2016 Beta 350 RR

2016 Beta 350 RR
MSRP $9,399

On the 2016 Beta 350 RR the Electronic Fuel Injection comes in handy among other reasons. The new DLC-coated oil scraper ring reduced heat build up and also helps with wearing it down, the aluminum internal engine parts reduce the weight compared to the steel components from years prior.

2016 Beta 350 RR

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Specifications
Year2016
ManufacturerBeta
Model350 RR
Engine TypeSingle cylinder, four-valve, (titanium intake and exhaust), four-stroke,
Engine Displacement349cc
Bore Stroke88 mm x 57.4 mm
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Compression Ratio13:1
Fuel System42 mm Electronic Fuel Injection
IgnitionDC-CDI with variable ignition timing, Kokusan. 200 watt output at 6000 RPM
Starting SystemElectric start with back up kick starter
TransmissionSix-Speed
Final DriveO-ring chain
Rake Trail26.5° / 0.9 in.
Seat Height36.8 in.
Wheelbase58.7 in.
Front Suspension48 mm Sachs USD fork, adjustable compression and rebound, TFX technology
Rear SuspensionAluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression
Front Brake260 mm floating rotor
Rear Brake240 mm rotor
Front TireMichelin Enduro Competition
Rear TireMichelin Enduro Competition
Fuel Capacity
Dry Weight234 lbs.
MSRP9399

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