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Moto Guzzi Daytona RS 1997

The Daytona RS was produced in limited numbers - 113 in 1996 and 195 in 1997. It was a major upgrade from the Daytona 1000 of 1992 with many engine, frame & running gear changes.

Technical Specifications

Engine Type: 4 stroke air cooled

Displacement: 992cc, 90° V-twin

Bore/Stroke: 90mm x 78mm

Compression Ratio: 10.5 : 1

Max. H.P: 102 @ 8400 RPM

Max. Torque: 65 ft / lbs. @ 6600 RPM

Valve System: OHV with 4 valves per cylinder

Fuel Delivery: Electronic Fuel Injection

Ignition: Digital Electronic

Transmission: 5 Speed with cardan shaft and floating rear drive

Clutch: 2 Lightened dry discs

Charging System: 25A x 14V alternator with 12AH battery

Frame: Chrome-Moly Backbone with engine as a stressed member

Suspension: Front / WP inverted forks. Rear / Chrome-Moly braced swing arm with 3 way adjustable WP monoshock

Instruments: Speedometer with tripmeter, tachometer and warning lights

Fuel Capacity: 5 US Gallons

Fuel Consumption: 47 MPG

Braking: Front: Dual 320mm floating discs w / 4 piston calipers. Rear: 282mm disc

Tires: Front 120 / 70 ZR 17 Radial, Rear 160 / 70 ZR 18 Radial

Dry Weight: 479lbs.

Seat Height: 31.5 inches

Colors: Red

Suggested Retail Price: $ 14,490.00

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