2012 Husqvarna SMR630

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2012 Husqvarna SMR630
2012 Husqvarna SMR630

2012 Husqvarna SMR630
2012 Husqvarna SMR630

– 2012 Husqvarna SMR630

2012 Husqvarna SMR630 Review

The SMS 630 was inspired by the design of the 610, but completely renewed in terms of handling and performance.

The bodywork is all new, giving the bike a more streamlined and aggressive look. The seat, fuel tank, side panels, air ducts and mudguards at the front and rear all have a new design. The seat has new dual density padding to ensure greater comfort for rider and passenger even on longer routes.

The passenger also has two convenient grab handles anchored to the rear sub-frame for a safer, more comfortable ride. The new headlamp design offers greater lighting performance and is integrated into the headlight shield which in turn integrates with the racing front mudguard. The frame and swingarm have new black paint that compliments with either of the two new colour schemes: white and aluminium or white and black.

The bodywork on the elegant white and aluminium version benefits from the in mould design process meaning all logos are moulded into the plastic during production for greater durability.

On the more aggressive, sporty black and white version, the entire body is painted.

The design of the rear mudguard is also new, with a LED tail light and a new licence plate holder incorporated in the mudguard.

 

 

 

2012 Husqvarna SMR630 Features and Benefits

Engine
The SMR630 has a single cyclinder 600 cc engine. The DOHC head with a red painted cover is inherited from the Husqvarna competition bikes and this permits a 20% increase in power over the earlier 576 cc version. The SMR630 has an electronic fuel injection system developed in collaboration with Mikuni. The exhaust system on the four-stroke single cylinder engine has a “closed loop” lambda probe and twin aluminium exhaust silencers. The catalyser has been redesigned and optimised to meet Euro 3 requirements. The silencers are covered with stainless steel guards in the catalyser and passenger foot peg areas.

Brakes
The front brake is a new Brembo radial calliper with racing origins, operating on a 320 mm floating disc, while the rear brakes have a 220 mm disc with a Brembo single piston calliper.

Wheelbase 1495 mm
Overall length 2170 mm
Overall width 840 mm
Overall height 1190 mm
Seat height 910 mm
Min. ground clearance 240 mm
Dry weight 151 kg
Fuel tank capacity 12 litres

 

 



 

2012 Husqvarna SMR630 – North American Specifications/Technical Details
MSRP Price: $NA

Model not available in North America.

 


 

2012 Husqvarna SMR630 – Australian Specifications/Technical Details
AU MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing.

Engine
Type Single cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4 valve
Bore 100 mm
Stroke 76.4 mm
Displacement 600 cc
Compression ratio 12.4 : 1
Starting Electric
Cooling Liquid-cooled
Radiator 2
Lubrication Wet sump with oil pump and cartridge filter
Ignition Electronic, inductive discharge, with adjustable advance
Spark plug type NGK CR 8EB
Spark plug gap 0.7 – 0.8 mm
Fuel systen Electronic injection feed
Clutch Wet, multi-plate type, hydraulic control
Driving disc number 8
Driven disc number 7
Chassis
Type Steel single tube cradle; rear frame in light alloy
Front suspension MARZOCCHI USD telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle, rebound stroke adjustment
Fork leg diameter 45 mm
Fork travel 250 mm
Rear suspension SACHS Progressive Soft Damp type with single hydraulic shock absorber, spring pre-load adjustment. Compression and rebound adjustment (compression stroke – double adjustment)
Rear wheel travel 290 mm
Front brake 320 mm floating disc with hydraulic control and radial caliper
Rear brake 220 mm fixed with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Rim front 3.50″ x 17″, light alloy
Rim rear 4.25″ x 17″, light alloy
Tyre front 120/70-17″ PIRELLI 58HT Diablo / Dunlop ZR
Tyre rear 150/60-17″ PIRELLI 66H Diablo / Dunlop ZR

 


 

2012 Husqvarna SMR630 – Specifications/Technical Details
MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing.

Dimensions, weight, capacities
Wheelbase
58.86in
Overall length
85.43in
Overall width
33.07in
Overall height
46.85in
Seat height
35.83in
Min. ground clearance
9.45in
Trail
3.27in
Kerb weight, without fuel
324.1lb / 147kg
Fuel tank capacity
U.S. Gallons 3.17 / Imp. Gallons 2.63
Transmission oil
U.S. Quarts 1.90 / Imp. Quarts 1.58
Engine
Type
Single cylinder, four stroke
Bore
3.94in
Stroke
3.01in
Displacement
36.6cu.in / 600cc
Compression ratio
12.4:1
Starting
Electric
Cooling
Liquid cooled
Water radiator
No. 2 (with electric fan)
Lubrication
Type
Wet sump with lobe oil pump and cartridge filter
Ignition
Type
Electronic, inductive discharge, with adjustable advance (digital control)
Spark plug type
NGK CR 8EKB
Spark plug gap
0.0275-0.031in
Fuel system
Type
Electronic fuel injection
Brand and type
Mikuni D45
Clutch
Type
Wet, multiplate type; hydraulic control
Number of driving discs
8
Number of driven discs
7
Transmission
Type
Constant mesh gear type
Number of gears
6
Secondary drive
Transmission sprocket
Teeth 15
Rear wheel sprocket
Teeth 38
Transmission ratio
2,533
Driving chain
Brand and type
D.I.D. 520 V6 (5/8″x1/4″)
Frame
Type
Steel single tube cradle; rear frame in light alloy
Front suspension
Type
Upside-Down telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle; rebound stroke adjustment
Fork legs dia.
1.97in
Travel on legs axis
9.84in
Front fork manufacturer
Marzocchi
Rear suspension
Type
Progressive “Soft Damp” type with single hydraulic shock absorber; spring preload adjustment, compression and rebound adjustment (compression stroke: double adjustment)
Wheel travel
11.42in
Shock absorber manufacturer
Sachs
Brakes
Front
Floating disc with hydraulic control and radial caliper
Disc dia.
12.6in
Rear
Floating disc with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Disc dia.
8.66in
Wheels
Front
Light alloy
Size
3.50×17″
Rear
Light alloy
Size
4.25×17″
Tires
Front
Pirelli M/C 58H TL Diablo / Dunlop ZR
Size
120/70-17″
Rear
Pirelli M/C 66H TL Diablo / Dunlop ZR
Size
150/60-17″
Internal ratios
1st
2,615 (34/13)
2nd
1,812 (29/16)
3rd
1,350 (27/20)
4th
1,091 (24/22)
5th
0,957 (22/23)
6th
0,880 (22/25)
Primary drive
Clutch gear
Teeth 32
Transmission ratio
2,343
Electrical equipment
Voltage
12V
Headlight
60W
Pilot light
5W
Tail light
“LED” type
Stop light
21W
Turn signals
10W
Battery
12V – 12Ah
Timing system
Type
DOHC, 4 valve
Overall ratios
1st
15,529
2nd
10,762
3rd
8,016
4th
6,477
5th
5,679
6th
5,225


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