2013 CFMoto 650NK
The CFMoto 650NK is a capable middleweight racer powered by a strong 649.3 cc, liquid cooled engine with ECU ignition. The engine is paired with a six speed transmission and cranks out a maximum power of 57.6 hp at 8,500 rpm and 62 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm.
Like any respectable racing bike, the CFMoto 650NK features an aerodynamic design language with fluid and sharp lines which help it cut through the air effortless.
The motorcycle’s speed is kept in check by dual front disc brakes and a rear disc brake while the ride quality is assured by a set of high quality Kayaba suspensions. You also get a comfortable riding position thanks to the convenient 795 seat height and the ergonomically designed handlebar.
The CFMoto 650NK will be initially available in Black and White and comes at a starting price of $5,990.
Hit the jump for more information on the CFMoto 650NK.
2013 CFMoto 650NK
Engine:Liquid-cooled dohc 8-valve parallel-twin four-stroke with 180-degree crankshaft, chain camshaft drive and single gear-driven counterbalancer
Transmission:6-speed with gear primary drive
Horsepower @ RPM:30 @ 8500
Torque @ RPM:62 @ 7000
Energy:EFI electronic fuel injection with 2 x throttle bodies and single injector per cylinder
The 650NK sports an innovative parallel-twin engine, the 649.3cc complemented with liquid-cooling and ECU ignition. With Electronic Fuel Injection as standard the CFMoto 650NK exudes power and performance from the first glance.
While the 650NK may look intimidating to the eye but once you have rested on the 650NK there will be no turning back.
When seated on the 650NK you will be in a relaxed racing position allowing for easy handling and control, while the low 795mm seat height will appeal to a broad spectrum of riders. This CFMoto motorcycle comes with dual front disc brakes and a rear disc brake, and features high quality Kayaba suspension for class leading comfort and precision.
The aerodynamic sporty design the 650NK adds to the outstanding performance of this new comer.
Fortunately for novice riders, the 650NK powered by a 649.3cc engine is available in a LAMS (Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme) model.
The 650NK will be initially available available in Black and White. Stamped as a middleweight contender, the 650NK has the versatility of a city commuter, with the power and grunt for highway travel.
And so the question you must ask yourself is........ Do you have the ambition?
CFMOTO 650NK is a very aggressive bike with its special and advance design.Besides the durability and reliability, the 52kw power could bring you unique riding experience.
- Ducati ECU , FCC paper based friction plate, full alloy nickel silicon carbide cylinder, Marelli injector
- NTN/NSK imported bearing, and TO Goetze racing piston ring
- Engine is twin cylinder in line, 4 stroke, 8 valves, liquid cooled engine, 52kw
- Both front and rear shock absorber are from KYB Japan. The front shock absorber is Upright telescopic , with diameter 41mm, travel length 120mm.
- The rear shock absorber is air-gas mixed, with 7 adjustable sections, travel length 45mm. These absorbers efficiently ease the shocks from the road and allow the driver sit and ride comfortably and stable.
This bike is equipped with double front disc brakes which are 300mm diameter; and rear single disc brake which are 220mm diameter.
Engine is twin cylinder in line, 4 stroke, 8 valves, liquid cooled engine, 52kw. Dual Overhead Camshaft (DOHC). 6 speed constant mesh transmission. 3 phase charging system.
This bike is equipped with double front disc brakes which are 300mm diameter; and rear single disc brake which are 220mm diameter. KYB rear shock.
All 650NK engines are assembled in Dust-free plant for a exquisite quality level.
The frames are welded by specialized welding manipulator which makes the frame stronger and fine-finishing.
This steel rocker arm eases the eccentricity when the bike turns at high speed.
Premium quality parts of vehicle including Manganese vanadium steel frame, RK chain from Japan and KYB shock absorber from Japan, 17 inches Radial front tire, 304 argon arc soldered muffler.
Hub and Tire
Both front and rear wheels are dynamic balancing tested, equipped with radial CST tires. Rear chain, Manganese Vanadium Frame.
|Engine||Liquid-cooled dohc 8-valve parallel-twin four-stroke with 180-degree crankshaft, chain camshaft drive and single gear-driven counterbalancer|
|Dimensions||83 x 60 mm|
|Power output||41.5kW/57.6hp at 8,500 rpm (LAMS model only)|
|Maximum torque||62Nm/6.32kgm/45.72ftlb at 7,000 rpm|
|Engine management||EFI electronic fuel injection with 2 x throttle bodies and single injector per cylinder|
|Gearbox||6-speed with gear primary drive|
|Chassis||Tubular steel diamond frame employing engine as fully-stressed member|
|Suspension Front||41mm telescopic forks|
|Supension Rear||Extruded steel swingarm with tubular steel bracing and cantilever monoshock|
|Weight||193 kg. dry (206 kg. with oil/water/full fuel tank)|
|Brakes Front||2 x 300mm steel discs with twin-piston calipers|
|Brakes Rear||1 x 225mm single disc with single-piston caliper|
|Wheels/tyres Front||120/70ZR17 CST Radial on 3.50 in. cast aluminium wheel|
|Wheels /tyres Rear||160/60ZR17 CST Radial on 4.50 in. cast aluminium wheel|
|Seat height||795 mm|
|Fuel capacity||17 litres|
|Warranty||2- Years Unlimited KM|
|Price||$5,990 + ORC|
Bikepoint ---- "The engine on the 650NK is the standout, with the mapping and fuelling both on the money. There’s not one skerrick of hesitation throughout the rev range, irrespective of whether the fuel-injected engine (which meets Euro 3 specifications) is on a partial or full throttle. With no blips in the power delivery, the 70hp (59kW) and 62Nm engine is free to ply its trade without breaking stride, all with quite a raspy note."
MCtrader ---- "The 650NK’s gearing is good. On the highway it pulls a relaxed 4300rpm at 100km/h in top gear. Perfect for touring. It accelerates smoothly and reasonably strongly from 80km/h in top gear and at a pinch from 75km/h. That’s a flexible engine in my book. It’s a really honest toiler in the 3000 to 6000rpm range making it very rider-friendly and an ideal city bike. Once it passes 6000rpm there’s a distinct change in its character as it begins its rush toward the 10,000rpm redline. It’s still linear but stronger and more urgent."
motorcyclistonline ---- "Which leaves just one key aspect I couldn’t answer in my one-day Broadford bash—how well will the 650 NK wear the passage of time and miles? It’s impossible to guess after even a thorough test ride, but if it’s as well manufactured as it has been engineered, then this bike may have the same impact on the marketplace as the Honda CB450 did 47 years ago, becoming the bike that introduces Chinese motorcycles to the Western world. The NK could well be a game changer."