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2009 Royal Enfield Trials EFI

2009 Royal Enfield Trials EFI

Royal Enfield had an outstanding record of success in the International Six Days’ Trial, acknowledged as the longest and most strenuous of all motorcycle competitions, during the glory years for British riders, between 1948-1953. Designed to capture the sprit of the ‘unstoppable Bullet’ in a package that will be comfortable to ride on today’s roads, The Trials gets the new fuel-injected unit construction engine for 2009.

Extra features include:

  • Upswept exhaust
  • Alloy bash plate
  • Braced handlebars
  • Solo seat
  • Dual purpose ‘knobbly’ tyres.

Royal Enfield Trials EFI Data Sheet

  • Engine - Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke
  • Capacity - 499cc
  • Maximum Torque - 41.3Nm @ 4000rpm
  • Power - 20.3KW, 28bhp @ 5250 rpm
  • Ignition system - Electronic
  • Fuel Feed - Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
  • Transmission - 5- speed gearbox with left hand gear change
  • Starting - Kick & Electric Start
  • Petrol Tank Capacity - 14.5 litres
  • Fuel Consumption - 79.6 mpg (Under Euro III test conditions)
  • Clutch - 7 plate wet clutch
  • Braking System - Front – 280mm Disc. Rear – 152mm Drum
  • Suspension - Telescopic front forks, Gas filled rear shocks

Dimensions

  • Length – 2160mm
  • Wheel Base - 1370mm
  • Weight - 187kg
  • Electrics - 12V System
  • Fuel - Unleaded Petrol