Husqvarna Nuda 900 and Nuda 900R

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  1. socalmoe

    socalmoe Been here awhile

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  2. D.T.

    D.T. Difficult but useful

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  3. Josephvman

    Josephvman I'm the Decider

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    Any idea how big the fuel tank is?
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  4. socalmoe

    socalmoe Been here awhile

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    Fuel Consumption and Range

    Despite the boost in both power and torque, the highly advanced intake manifold fuel injection system with BMW-KP engine management and two 46 mm throttle valves means the Nuda delivers very low fuel consumption figures.

    Despite its sporty 13-litre fuel tank, the Nuda allows for distances of over 260 km between stops. Finally, to add the Husqvarna stamp to the engine, the rocker box cover is painted red -- a feature common to all Husqvarna motorcycles.
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  5. IheartmyNx

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    Liters? KM?

    http://www.google.com/search?source..._gc.r_pw.&fp=b7e6040383bebbf&biw=1366&bih=667

    http://www.google.com/search?source..._gc.r_pw.&fp=b7e6040383bebbf&biw=1366&bih=667
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  6. Carlo Muro

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    Yikes that thing is ugly....:puke1

    this coming from a GS owner:lol3
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  7. kaput13

    kaput13 motophilosopher

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    Il'l take one. In black please.
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  13. Mr.Goose

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    kinda reminds me of a 690 Duke, the swing arm and rear shock alignment looks straight off the F800R. I see a little bit of Versys, trimmed down to fighting weight with a huge injection of muscle.

    seat looks small, fuel range looks short, but I kinda like this thing. We're getting 50-55mpg out of the 800 rotax twin in the Beemer. If this thing is getting 40mpg with it's displacement and hp bump I wouldn't be too shocked. Fuel range might be more like a hypermotard.
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  14. Mr.Goose

    Mr.Goose Velvet Steamroller

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    needs handguards
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  15. Grainbelt

    Grainbelt marginal adventurer Super Moderator

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    More importantly, it needs mirrors, turn signals, a rear fender and a license plate, at least to be sold here. And all of those together will make it look like shit, until every owner puts on little LED signals and bar end mirrors.
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  16. kaput13

    kaput13 motophilosopher

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    Maybe I need new goggles :roflbut I think this is a good looking motorcycle. The needed rear fender, turnsignal, and mirrors etc. are not going detract from a successful design. This bike has much more personality than the BMW. Bring it on over!
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  17. P7HVN

    P7HVN Been here awhile

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    I think it looks fine, with all those attached...
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  18. ktm950se

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    Thanks for the pics!

    But putting saddlebags or a windshield on these bikes is like dressing an Italian supermodel in a winter parka. :puke2

    These are STREET FIGHTERS, and should remain stripped and agile! :evil

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  19. Grainbelt

    Grainbelt marginal adventurer Super Moderator

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    The Nobel Prize should be awarded to whomever comes up with an aesthetically passable replacement for the pee cup brake reservoir.
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  20. Bikeaddict

    Bikeaddict Bikeless Due To Recession

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    Frame from the 800,650 gs series? Wheels and swingarm from the f800 R model? In all accounts I like it very much even with the screen and saddlebags. A city warrior and a B road anihilator !!!!! Gimme one ! (how many miles do you think one can survive on this seat? :huh )
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