2013 Beta 300 RR
The Beta 300 RR 2-Stroke has a 293.1cc single cylinder engine that has been given not only an electric start but also a backup kick start for even faster starts on the grid. The new suspension turns to Sachs for the new aluminum body and has the adjustable rebound and compression. It holds two gallons of fuel for longer run times, and weighs in at only 223 pounds for great control and maneuverability.
|Engine Type||Beta-Built single cylinder, 2-stroke, with BPV power valve system|
|Bore Stroke||72 mm x 72 mm|
|Fuel System||Keihin PXK 36 mm|
|Starting System||Electric start with back up kick starter|
|Final Drive||O-ring chain|
|Seat Height||36.6 in.|
|Front Suspension||48 mm Sachs USD fork, adjustable compression and rebound, TFX technology|
|Rear Suspension||New Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound, hi/low speed compression|
|Front Brake||260 mm floating rotor|
|Rear Brake||240 mm rotor|
|Fuel Capacity||2 gal.|
|Dry Weight||223 lbs.|
The introduction of electronic oil injection headlines the updates to the 2016 Beta 300 RR two-stroke off-road machine, and MotoUSA tests the Italian marque's two-stroke platform out on the trails.