Kawasaki VERSYS 650 ABS vs Royal Enfield Nought Tea GT v2.0

Compare Specifications of Kawasaki VERSYS 650 ABS and Royal Enfield Nought Tea GT v2.0

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Kawasaki VERSYS 650 ABS
Kawasaki VERSYS 650 ABS

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Royal Enfield Nought Tea GT v2.0
Royal Enfield Nought Tea GT v2.0

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 649.00 cc 650.00 cc
Engine 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, DOHC, liquid-cooled, 4 valves per cylinder parallel twin Twin cylinder engine
Engine Starting -- Electric
Fuel System DFI® with 38mm Keihin throttle bodies (2) --
Ignition TCBI with digital advance --
Cooling System liquid-cooled --
Transmission 6-speed with positive neutral finder --
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6 --
Frame Double pipe diamond frame constructed from high-tensile steel --
Headlamp -- LED
Tyres
Front 120/70 ZR17 --
Rear 160/60 ZR17 --
Wheel / RIM Alloy Alloy
Brakes
Front Dual 300mm petal-style discs with 2-piston calipers, ABS Brembo Brake
Rear Single 250mm petal-style disc with single-piston caliper, ABS Brembo Brake
Suspension
Front 41mm hydraulic telescopic fork with stepless adjustable rebound and preload/5.9 in Ohlins
Rear Single offset laydown shock with remote adjustable spring preload/5.7 in Ohlins
Colors Available
Colors Pearl Blizzard White/Metallic Carbon Gray --


Physical Specs
Length 2164 mm --
Width 840 mm --
Height 1399 mm --
Kerb Weight 216 --
Seat Height 840 --
Wheelbase 1414 mm --
Ground Clearance 170 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity 20.8 litres --
Overview
Features - Equipped with a gear position indicator
- GPS mount accessory available
- Custom ported cylinder head
- Custom ported throttle bodies
- Custom race camshaft
- Final Drive - Lighter 520 chain and sprockets
- Exhaust System - 2into2 high flow headers and silencers
- Twin ITG Air Filter
- Uprated Ignition System
- Custom three-piece fairing with dedicated mounting kit
- Custom double bubble screen
Additional Details Rake/Trail : 25/4.3 in - Fully adjustable Ohlins Retro43 RWU forks modified by Harris Performance
- Fully adjustable Ohlins STX36 twin shocks modified by Harris Performance
- New custom clip-on handlebars

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