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    Beta is proud to launch the 2020 RR and RR-S models. These models are all new and represents a new generation for the RR and RR-S range. The 2020 range includes 8 different engine sizes: four 2-stroke (RR 125/200/250/300 cc) and four 4-stroke (RR-S 350/390/430/500 cc) engines that offer Beta customers an extremely wide selection of bikes to take on their next adventure. Beta owns the phrase Rideability and the 2020 models continue this off-road experience with a slim, lightweight bike that is safe, reliable, and easy to ride while creating a riding experience like no other manufacturer can provide. Major advances have been made by the Beta team of engineers these past twelve months including introducing a completely new engine design to the 4-stroke range, added smoothness to the 2 stroke engine, and an all new frame that boasts completely redesigned geometry and rigidity. The popular 200 RR Model returns as well for 2020. Besides the all-new engines and frames, the sub-frame, tail section, seat, fuel tank, bodywork, and many other details are also all new coming together to provide the best looking and most friendly cockpit layout on the market. lso new for 2020 is the ability for customers to order any RR or RR-S model straight from the factory with a 2" lower seat height over the stock models. These "lowboy" models have parts installed inside the front fork and rear shock to lower the seat height. Beta USA's popular BYOB (Build Your Own Beta) program will continue for 2020. This program allows riders to custom build his or her new Beta to fit their special needs by allowing the addition of more than 400 accessories to their bike. Engine 4-stroke RR-S (350/390/430/500 cc): A complete redesign, with the aim of reducing the weight and bulk of moving parts, achieved by raising the clutch and moving the crankshaft back. Moving the center of gravity closer to the swingarm pivot makes for significantly better handling. An overall weight reduction of 2.2 lbs. A redesigned magnesium clutch cover, redeveloped to improve the oil flow into the clutch assembly more efficiently. Magnesium flywheel cover, redesignedin-line with the rest of the engine, now with a more functional and modern look. New water pump system that improves flow-rate and therefore the efficiency of the cooling system's ability to transfer heat, keeping average temperatures lower, improving performance, and providing a more simplified cooling hose system. Cylinder and head redesigned matched with the updated cooling system to lower engine temperatures. Twin Injectors improve performance and increase fuel mileage. Oil circuit redesigned to provide better heat transfer between oil and water in the front section of the crankcase in order to keep the oil temperature lower. Clutch with redesigned discs in a new material to ensure smoother and more modular gear shifting. Redesigned gearing, now shorter and lighter. New gearshift mechanism with lighter cam to improve shifting. Gearshift lever redesigned in line with the new engine and frame layout. Addition of a neutral sensor. Updated EFI mapping. Chassis: (All RR and RR-S Models) All-New frame with redesigned geometry and rigidity for increased agility and stability. Weight is reduced and reliability boosted with the use of precision-cast components, while comfort is improved and vibration reduced thanks to new head bolts. The frame is also narrower at the base which improves handling over difficult sections and typical off-road tracks. Modified swingarm, now longer for the 4-stroke range and the 200 cc 2-stroke model, for better stability and traction. Completely redesigned tailpiece, greater strength to reduce breakage during off road riding, all filter box components and related accessories are now housed inside it (electrical components and oil reservoir for 2-strokes). New air filter boot. Air Filter mounting system, providing quicker and more accurate installation. Improved fork design compared to previous version, with new inner cartridge to lower the center of gravity providing the perfect level of plushness while also improving the action of square-edge impacts. Internal valving has been updated to work in-line with the new frame design. New rear shock absorber with: New top-out system, now a spring to improve grip and contact with the ground during hard braking. New longer shock bumper with more progressive compression. This ensures good protection of the buffer and improves bottoming resistance. New valving, to work in-line with the new frame. Cooling system with water hoses placed inside the frame and more efficient radiators.This improves heat transfer and allows engines to operate at lower temperatures even in the most extreme conditions. Larger capacity fuel tanks, of 2.4 US gallons for 4-strokes and 2.55 US gallons for 2-strokes. Besides providing greater range, the new fuel tanks improve ergonomics and ease-of-movement in the seat. Wider handlebars for greater control. Exhaust with new layout in line with the bike's new rear section. Side stand with bigger foot pad. New precision-cast footpegs that are better at shedding mud and teeth to increase boot grip. New chain guide, longer to suit new swingarm. New brake pedal, more robust and with larger bearings. Shorter 430/480 cc gearing compared to previous models. Design Completely new superstructure (front cowl, front and rear fenders, ducts and fairings) that improves ergonomics and the operation of all related parts retaining the Italian design Beta is known for. Front fender with variable thickness geometry which reduces weight and increases rigidity. New tailpiece in techno-polymer. New tailpiece attachments in techno-polymer. New handlebar protector. Redesigned seat, more comfortable when moving about on the bike. New license plate bracket, lighter and with integrated handles. New silencer protector (excluding 125 cc). New digital instruments and instrument panel. New location for MAP switch Redesigned skid plate. New rear light and license plate bracket with integrated grab handles. New frame protectors.
  2. Hey, dont mind me from other stupid posts. Do you guys know if the Beta 4 strokes are street legal in Europe? Im from here/there And wondering why the bikes in Europe dont is/look street ready? Just noticed this now what the f... Here it looks just like a Enduro bike with lights why?? Is it just the images here in Europe got choosed because it looks more clean/appealing that way and they do give you the numberplate, mirrors like the rr-s when you get the bike? Or do they not? If not, why would Italy , a country in Europe, make their bikes not street legal in their own country meanwhile their bikes street legal in another continent? I dont understand that part..doesnt make sense ,hope im wrong about this //Patric🙏
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    Engine Specs: Type: Single cylinder, 4-valve, (titanium intake and exhaust), 4-stroke, liquid cooled, cooling fan, electric start with back up kick starter.
 Bore: 88mm
 Stroke: 57.4mm
 Displacement: 349cc
 Compression Ratio: 13:1
 Ignition: DC-CDI with dual map selection, Kokusan. 200 watt output at 6000 RPM
 Spark Plug: NGK LKAR 8A-9 
Lubrication: Twin oil pumps with cartridge oil filter. Separate oil for engine and clutch 
Fuel System: 42mm Electronic Fuel Injection
 Clutch: Wet multi-disc Transmission: 6-speed
 Final Drive: O-ring chain Chassis Specs: Frame: Molybdenum steel/double cradle w/quick air filter access Wheelbase: 58.7” Seat Height: 36.8” Ground Clearance: 12.6” Footrest Height: 16.2” Steering Rake/Offset 26.5 degree rake/23mm Offset Dry Weight: 244 lbs. Electrical: Trail Tech Voyager GPS unit. Fuel Tank Capacity: 2 US gallons Front Suspension: 48 mm Sachs USD fork, adjustable compression and rebound, TFX technology. Rear Suspension: Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression Front Wheel Travel: 11.4” Rear Wheel Travel: 11.4” Final Gearing: 15t front, 50t rear Front Brake: 260mm rotor |Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21” (Front) 18” (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro (DOT Approved) Warranty: 12 month Limited Warranty
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    ENGINE SPECS Type: Single cylinder, 4-valve, (Titanium intake and Steel exhaust) 4-stroke liquid cooled, cooling fan, electric start. (back-up kick start available as an option). Bore: 88mm Stroke: 57.4mm Displacement: 349.1cc Compression Ratio: 13.19:1 Ignition: DC-CDI with dual map selection, Kokusan. 200 watt output at 6000 RPM Spark Plug: NGK LKAR 8A-9 Lubrication: Twin oil pumps with cartridge oil filter. Separate oil for engine and clutch Fuel System: 42mm Electronic Fuel Injection (Twin Injectors) Clutch: Wet multi-disc Transmission: 6-speed Final Drive: O-ring chain CHASSIS SPECS Frame: Molybdenum steel/double cradle w/quick air filter access Wheelbase: 58.7” Seat Height: 37” Ground Clearance: 12.6” Footrest Height: 16.3” Dry Weight: 241 lbs. (wet weight, no fuel) Electrical: Trail Tech Voyager GPS unit. Fuel Tank Capacity: 2.4 US gallons Front Suspension: 48 mm Sachs USD fork, adjustable compression, rebound, & spring preload Rear Suspension: Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression Front Wheel Travel: 11.6” Rear Wheel Travel: 11.4” Final Gearing: 15t front, 48t rear (Comes with a 13T front for off road use) Front Brake: 260mm rotor Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21” (Front) 18” (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro (DOT Approved) Warranty: 12 month Limited Warranty
  5. I've been trying to set up the stock suspension on my 2020 390 RR-S but I'm really having a tough time with it. Right now it is just ok in the whoops at speed (in video I can see I'm bottoming on the bigger hits) but it is terrible in the small choppy stuff (like rattle your fillings out rough). I weigh 180 without gear so I'm guessing I'm at the upper limit of the springs. Static sag is currently at 38mm and race sag is right at 100mm. My plan is to lighten up on the preload and increase race sag to 105mm to see if it stabilizes and then increase the compression a bit to guard against bottoming. I ran a Scotts stabilizer on my last bike and I have ordered one for this one. For reference, my 2nd bike is a DRZ400e that I've had the suspension valved and sprung for my weight and application and its suspension is better in nearly all aspects than this bike currently sits. That's a bit frustrating for me to say the least. I'm thinking I should be able to get it to perform at least as well as my 20 yr old DRZ. LOL. Am I fighting a losing battle here or is there some hope? Or maybe the adjustment I need to make is between my ears and the bike is ok? Tires are Goldentyre GT216AA 90/90 at 10 psi, GT333 120 at 10 psi
  6. 1 review

    Engine Specs: Type: Single cylinder, 4-valve, (titanium intake and exhaust), 4-stroke, liquid cooled, cooling fan,electric start. Bore: 88mm Stroke: 57.4mm Displacement: 349cc Compression Ratio: 13:1 Ignition: DC-CDI with dual map selection, Kokusan. 200 watt output at 6000 RPM Spark Plug: NGK LKAR 8A-9 Lubrication: Twin oil pumps with cartridge oil filter. Separate oil for engine and clutch Fuel System: 42mm Electronic Fuel Injection Clutch: Wet multi-disc Transmission: 6-speed Final Drive: O-ring chain Chassis Specs: Frame: Molybdenum steel/double cradle w/quick air filter access Wheelbase: 58.7” Seat Height: 36.8” Ground Clearance: 12.6” Footrest Height: 16.2” Steering Rake/Offset: 26.5 degree rake/23mm Offset Dry Weight: 242 lbs. (wet weight, no fuel) Electrical: Trail Tech Voyager GPS unit. Fuel Tank Capacity: 2 US gallons Front Suspension: 48 mm Sachs USD fork, adjustable compression and rebound, TFX technology. Rear Suspension: Aluminum Body Sachs shock w/adjustable rebound and hi/low speed compression Front Wheel Travel: 11.6” Rear Wheel Travel: 11.4” Final Gearing: 15t front, 48t rear Front Brake: 260mm rotor Rear Brake: 240mm rotor Front/Rear Rim: 21” (Front) 18” (Rear) Front/Rear Tire: Michelin Enduro (DOT Approved) Warranty: 12 month Limited Warranty MSRP: $ 9699.00
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