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2021 BETA XTRAINER

2021 BETA XTRAINER

Lockdown being eased, Beta restart with a snippet of news on their 2021 XTrainer...

With Lockdown being gradually eased, Italian firm Beta are celebrating a return to production with a sneaky first look at their popular Xtrainer model, updated for 2021. No images yet for the 2021 RR and Racing enduro ranges.

No detailed briefing on the changes as yet, but we have the specifications (for the 300 listed here, the 250 is identical save for bore & stroke and displacement). But as before, it’s sure to be a big seller with its ease of use, including soft-tune motor, electric start, automatic oil injection, low weight and low seat height.

This is what Beta has  said so far: 

The ingredients of this perfect recipe can be summed up as follows:

· Power delivery: pliable and linear, making it extremely rider-friendly; the countershaft reduces vibration, increases inertia and upgrades the power delivery curve. Augments the bike’s rideability through all the engine power bands.

· Beta Progressive Valve: allowing excellent engine performance throughout the rev range thanks to easy external adjustment

· Seat height: lowered to 910 mm (compared to 930 mm in the RR range) for greater confidence under all ride conditions

· Low weight: just 98 kg, ensuring an agile and intuitive ride, even for newcomers

·  Automatic oil injection: eliminating the need for a fuel-oil premix

· Soft tires: ensuring better grip on any terrain

· Mapping selector

TECHNICAL DATA                                 X Trainer 300  
CHASSIS  
Frame perimetric frame in molybdenum steel with double cradle split above the exhaust port
Wheelbase 1467 mm
Max length 2157 mm
Max width 802 mm
Max height 1245 mm
Seat height 910 mm
Ground clearance 320 mm
Footrest height 390 mm
Dry weight 99 kg (front 48 kg; rear 51 kg)
Fuel tank capacity 8,5 l.
Reserve 1,5l.
Oil tank capacity 650cc
Cooling system capacity 1,3 l.
Front suspension Hydraulic USD fork with ø 43 mm shaft
Rear suspension Monoshock with progressive compound lever
Shock absorber stroke 110 mm
Front wheel travel 270 mm
Rear wheel travel 270 mm
Front brake Wave disc ø260 mm and double-piston floating caliper
Rear brake Wave disc ø240 mm and single-piston floating caliper
Front rim 21 x 1,6 – 36 holes
Rear rim 18 x 1,85 – 36 holes
Front tyre 80/100 – 21
Rear tyre 140/80 -18
   
   
ENGINE  
Type Single cylinder, 2-stroke, liquid-cooled
Bore 72 mm
Stroke 72 mm
Displacement 293,1 cc
Compression ratio 11,45:1
Exhaust Valve BPV Systsem
Starter electric starter
Ignition AC Kokusan – digital CDI with oil pump controller
Spark plug NGK GR7CI8
Induction system induction reed
Lubrication Mixing with electronic pump
Carburettor Keihin PWK 36
Clutch wet multi-disc clutch
Primary drive Z.27/72 
Transmission 6 gears
Final transmission chain
Engine oil SAE 10W/40
Consumption l/100 km 2.978
Pollution Co2 [g/km] 71

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