Friday, February 25, 2011

2005 YAMAHA BT1100 Bulldog wallpapers, auto accident lawyers

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2005 YAMAHA BT1100 Bulldog
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Engine and transmission
Engine type: 2 cylinders, 4-stroke, 75° V-twin
Displacement: 1063 cc (64.95 cubic inches)
Bore × stroke: 95 mm × 75 mm (oversquare - shortstroke)
Cooling system: Air cooled
Power: 61.18 HP (45 kW) @ 5750 rpm
Torque: 85 Nm (8.67 kg-m) @ 2500 rpm
Throttle: Cable operated

Valve train: SOHC, variable
Valves per cylinder: 4
Fuel and ignition
Sparks per cylinder: 1
Fuel supply system: Carburetor
Ignition type: TCI (Transistor Controlled Ignition)
Funnel diameter: 37 mm
Compression: 8.3:1
Engine mounting: Transverse
Lubrication system: Wet sump
Gear box: Manual 5-speed
Clutch: Wet, multiple discs, cable operated
Final drive: Shaft
Spark plug pipe type: NGK, BPR7ES
Motor oil: Mineral, 10W/30
Starter: Electric

Physical measures
Length: 2460 mm
Width: 945 mm
Height: 1095 mm
Wheel base: 1645 mm
Trail: 132 mm
Ground clearance: 145 mm
Seat height: 710 mm
Curb weight: 288 kg
Dry weight: 272 kg
Chassis and suspension
Frame type: steel, Double cradle frame
Suspension: Cartridge
Suspension travel: 140 mm
Brake: Twin Disk, Ø298 mm
Tire: 113 / 90 R16 S
Tire pressure: 2 bar, with pillion: 2 bar withpilion

Suspension: mono shock, Swingarm
Suspension travel: 200 mm
Brake: Disk, Ø282 mm
Tire: 170 / 80 R15 S
Tire pressure: 2 bar, with pillion: 2 bar withpilion

ABS available: No
Power-to-weight ratio: 0.16 HP/kg (6.40 kg/HP)
Fuel capacity: 17 l
Number of riders: 2 persons

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