Precision Cycle Works Nightmare vs Yamaha XSR900 2022

Compare Specifications of Precision Cycle Works Nightmare and Yamaha XSR900 2022

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Precision Cycle Works Nightmare
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Yamaha XSR900 2022
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Motor S&S 96 cubic inch motor --
Engine Displacement -- 889.00 cc
Engine -- 3-cylinder
Engine Starting -- Electric
Engine Lubrication -- Wet sump
Clutch -- Wet, Multiple Disc
Ignition -- TCI
Maximum Power -- 119.0PS @ 10000 RPM
Maximum Torque -- 93 NM @ 7000 RPM
Transmission LSD 6 speed transmission Constant Mesh, 6-speed
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6 --
Drivetrain -- Chain
Display -- Digital
Headlamp -- LED
Taillamp -- LED
Tyres
Front 90/90-21” front tire 120/70ZR17M/C (58W) Tubeless
Rear 250 rear tire 180/55ZR17M/C (73W) Tubeless
Wheel / RIM Spoke Spoke
Brakes
Front -- 298 mm
Rear -- 245 mm
Suspension
Front -- Telescopic fork
Front travel : 130 mm
Rear -- (Link type suspension), Swingarm
Rear travel1 : 37 mm
Colors Available
Colors -- Legend Blue
Midnight Black


Physical Specs
Length -- 2155 mm
Width -- 860 mm
Height -- 1155 mm
Weight -- 193 kg
Seat Height -- 810
Wheelbase -- 1495 mm
Ground Clearance -- 140 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity -- 14 litres
Overview
Features - Single downtube softail frame 40 deg rake 8” Backbone Stretch and 0” Downtube Stretch
- 3” Stretch—center of transmission to center of rear axle. 103” overall length
- Drop seat frame, 18” seat height at frame
- Tube Forks 2” under-7 deg trees
- Speedometer w/trip meter (Digital)
- Custom exhaust pipes
- Steel front and rear fenders
- Carbon fiber composite gas tank
- Wire wheels
- One color paint
- DOT compliant
- Historic Yamaha Racing influenced design
- High quality details and premium materials
- Flexible and relaxed riding position
- Signature XSR LED lighting
- Modern take on historic colouring
- High performance brakes and suspension
- Sophisticated electronic rider controls
- Versatile high-torque EU5 CP3 889cc engine
- Lightweight Deltabox-style chassis, long swingarm
- QSS, Cruise Control, A&S clutch
Additional Details -- CO2 emission : 116 g / km
Caster angle : 25°00′
Trail1: 08 mm
Oil tank capacity : 3.50 L

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