Harris Magnum 3 (1984)

The Harris Magnum 3 is a motorcycle that was released in 1984, based on the Kawasaki GPZ 750 Turbo. It has a four-stroke, turbocharged, transverse four-cylinder engine with two valves per cylinder and a capacity of 738cc, as well as a cooling system that is both air and oil-cooled. The bike has a compression ratio of 7.8:1 and uses Mikuni fuel injection and digital ignition for its induction and starting processes, respectively. The maximum power output of the Harris Magnum 3 is 112 horsepower or 82.4 kilowatts at 9000 revolutions per minute, while its torque output is 99.1 Newton meters or 73.1 foot-pounds at 6500 RPM. The bike has a five-speed transmission and a chain for final drive, along with front and rear disc brakes for stopping power.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Harris Magnum 3 (Kawasaki GPZ 750 Turbo)

Year: 1984

Engine: Four stroke, turbocharged, four-stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 2 valves per cylinder
Capacity: 738
Bore x Stroke: 66 x 54 mm
Cooling System: Air/oil cooled
Compression Ratio: 7.8:1
Induction: Mikuni fuel injection
Ignition: Digital
Starting: Electric
Max Power: 112 hp / 82.4 kW @ 9000 rpm
Max Torque: 99.1Nm 73.1ft-lb @ 6500 rpm
Transmission: 5 Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Front Brakes: 2x Discs
Rear Brakes: Singe disc

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