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– 2007 Suzuki RM85

2007 Suzuki RM85

The RM85L and RM85 are loaded with technology derived from Suzuki’s championship-winning motocross bikes. Both bikes offer incredible performance with the RM85L featuring larger wheels and a longer swingarm and wheelbase to suit larger riders. Either way, with smooth power delivery, loads of mid-range and lightweight handling, both bikes are perfect for learning to race – and learning to win!

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FEATURES:

Key Features

– The machine of choice in the mini-class available in two wheel size versions


Engine Features

– High-revving 84.7cc, liquid-cooled, case-reed engine produces strong peak power and torque – includes aluminum exhaust valves for more stable exhaust flow and RM125-style exhaust valve governor and linkage for precise valve movement and strong throttle response

– SCEM-plated cylinder – lighter than a steel-sleeved cylinder with superior heat transfer capability

– KeihinT PE28 carburetor provides smooth throttle response and is designed for simplified maintenance

– Smooth shifting 6-speed transmission – shift drum detent plate and detent spring designed for positive shift feel, plus needle bearing mounted on the left side of the shift drum to reduce friction

– Knurl-finished gear shift lever tip for improved appearance and feel

– Large-capacity radiator for efficient engine cooling (same size as single RM125 radiator)

– Magneto cover with styling similar to RM125/250


Chassis Features

– Frame designed for increased rigidity, durability and straight line performance; features large diameter tubing in key areas and large front reinforcement plate

– Aluminum swingarm with chain adjustment system similar to RM125 and 250

– Brake and shift pedals designed with thick cross-section for durability

– Showa 37mm inverted fork featuring cartridge damping system with fully-adjustable rebound damping and 20-way adjustable compression damping – Includes fork guards to protect inner fork tubes

– Showa rear shock absorber with large diameter shock body and valving designed to produce a plush feel and increase bottoming resistance

– Twin piston front brake caliper and large 220mm diameter front brake rotor, plus RM125 front master cylinder

– Lightweight rear brake system with large 200mm diameter rear brake rotor for positive brake feel

– Chrome-moly footpegs for increased durability and improved rider feel

– RM125-style clutch lever with long lever stroke for precise clutch operation and feel

– Two wheel size versions to fit a variety of young riders: RM85 – F: 70/100-17, R: 90/100-14, RM85L – F: 70/100-19, R: 90/100-16

– Fuel tank, radiator shroud, seat and number plates with design and graphics similar to RM125/250




SPECIFICATIONS:

Engine: 84.7cc, two-stroke, single cylinder, liquid-cooled, AETC, crankcase reed
Bore Stroke: 48 x 46.8mm
Compression Ratio: 9.5:1 / 10.9:1
Fuel System: KeihinT PE28
Lubrication: Premix
Ignition: CDI
Transmission: 6-speed
Final Drive: #428 chain
Overall Length: 1805 (71.1 in.)
Overall Width: 735mm (28.9 in.)
Overall Height: 1100mm (43.3 in.)
Seat Height: 850mm (33.5 in.)
Ground Clearance: 325mm (12.8 in.)
Wheelbase: 1240mm (48.8 in.)
Dry Weight: 65 kg (143 lbs.)
Suspension Front: Inverted, cartridge-type, 20-way adjustable compression & fully-adjustable rebound damping, 10.8 inches of travel.
Suspension Rear: Link-type, fully-adjustable spring preload, and 4-way compression and 16-way rebound damping, 10.9 inches of travel.
Brakes Front: Single hydraulic disc
Brakes Rear: Single hydraulic disc
Tires Front: 70/100-17 40M
Tires Rear: 90/100-14 49M
Fuel Tank Capacity: 5.0 liter (1.3 gal.)
Color: Yellow
MSRP: $3,099.00

All Specifications and features are subject to change

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