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The 15 Bikes With The Largest Cylinders

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The displacement of large-displacement bikes is one of the data that always attracts more passionate two-wheel. There are models with 2,300 cc, 1,900 cc, 1,800 cc. But, logically, depending on the number of cylinders, the capacity of each cylinder will be higher or lower. Which bikes are the ones with the largest cylinders? Here you have them

The choice of a motorcycle depends on many factors. Depends on the type you prefer, with a host of variants depending on whether you are urbaner, “burned”, adventurous. Also of conditions such as seat heights, weights … However, there is a factor that many find irresistible: the displacement.

The myth of “big motorbike, walk or not walk” has a special reflection here. Because, as is obvious, more displacement does not directly mean more maximum benefits. In fact, the type of motorcycle in which more representatives find stratospheric cubic centimeters are the custom, a segment far removed from concepts such as km / h or CV. However, if what attracts you most is the response to the low regime, that feeling that an invisible force pushes your back to throw you to the next curve, there is nothing like the big “pouts.”

And what motorcycles have the fattest “pouts”? By total displacement, does not appear the KTM Duke 690 that with its 690 cc is the single cylinder of more cubic capacity and, therefore, with greater unit cylinder than giants like BMW K 1600 GT, Honda Goldwing 1800 or Kawasaki GTR 1400. In this sense, at present, the Yamaha XVS 1900 A Midnight Star officiates as the bike with the largest capacity cylinder, 927 cc, taking the baton of the Kawasaki VN 2000 Classic, a model that the “green” firm no longer markets and that reached 2,053 cc, which meant a two-cylinder structure of 1,026.5 cc each! No model currently exceeds any of its dimensions, neither the diameter (103 mm) nor the career (123 mm).

Here you have the ranking of the most outstanding in terms of total displacement and its corresponding unit displacement:

1) TRIUMPH ROCKET III ROADSTER / TOURING – 2,294 cc – 764.6 cc

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The top of the Triumph custom series raises a concept of this own segment, as well as the policy they perform in the other sectors in which it is involved. Its main distinction lies in the three-cylinder engine, an exclusive detail among its rivals.

2) YAMAHA XVS 1900 A MIDNIGHT STAR – 1.854 cc – 927 cc

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The Japanese firm has this max custom as a model of two cylinders with more displacement than those currently marketed in Spain. The image of its lighthouse in the style of cars from the middle of the last century shows its more retro condition.

3) HONDA GL 1800 A GOLDWING / FB6 / FC6 – 1,832 cc – 305.3 cc

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The Salon of Milan 2013 has brought us the latest representative of this Japanese saga, one of the most famous in the GT segment and always with a “made in the USA” perspective. The six-cylinder boxer engine remains a unique composition today.

4) INDIAN CHIEF / CHIEFTAIN – 1.811 cc – 905.5 cc

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One of the scarce centenary companies of the world of the motorcycle has returned to the present time with the launch of a cruiser range based on the Thunder Stroke 111 engine. Polaris, the owner of Victory, has been the architect of this revival, full of cutting-edge technology and flavor inspired by the past.

5) HARLEY-DAVIDSON CVO – 1,802 cc – 901 cc

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When talking about cubic centimeters, it is inevitable to include the absolute reference of the custom segment. Harley-Davidson has the alternative of special CVO models for which reserves the V-Twin engine top its entire current range, called Twin Cam 110.

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6) VICTORY TOURING / BAGGER / CRUISER – 1,731 cc – 865.5 cc

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All the catalog of the American Victory enjoys the 106 Freedom engine, a denomination that derives from the 106 cubic inches of its cubic capacity (the equivalent to 1,731 cc in the metric system). Although belonging to the Polaris group, like Indian, this engine has not been used as a basis for the new Thunder Stroke of the second, for which it has been split from a blank sheet.

7) SUZUKI M 1800 R – 1,783 cc – 891,5 cc

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It is the second mega custom per cylinder of the Spanish market and approaches this segment from a philosophy of clear sports character. Hence its inverted fork or front calipers in a radial arrangement, unusual components in this field.

8) KAWASAKI VN 1700 – 1,700 cc – 850 cc

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As in models of other ranges of the firm, the VN 1700 incorporates state-of-the-art components, such as four-valve cylinder heads.ETV electronic accelerator or LED rear headlight. The Tourer version, with screen and luggage, adds combined braking K-ACT and ABS.

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9) HARLEY-DAVIDSON DYNA / SOFTAIL / TOURING – 1,690 cc – 845 cc

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The Twin Cam 103 engine is the most prolific in the US catalog. It serves to propel the most emblematic models of the firm, excluding only the Sportster and V-Rod series, and the special CVO range.

10) BMW K 1600 GT / GTL – 1,649 cc – 274,8 cc

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It is the only six cylinders in the line of the current scene and stands at the top of the GT models of the German firm. The GTL edition provides small variations such as lower seat height or higher deposit capacity, as well as a standard trunk with comfortable backrest for the passenger. A third Exclusive variant brings cutting-edge details such as the assistant for starting on slopes.

11) TRIUMPH THUNDERBIRD STORM / COMMANDER / LT – 1,699 cc – 849,5 cc

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The max custom range of TriumphIt is the one that has received the most abundant novelties for 2014. Thunderbird Commander and LT are the new stars of this cruiser series, which makes up a British custom range more and more varied and complete.

12) KAWASAKI ZZR 1400 – 1,441 cc – 720,5 cc

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The role of high-speed record- keeping in the Kawasaki catalog is played by the ZZR 1400, equipped with a four-cylinder inline propulsion of 1,441 cc capable of offering 200 hp maximum power.

13) SUZUKI INTRUDER C 1500 T – 1.462 cc – 731 cc

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The Suzuki C 1500 T launched in 2013 on the basis of the M 1500, unmarked with the equipment of a raised screen and a set of suitcases that gives it a very “Yankee” look. The extensive number of components decorated in black deepens a very personal image.

14) MOTO GUZZI CALIFORNIA – 1.380 cc – 690 cc

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The Custom variant and the Touring version of the California 1400 are the latest novelty of the legendary Italian company in our market. The V-Twin propeller at 90º transverse to the direction of travel remains an exclusive element today, to which is added an electronic accelerator with three “mapping”, frontal calipers in a radial arrangement, cruise control and traction control.

15) KAWASAKI GTR 1400 – 1,352 cc – 338 cc

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It is the second generation of the maxiGT from Kawa and provides numerous technical solutions of deep draft such as tire pressure control, KTRC or ABS traction control with combined braking K-ACT, this, in addition, with the exclusivity of option for more or less sporty piloting and for individual driving or with a passenger.

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