Honda rincon 650 twin ATV specs

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Honda rincon 650 twin ATV specs
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The Honda Rincon 650 is part of the FourTrax line of Honda ATVs and features a 650cc engine. It was offered from 2003 to 2005, when it was replaced with the Rincon 680 model. The Rincon 650 is a full-size ATV that features many creature comforts, such as an automatic transmission and electronic stability controls.

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Engine and Drivetrain Specs

The Rincon 650 is equipped with a 649cc single-cylinder engine that's liquid-cooled. It features a 37 millimetre bore and electric carburettor heater system for use in colder climates. Its three-speed automatic transmission (plus reverse gear) features a hydraulic torque converter and electronic control unit that monitors realtime performance of throttle opening, ATV speed and RPM, among other metrics. Riders can manually select gears from two push-buttons using the transmission's built-in electronic shift program.

Chassis and Suspension

The Rincon 650's handling system features SUV-inspired radial tires sized 25 inches by 8 inches by 12 inches wide in the front, with 25-inch by 10-inch by 12-inch rear tires mounted on aluminium wheels. A steel perimeter frame mounts the independent suspension points to create a 10-inch ground clearance. The front suspension can endure 6.9 inches of travel. Front and rear drum brakes provide stopping power.

Features and Technology

In addition to the off-road features, the Rincon 650 is equipped with an LCD dash instrument panel, rubber gearshift cover, high-density foam seat and storage capacity for up to 4 litres of cargo. Duel headlights are also factory equipment, as is a 14-amp-hour battery. Skid plates and cargo racks are mounted to the base model to wrap up its off-road requirements.

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