Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Honda NC750X DCT 2015, Small Crosstourer Technology

Honda NC750X DCT 2015, Small Crosstourer Technology

Honda NC750X DCT 2015. The naked bike-sister NC750S it is the optics, Which unfortunately can not quite inspire me, Regardless of Their user-friendliness and the surprisingly dynamic handling. When X is true but so the exterior and the changes to the geometry make it for me preferred choice for extensive trips and tours. With a height of 1.80 m you sit in the saddle of S already very low (790 mm) Because The X Acts CLEARLY adult With Their 830 mm. Accordingly higher so are the handlebars and the windshield, Which is somewhat modest dimensions.

Honda NC750X DCT 2015, Small Crosstourer Technology

Anyway, here you have something real in your hands, Which must not be ashamed of its 745 cubic large, 55 hp engine, 68 Nm of torque Because The Give the NC models Significantly more sovereignty than one would suspect. For this reason, the dual clutch transmission suited for NC750X, THUS Which Becomes the likely most straightforward Enduro World Because it fits Significantly lighter than the 229 kg VFR1200X. With its 17-inch wheels and spring travel of 153 or 150 mm, the X is designed for paved roads, even if you Determined on occasional ride on gravel roads will account for nothing. The parallel twin is very sparingly, a little more than 14.1 l capacity, it would be for a (travel) Enduro anyway.

Honda NC750X DCT 2015, Small Crosstourer Technology

While the naked sister NC750S Primarily Aimed at "Fresh Air" fans who disguised NC750X can therefore be used Certainly for longer distances and routes. Especially the comparatively low center of gravity through the flattened parallel twin-cylinder engine Responds even novice pilots fear of optically much bigger and heavier acting NC750X.

Honda NC750X DCT 2015, Small Crosstourer Technology

Honda NC750X DCT 2015, Small Crosstourer Technology

The last vestige of uncertainty takes the adventure-NC Through the sophisticated dual-clutch system DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission), in Which Either the driver changes the six gears by pressing a button (without annoying operating the clutch), or even the electronics completely Call Automated and really good, The Revolutionary system makes the Honda equipped there with in each segment unique, somehow surprising that, this user-friendly system silently does not offer other manufacturers. Probably, it is not easy and time-consuming to put Especially examined a system in this user-friendly and well-functioning level. Image by; 1000ps.de

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