The Husqvarna 610 SM is a super-motard category, street legal dirt bike made by Husqvarna Motorcycles, based in Huskvarna, Sweden, and owned by the German company Bavarian Motor Works (BMW). Husqvarna manufactures Enduro, Supermoto and Motocross bikes.
The Husqvarna 610 SM is powered by a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, single cylinder, four-valve, 576.28 cubic centimetre engine that runs on regular gas. It has a compression ratio of 11:1 with a bore and stroke of 98 millimetres x 76.4 millimetres. It has electronic fuel injection and electric start.
The 610 SM has light alloy single round tube cradle frame with 45mm Marzocchi "upside-down" hydraulic forks. It features hydraulic disk brakes on the front and rear and has a six-speed manual transmission with a primary chain drive. The bike weighs 140 Kilogram with a wheel base of 58.5 inches.
With a maximum torque rating of 5.3 kilograms per meter at 6,100 rotations per minute and an output of 50 horsepower at 7,100 rotations per minute, the Husqvarna 610 Super-Motard will do a standing quarter mile in 13.3 seconds with a top speed 165.8 kilometres per hour.
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