Ducati 650 Indiana

Ducati 650 Indiana

The 1987 Ducati 650 Indiana is a light and agile cruiser that was mainly designed for the American market, but can also be bought on other continents.

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Model year
1987
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Make
Ducati
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Engine Power
49.63 HP (36.5 kW) @ 7000 rpm
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Top Speed
96.93 mph

Technical Specifications

Engine and transmission

  • Engine type:
    2 cylinders, 4-stroke, V-twin
  • Displacement:
    649 cc (39.65 cubic inches)
  • Bore × stroke:
    3.23 inch × 2.42 inch (oversquare - shortstroke)
  • Cooling system:
    Air cooled
  • Power:
    49.63 HP (36.5 kW) @ 7000 rpm
  • Throttle:
    Cable operated
  • Valve train:
    SOHC, variable
  • Valves per cylinder:
    2
  • Sparks per cylinder:
    1
  • Fuel supply system:
    Carburetor
  • Ignition type:
    Analogue CDI (Capacitive Discharge Ign.)
  • Compression:
    10:1
  • Engine mounting:
    Transverse
  • Lubrication system:
    Wet sump
  • Gear box:
    Manual 5-speed
  • Clutch:
    Wet, cable operated
  • Final drive:
    Chain
  • Motor oil:
    Semi-Synthetic
  • Starter:
    Electric

Dimensions

  • Curb weight:
    456.4 lbs
  • Dry weight:
    423.3 lbs

Chassis and suspension

  • Front
    Suspension:
    Cartridge
    Brake:
    Single Disk
    Tire:
    110 / 90 R18
  • Rear
    Suspension:
    twin shock, Swingarm
    Brake:
    Disk
    Tire:
    140 / 90 R15
  • Frame type:
    steel, Trellis frame

Other

  • ABS available:
    No
  • Power-to-weight ratio:
    0.18 KW/lbs (5.67 lbs/HP)
  • Top speed:
    96.93 mph
  • Fuel capacity:
    3.43 gals
  • Number of riders:
    2 persons

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