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2014 Benelli BN600I

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The Benelli BN600I is a versatile naked that promises to deliver first class performances every time you start its engine. Talking about the engine, the Benelli 600i is equipped with a 600cc, 4 cylinders in line, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC unit with 4 valves per cylinder. The engine is mated to a six speed gearbox with wet clutch and delivers a maximum power of 60 KW (82 Hp) at 11500 rpm and 52 Nm (5.3 Kgm) of torque at 10500 rpm.

The engine is housed by Benelli’s signature steel trestle frame which is paired with an aluminium rear frame that mounts the rear suspension. As far as suspensions are concerned, the Benelli BN600I features 50mm upside down front forks and a rear adjustable mono shock which work toghter to help you get superior ride and handling performances.

The sporty mix is completed by a potent braking system which includes 320mm floating front discs grabbed by radial calipers and a rear dual piston caliper paired with a 260mm disc.

Hit the jump for more information on the Benelli BN600I.

Overview

Benelli BN600I

The all new Benelli BN600i has arrived in Australia! A modern design and an exciting all new 600cc 4 cylinder power plant and high specification suspension.
The 4 valves per cylinder all feeding through four 38mm throttle bodies result in 82HP (60kW) @ 11,500 rpm and 52 Nm of Torque @ 10,000 rpm. The BN600i will entice both experienced and new riders alike.

The Pesaro built frame features a Benelli signature steel trestle frame section, matched to an aluminium rear frame that mounts the rear suspension. The rear aluminium swingarm is the perfect design to keep all the wheels firmly in contact with the ground.

50mm upside down front forks not only keep the steering duties well in hand, but also mount the front 120/70/17 alloy front rim and radial brake calipers. At the rear, an adjustable mono shock provides the perfect feedback between rider and the 180/55/17 rear alloy wheel. The BN600i is also fitted with true superbike specification braking components; 320mm floating front discs, radial calipers and a rear dual piston caliper gripping a 260mm disc.

The BN600i has all the sporting ability, comfort and practicality that any rider could wish for, matched to a 15 litre fuel tank, the big question is what will happen first? A refill or a pause to catch your breath.

2014 Benelli BN600I Key Features:

Benelli BN600I

• Unmistakebly modern Italian styling gives the BN600I curb appeal
• Powerful Brembo stoppers front and rear are a stand out feature
• Comfortable enough for long hot summer days in the saddle or just a quick spin to the beach
• Benelli 600cc in-line four engine has hidden potential beyond this model
• Unusual but effective frame design gives the bike individuality and great road manners

Specifications

Benelli BN600I
Engine type:4 cylinders in line, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, 4 valves per cylinder DOHC
Displacement:600cc
Bore x Stroke:65 x 45.2 mm
Compression Ratio:11.5:1
Power:60 kW (82 hp) @ 11500 rpm
Torque:52 Nm (5.3 kgm) @ 10500 rpm
Fuel Injection:Delphi Electronic injection with four 38 mm throttle bodies
Clutch:Wet Clutch
Gearbox:6-speed
Frame:Front steel trestle, rear aluminium alloy
Front Suspension:Ø50 mm upside-down forks
Front suspension Stroke:120 mm
Rear Suspension:Rear shock absorber with adjustable rebound and spring preload
Rear Suspension Stroke:123 mm
Front Brake:Twin floating discs ø320 mm with radial mounted 4 piston calipers
Rear Brake:Single disc ø260 mm with twin piston caliper
Front wheel:Aluminium allow with Metzeler Sportec 120/70-ZR17 58W
Rear wheel:Aluminium alloy with Metzeler Sportec 180/55-ZR17 73W
Overall Dimensions:2160 x 800 x 1180 mm
Seat Height:800 mm
Wheelbase:1430 mm
Wet Weight (without fuel):208 kg
Fuel Tank:15L



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