BMW showcased their entry level motorcycle - G310R at the 2016 Auto Expo. The bike is expected to hit the Indian shores during the first half of 2017, and guess what; Akrapovic is coming up with an exhaust system for the bike.
The design and engineering for the G310R have been done in Germany. However, the bike will be manufactured in India by TVS Motors and then be exported to other markets across the world from our country.
The Akrapovic exhaust gives a richer note to the BMW G310R. The kit is expected to arrive somewhere in the month of March and May 2017. Moreover, the exhaust system will reduce the weight of the bike by a few kgs and help improve the performance.
The Akrapovic exhaust on the BMW G310R will probably stable a great deal heavier with more bass, particularly considering this is still a solitary barrel process. In India, the Akrapovic exhaust will be sold at a premium price with the unit for the bike.
Speaking about the bike, mechanically, the G310R is powered by a 313cc motor which delivers 33.5bhp of power and 28Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. Feature list includes topsy-turvy forks in the front and a mono-shock at the rear, standard double channel ABS, kick the bucket cast aluminum swing-arm, an 11-liter tank, and 158 kg curb weight.
Once the bike hits the Indian shores it will lock horns with the Benelli TNT 300, Mahindra Mojo and Bajaj Dominar 400.
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