2010 Hyosung GT650R FI

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2010 Hyosung GT650R FI
2010 Hyosung GT650R FI

2010 Hyosung GT650R FI
2010 Hyosung GT650R FI

2010 Hyosung GT650R FI
2010 Hyosung GT650R FI

2010 Hyosung GT650R FI
2010 Hyosung GT650R FI

2010 Hyosung GT650R FI
2010 Hyosung GT650R FI

– 2010 Hyosung GT650R FI

2010 Hyosung GT650R FI

The GT650R inspires rider confidence whether you are commuting or burning your favorite stretch of road. The distinct styling features a 2 stage projection beam for greater visibility. The chassis is fitted with 43mm inverted forks, an oval tube frame both increase rigidity to provide better rider feedback and greater stability. The GT650R is a motorcycle that begs to be ridden the long way home.

Our best performing sportbike is also available in naked trim. The GT650 is nealy identical to the GT650R – but with less bodywork and a less aggressive riding position. With serious performance AND serious comfort, it’s been called the best of both worlds.

 

 

Features and Benefits:

VFD (“Vacuum Fluorescent Display” commonly used in luxury automobiles for the digital displays) Hyosung is the first motorcycle manufacturer to use this technology in motorcycle production.

The GT650R comes standard with 4 way adjustable rearsets, because we believe in rider comforter.

The motor provides tons of low and mid-range torque that makes the bike a blast to ride

Adjustable 43mm inverted forks for greater handling.

Aluminum exhaust canister and stainless 2 into 1.

Large cooling capacity for the most demanding conditions

Oval tube frame for increased rigidity to provide better rider feedback and greater stability.





2010 Hyosung GT650R FI – USA Specifications
MSRP: Solid $6,099/2-Tone $6,499 USD

Chassis Overall Length(inch) 81.1
Overall Height(inch) 44.3
Overall Width(inch) 25.8
Wheel Base(inch) 56.5
Ground Clearance(inch) 6.5
Seat Height(inch) 31.5
Final Drive Chain 525
Brake (Front) 300Ø Semi floating double discs, 2 pistons calipers
Brake (Rear) 230Ø Single disc, 1 pistons caliper
Suspension (Front) 41Ø Upside down Telescopic
(Compression, Rebound damping adjustable)
Suspension (Rear) Linkage type Mono shock absorber
(Preload adjustable) and rebound adjustment
Tire (Front) 120/60-ZR-17 55W
Tire (Rear) 160/60-ZR-17 69W
Fuel Tank Capacity (gal) 4.5
Dry Mass 451 lbs

Engine Type Liquid cooled 90° V-twin DOHC, 4-valve per cylinder
Displacement(cc) 647
Bore x Stroke 81.5 x 62
Compression Ratio 11.6 : 1
Max Power 79 HP @ 9250 RPM
Max Torque 49.32 lb/ft @ 7250 RPM
Fuel System Fuel Injection (include immobilizer)
Lubrication Wet sump

Transmission Clutch Wet, Multiplate
Gear Constant mesh 6-speed (1down 5up)

Warranty Year 2


 

2010 Hyosung GT650R FI – Canada Specifications
MSRP: $7,895 – Two Tone $7,995 CDN

Dimensions & Dry Mass
Length Width Height
2,080 mm 760 mm 1,120 mm
Wheel Base Dry Mass Seat Height
1,435 mm 200 kg 780 mm
Frame Type Dual Lateral Oval Bar

Engine
Type Four-stroke, water-cooled, DOHC, 8 VALVES, 90-degree V-twin
Fuel System Electronic Injection
Bore and Stroke 57 x 48.8mm
Displacement Starting System Ignition
647 cc Electric Electronic

Capacity
Fuel Tank 17 litres

Transmission
Gears Clutch
6 Speed Wet Multi-Plate

Chassis
Front Suspension 41mm inverted telescopic with compression and rebound adjustment
Rear Suspension Mono Shock Pre-load
Front Tyre 120/60-17 55W
Rear Tyre 160/60-17 69W
Front Brake Dual Discs full floating 300mm
Rear Brake Disc 230mm

Warranty
Two Year – Unlimited

Price
$7,895 – Two Tone $7,995



 

 

 

2010 Hyosung GT650R FI – Press Release

Hyosung Gets Injected (Australian Press Release)

South Korea has been doing more than scanning the northern horizon for missiles in recent months: it’s been busy preparing for the launch of its own missiles. The Hyosung motorcycle range has been given a major facelift and now features fuel-injection across the entire 250cc and 650cc V-twin 2010 model range.

The popular GV250 and GV650 Aquila cruisers retain their signature styling and robust, powerful engines, but now have the added benefit of EFI. The EFI system provides seamless power throughout the rev range and smooth idling from cold.

The GT250 naked sports commuter and the GT250R sports model also feature EFI. Completely restyled with aggressive new lines, LED stop/tail-lamp and clear indicator lenses, they are set to regain their place at the top of the 250cc sales charts.

EFI also takes a front row seat on the three-model 650cc GT range. The GT650 naked, the half-faired GT650S sport tourer and the GT650R sport all feature the new styling changes, plus improved braking with four-piston callipers gripping 300mm semi-floating discs on all three models.

Great news for learner riders too. The 250cc models are automatically learner approved, but so too are all four 650cc models. The LAMS approved 650cc EFI models now deliver 40kw, up from 25kw on previous models. The non-LAMS 650cc versions pump out a healthy 59kw.

“This is great timing for the Hyosung range. As Australia pulls out of its economic dip, we have a fresh new range for riders both new and experienced,” said Hyosung Australia Brand Manager Simon Gloyne. “In 2006 and 2007 the Hyosung GT250R was the top selling 250cc road bike in Australia because of its massive package of features and performance for such a low price. Now that package has fresh styling and fuel injection across the entire range, we are aiming for the number one spot again.”

The new styling and technical updates are additional to an already value packed range with all models featuring USD forks (except GV250), grunty V-twin engines and now EFI.

The EFI models go on sale this month, with the following recommended price (before statutory and delivery charges):

GT250 $5990
GT250R $6990
GT650 naked $7990
GT650S sport tourer $8590
GT650R $8990
GV250 $5990
GV650 $9990

LAMS is not available in WA. It is available in all other states now and Queensland from July 1, 2009.

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