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BMW is well known for its first class items and the F 800 GT makes no exemption. The cruiser was constructed because of flexibility and can handle long trips easy. At the heart of the cruiser lies a 798cc, water-cooled, 4-stroke, in-line two-chamber motor with two overhead camshafts, four valves for every barrel and dry sump grease.

The motor creates a greatest force of 90 Hp (66 KW) at and 63 Lb/Ft (86 Nm) 8,000 rpm of torque at 5,800 Rpm and is mated to a consistent cross section 6-Speed gearbox. On account of the solid motor, the cruiser can achieve a greatest pace of in excess of 125 mph with a fuel utilization of 69 mpg (ascertained at a consistent rate of 90 kmph).

The halting force is taken care of by front double drifting circle brakes, with a distance across of 320 Mm got by 4-cylinder settled calipers and back single plate brakes with a breadth of 265 Mm sqeezed by single-cylinder coasting calipers. For improved halting force you likewise get a standard ABS framework.

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