Husqvarna SMR 511



2013 Husqvarna SMR 511 picture

Excellent Model Super Moto category, and is produced by Husqvarna. It is about the 2013 model under the label SMR 511, powered by engine displacement 480cc whose. The design is completely new: slim, svelte and refined. The single piece side panel runs from where traditionally the fuel tank would be, all the way back to the rear mudguard, allowing the rider free and unhindered movement. Much more on the model you can see below …

 

 Husqvarna SMR 511

Full Specification:

Electrical equipment:

Voltage: 12V

Headlight: 35W

Pilot light: 5W

Tail light: “LED” type

Turn signals: 6W

Battery: 12V – 6Ah

 

 

 

Transmission:

Type: Constant mesh gear type

Number of gears: 6

 

 

 

Driving chain :

Brand and type: Regina 135 ORN 6-LKS (5/8″x1/4″)

 

 

 

Brakes:

Front: Floating disc, “Wave” type, with hydraulic control and four Ø34 pistons radial caliper

Disc dia.:12.6in

Rear: Floating disc, “Wave” type, with hydraulic control and floating caliper with single Ø26 piston

Disc dia.:9.45in

 

 

 

Dimensions, weight, capacities:

Wheelbase: 1460mm / 57.48in

Overall length: 2170mm / 85.43in

Overall width: 820mm / 32.28in

Overall height: 1210mm / 47.64in

Seat height: 915mm / 36.02in

Min. ground clearance: 280mm / 11.02in

Trail: 85mm / 3.35in

Kerb weight, without fuel: 118kg / 260.15lb

Fuel tank capacity: 8.5 Lt / U.S. Gallons 1.93 / Imp. Gallons 1.85

Transmission oil: 1.15 Lt / U.S. Quarts 1.04 / Imp. Quarts 1.01

 

 

 

Lubrication :

Type: Dry sump with two oil pump rotor and cartridge filter

 

 

 

Ignition :

Type: C.D.I. electronic, with variable advance (digital control)

Spark plug type: NGK CR 9EKB

Spark plug gap: 0.0275in

 

 

 

Fuel system :

Type: Electronic fuel injection

Brand and type: Keihin D46

 

 

 

Clutch:

Type: Wet, multiplate type; hydraulic control

Number of driving discs: 6

Number of driven discs: 6

 

 

 

Secondary drive:

Transmission sprocket: Teeth 15

Rear wheel sprocket: Teeth 43

Transmission ratio: 2,860

 

 

 

Frame:

Type: Double beam and double cradle high resistance Cr/Mo steel (round and elliptical section); Light alloy rear frame

 

 

 

Front suspension:

Type: Upside-Down telescopic hydraulic fork with advanced axle; compression and rebound adjustment

Front fork manufacturer: Marzocchi

Fork legs dia.: 50mm / 1.97in

Travel on legs axis: 250mm / 9.84in

 

 

 

Rear suspension:

Type: Progressive “Soft Damp” type with single hydraulic shock absorber; spring preload adjustment, compression and rebound adjustment (compression stroke: double adjustment)

Shock absorber manufacturer: Sachs

Wheel travel: 290mm / 11.42in

 

 

 

Tires :

Front : Pirelli M/C 58H TL Diablo

Size: 120/70-17″

Rear: Pirelli M/C 66H TL Diablo

Size: 150/60-17″

 

 

 

Internal ratios:

1st: 2,286 (32/14)

2nd: 1,875 (30/16)

3rd: 1,533 (23/15)

4th: 1,250 (25/20)

5th: 1,043 (24/23)

6th: 0,917 (22/24)

 

 

 

Primary drive:

Clutch gear: Teeth 22

Torque limiter: Teeth 36/20

Primary gear: Teeth 32

Transmission ratio: 2,618

 

 

 

Timing system:

Type: DOHC, 4 valve

 

 

 

Overall ratios :

1st: 17,116

2nd: 14,038

3rd: 11,477

4th: 9,358

5th: 7,808

6th: 6,865

 

 

 

Looks:

The design is completely new: slim, svelte and refined. The single piece side panel runs from where traditionally the fuel tank would be, all the way back to the rear mudguard, allowing the rider free and unhindered movement. There is no chance of snagging boots or pants on the edges of the panels with this design. The long seat, which runs from the rear mudguard to the steering head, offers completely free longitudinal movement and has been modified compared to the Enduro version to improve rider comfort on longer journeys.

 

Frame :

The idea behind the SMR511 is ‘mass centralisation’ – to keep the weight of the bike concentrated as close as possible to the centre of gravity and to design a chassis which adapts perfectly to the demands of use on the road and in the racing environment. This solution, which Husqvarna calls CTS (Coaxial Traction System), eliminates the variation in the length of the chain during rear suspension movement, minimising the effect of the final drive on the bikes handling. The crux of this concept is the union of the rear wheel swing arm pivot point and the gearbox output shaft sprocket. This solution, which Husqvarna calls CTS (Coaxial Traction System), eliminates the variation in the length of the chain during rear suspension movement, minimising the effect of the final drive on the bikes handling.

 

Engine:

The SMR511 is equipped with a cutting-edge 4 valve dual camshaft engine which has been significantly improved thanks to the experience gained by Husqvarna in its many years of supermoto racing. Fuel delivery is managed by an electronic injection system with a Keihin 46 mm diameter, double flap throttle body which provides progressive and predictable throttle response. The secondary gearing has been tailored to suit the intended on road application of the bike and the fuel/ignition mapping has been optimised for performance and controllability in both capacity versions. The SMR511 version has been achieved thanks to the increased cylinder bore of 101mmcompared to the 98mm of the 449. The stroke remains the same on both models at 59.6mm,giving the 511 an effective displacement of 480cc. The clutch is controlled hydraulically, offering smoother and more gradual release with greater control also under stress. The motorcycle has a high energy electronic ignition and, thanks to the powerful battery and fuel injector system, a supplementary kick start is not necessary.

 

CTS – Coaxial Traction System:

A real refinement in the field of chassis design and exclusive to the SMR 449/511 range is the CTS, the Coaxial Traction System. The advantages of the CTS system compared to the traditional systems are huge. During the suspension movement along the whole stroke, the chain is not subject to any change in length. The tension of the chain remains constant regardless of the swing arm position, while the chain and sprockets benefit from reduced wear. An important positive effect on the riding characteristics is the marked reduction of the impact of alternating the load on the transmission. More in general, the values obtained by adopting the CTS have a much more uniform trend in all conditions, leading to improved ridability and stability of the motorcycle.

 

 

 Husqvarna SMR 511

 

 

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