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Specifications, pictures and owners reviews for Aprilia Pegaso 650:
Mootorcycle type:Adventure
Year:1997-2009
Dimensions L/W/H(cm):216 / 81 / 109
Engine size (cc):652 cc displacement
Fuel supply:2x32mm Mikuni BST33
Compression ratio:9.1:1
Bore and Stroke:100x83 mm
Ground clearance:250mm (9.8 inches)
Engine oil capacity:2.2litres (2.3 quarts)
Fuel tank capacity :21.0 litres (5.5 gallons)
Top speed:180 km/h (112 mph)
Peak horse power:50 hp
Max torque:59 nm (43.5 ft lbs)
Dry weight:160 kg (353 lbs)
Wet weight:175 kg (386 lbs)
Front suspension:45mm inverted fork, preload adjustable, 175mm wheel travel
Rear suspension:boxed swing arm, rebound and prelaod adjustable monoshock with 165mm wheel travel distance
Front tyre size:100/90-19
Rear tyre size:130/80-17
Transmission type:5-speed
Ignition / starting:Electric starting
Front brakes:single 300mm disc with double piston caliper
Rear brakes:one 220mm disc and single-piston caliper
Final drive:Chain drive
Cooling system:Liquid cooling
Fuel consumption:5.60 l/100km (42 mpg)
Picture of Aprilia - Pegaso 650Pegaso 650

Additional notes regarding the technical specifiaction of Aprilia Pegaso 650:
- Fuel consumption (economy) is usually presented in L/100km (shows how many liters of fuel it consumes per 100 kilometers) or in MPG (shows how many miles it can go with one gallon of fuel). In the average case Aprilia Pegaso 650 will burn 5.60 liters on every 100km of your trip. That is based on the technical specifications of the motorcycle and may vary depending on several factors as style of riding, temperature, road condition etc. As per the MPG number it will run for 42 miles while burning one gallon of fuel. Taken into consideration that it has a 21.0 liters (or 5.5 gallons)s fuel tank capacity it can be calculated that Aprilia Pegaso 650 can run 375 kilometers or 233 miles with a full fuel tank.
- 652 cc engine displacement - that is the volume enclosed by the movement of the pistons from their lower to their upper position in the cylinders. The more cubic centimeters the displacement volume the more power the engine generates. It is usually measured in cc (cubic centimeters) or l (liters) and according to the specifications above Aprilia Pegaso 650 has an engine displacement of 652 cubic centimeters.
- 250 mm ground clearance - means that the shortest distance between the ground (considering it is flat) and the chassis of Pegaso 650 is 250 mm. Variations in ground clearance measures represent a trade-off between practicality and handling of a bike.Bore and stroke measures of Aprilia Pegaso 650
- 100x83 bore and stroke - bore is indeed the size of the piston presented by its diameter and stroke is the depth of the piston measured from top to bottom. The stroke value actually represents the distance that the piston undergo in one stroke. The diameter of the cylinder of Aprilia Pegaso 650 is 100 mm and the piston stroke is 83 mm based on the technical specifications above. Because the length of the stroke for this Aprilia engine is smaller than the diameter of the cylinder (bore) we say that Pegaso 650 has a short stroke engine.
- Compression ratio 9.1:1. 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. Higher compression ratio means bigger pressure of the fuel/air mix in the combustion chamber and better efficiency achieved of its ignition.
- 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 Aprilia Pegaso 650 is chain.
motorcycle with chain final driveOne of the most economical way to drive horsepower from the engine to the rear wheel of the motorcycle is achieved with the chain drive and therefore it is still the most used among the three options by bike manufacturers. However chains have their down points - more frequent need of maintenance (lubrication and cleaning) which means that a biker should always keep an eye on the chain especially in rainy days or dusty roads.
- Liquid cooling: cooling the engine and keeping the heat off the biker is one of the concerns in today's motorcycle designs. Liquid cooling is better for the engine in high traffic and speeding but its biggest advantage is that liquid cooled engines tend to produce more horsepower.Aprilia Pegaso 650 turn signals - replacement
- Replacing Aprilia Pegaso 650 turn signals is an easy job and commonly considered a do it yourself project. When disconnecting the wires of your motorcycle turn signals it is advisable to stick distinct tapes on them if they are not color coded. If they are connected by box connection then just the male and female ends need to be clipped off. Complete the installation of the new Aprilia Pegaso 650 turn signals by properly connecting the wires after they are securely mounted.UV and dust protection cover for Aprilia Pegaso 650
Motorcycle covers come in different sizes and their sizing chart will help you choose the correct one using the given dimensions of the Aprilia Pegaso 650. 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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