How big is a KLR650 fuel tank?

How big is a KLR650 fuel tank?

6.1 US gal

Engine Type Single-cylinder, water-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC, 4 valves
Displacement 651 cc
Bore × Stroke 100 mm × 83 mm (3.9 in × 3.3 in)
Compression Ratio 9.5 : 1
Fuel Capacity 6.1 US gal (23 l)

How much HP does a KLR650 have?

It features an updated 652 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that produces a quoted 40 horsepower and 39 lb-ft of peak torque.

How much weight can a KLR650 carry?

~ 400 lbs.
The KLR650 is a very tall bike with a seat height of 35 inches and is not best suited for shorter riders. The KLR is not recommended for two-up riding. Carrying / Load Capacity: ~ 400 lbs. Curb Weight: 432 lbs.

Is KLR650 fuel injected?

Featuring fuel injection for the first time, the new KLR650 remains an easy bike to get on and ride with an electric start which, especially at high altitude or in cold conditions, makes it a reliable work horse.

Can you Ride 2 up on a KLR650?

All day two up can get a little tight but for just running around two up without the dread of highway travel the KLR works pretty well. Since you are going to haul it you might give some though to a Suzuki DRZ 400 or a Yamaha WR250.

What is the KLR Doo Hickey?

Both generations of the Kawasaki KLR 650 have had a serious issue with the counter-balancing chain adjustment mechanism, or as most call it, a “doohickey”. Basically the doohickey tensions the counter-balancing chain and this helps neutralize engine shake and vibration, which makes for a smoother running engine.

What is considered high mileage for a KLR650?

Mine still runs strong, I see a lot more miles in it, but it is high mileage. In decent shape, 20,000 should be fully reasonable miles on a dual sport.

How many miles does a KLR650 last?

14,000 is Ok on KLR. It’s good for quite a bit more before any major engine work is needed, except for the Doohicky.

What is high mileage for a KLR650?

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What happens if the doohickey breaks?

Generally a doohickey failure will not result in a toasted engine, but it has happened. It’s a loose chunk of metal inside the engine. They seem to be welded together by the same guy that does the shift levers, so it’s well worth the peace of mind to replace it.