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Specifications, pictures and owners reviews for Kawasaki Versys 650:
Mootorcycle type:Adventure
Year:2015
Dimensions L/W/H(cm):216.5 / 94.5 / 140
Engine size (cc):649 cc displacement
Fuel supply:EFI with two 38mm Keihin throttle bodies
Compression ratio:10.8:1
Bore and Stroke:83x60 mm
Ground clearance:170mm (6.7 inches)
Engine oil capacity:1.9litres (2 quarts)
Fuel tank capacity :19.0 litres (5 gallons)
Top speed:197 km/h (122 mph)
Peak horse power:64 hp
Max torque:57 nm (42 ft lbs)
Dry weight:201 kg (443 lbs)
Wet weight:216 kg (476 lbs)
Front suspension:41mm hydraulic telescopic fork with stepless adjustable rebound and preload. 150mm wheel travel
Rear suspension:single offset laydown shock with remote adjustable spring preload. The wheel travel is 145mm.
Front tyre size:120/70-17
Rear tyre size:160/60-17
Transmission type:6-speed with positive neutral finder
Ignition / starting:TCBI with electronic advance
Front brakes:dual 300mm petal discs with single-piston caliper and ABS
Rear brakes:single 250mm petal disc with one-piston caliper and ABS
Final drive:Chain drive
Cooling system:Liquid cooling
Fuel consumption:5.20 l/100km (45.2 mpg)
Picture of Kawasaki - Versys 650Versys 650

Additional notes regarding the technical specifiaction of Kawasaki Versys 650:
- Fuel consumption (fuel economy) measured in L/100km or MPG (miles per gallon) shows how many liters of fuel the motorcycle burns for a 100km rum and respectively how many miles it can run with one gallon of fuel. It means that based on its technical specifications Kawasaki Versys 650 will burn a gallon of fuel on every 45.2 miles of your trip or 5.20 liters on every 100km. So if Kawasaki Versys 650 has a tank full of 5 gallons of fuel it can be ridden for 227 miles till we run out of gas. Of course we better make sure we top it up again before that happens.
- 649 cc engine displacement (engine size) - this is the total swept volume of all the pistons in the cylinders when they are performing a complete stroke. In the common case the bigger the displacement volume the more powerful the engine and lesser fuel economy. The engine displacement is measured in cubic centimeters (cc) or liters (l) and for Kawasaki Versys 650 it is 649 cc as per the specifications above.
- 170 mm or 6.7 inches ground clearance - this is the distance between the ground surface and the lowest part of Versys 650 not counting the tyres of course as they are meant to be in contact with the ground. Usually off-road bikes have higher ground clearance while sport bikes have lower ground clearance.Bore and stroke measures of Kawasaki Versys 650
- Bore and stroke 83x60 - the bore is a measurement of the inside diameter of the cylinder. The stroke represents the distance traveled by the piston from the top of the cylinder to the bottom (or vice versa) in a single stroke. Based on the technical specifications above Kawasaki Versys 650 has a bore with diameter of 83 mm and the length of the stroke is 60 mm. Versys 650 has a short stroke engine because in this particular case the bore of the Kawasaki engine is bigger that the length of the stroke.
- Compression ratio 10.8:1. Imagine an engine's piston is at the bottom of its stroke (step one) and moves up compressing the gas in the cylinder till it reaches its top position of the stroke (step 2). The compression ratio is the ration of the volume in step one over the volume in step two. To avoid engine knocking when compression ratio is high those motorcycles might be recommended to use premium fuel only. Engines with higher compression ratio are more energy efficient because they are able to extract more mechanical energy from a certain amount of fuel.
- Chain final drive: If you wonder which of the final drive variations is best in driving power from the engine to the rear wheel, the answer is that all of them have specific advantages and may surpass the rest in performance on certain occasions and style of riding. All three variations of final drive have been used for a very long time and each of them has proved to be successful one. The final drive of Kawasaki Versys 650 is chain.
final drive implemented with chainChain final drives are known for their simplicity and efficiency in driving power from the engine to the rear wheel of the motorcycle and are one of the most popular final drive options by far. However all chains require keeping an eye on them and proper lubrication when they get dry and cleaning when they get dirty.
- Liquid cooling system: both air and liquid cooling systems serve the same purpose to keep the engine in an optimal temperature range and they both have their advantages. Liquid cooling is generally used in multi-cycinder engines with higher horsepower usually found in sport bikes and touring motorcycles to keep the engine in its optimal temperature range for its efficient performance.Kawasaki Versys 650 turn signals - replacement
- If you decided to fix the turn signals of your Kawasaki Versys 650 yourself there is nothing to worry about as that is indeed an easy DIY task. Generally the motorcycle turn signals wires are color coded and disconnecting them is not a problem. It could be as simple as disconnecting both the male and female ends if box connection is used. Complete the installation of the new Kawasaki Versys 650 turn signals by properly connecting the wires after they are securely mounted.UV and dust protection cover for Kawasaki Versys 650
Since the dimensions of the Kawasaki Versys 650 are given in the specs that would help you get the right size motorcycle cover. If any additional aftermarket accessories have been installed on the bike they may have an effect on the dimensions. A larger cover will be needed if the motorcycle has an additional backrest, sissy bar or panniers fitted.

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