full response and power even at low revs. Brakes - Highly effective and sensitive Brembo or Braking brakes make sure that the margins are on your side. You can brake with full control on all surfaces. Two or four (depending on model) piston calipers at the front and single piston caliper at the rear. Front suspension - The Marzocchi 50 mm front fork offers long wheel travel and full damping adjustability (rebound and compression) that ensures you to make the most use of the powerful engine. Rear suspension - The ├ľhlin rear shock absorber provide 300 mm wheel travel, and is fully adjustable to suit any rider weight or riding condition. Gas tank - The 20 liter tank allows you to ride for hours without needing to stop. It is rotation-moulded in impact-resistant polyethylene and integrated in the frame which helps to lower the centre of gravity. Frame - The extremely rigid frame design in rectangular CrMo steel profile gives a stable ride with total road feedback. It is unique in its simplicity and easy to dismantle for engine maintenance. Wheels - The rims are from Excel with billet machined aluminum hubs from Talon. This together with stainless steel spokes makes for the strongest wheels in the business.
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