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Vincent HRD Series A Rapide 1937
1937 Vincent HRD Series A Rapide specifications, pictures, reviews and rating
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|Model:||Vincent HRD Series A Rapide|
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|Engine and transmission|
|Displacement:||998.0 ccm (60.90 cubic inches)|
|Engine type:||V2, four-stroke|
|Engine details:||47.5 degree V-twin|
|Power:||45.0 HP (32.8 kW)) @ 5500 RPM|
|Top speed:||180.0 km/h (111.8 mph)|
|Bore x stroke:||84.0 x 90.0 mm (3.3 x 3.5 inches)|
|Fuel system:||Carburettor. Amal|
|Fuel control:||Overhead Valves (OHV)|
|Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels|
|Frame type:||Brazed lug duplex tubular cradle|
|Front suspension:||Gilder fork with coil over shock|
|Front brakes:||Expanding brake (drum brake)|
|Rear brakes:||Expanding brake (drum brake)|
|Seat:||Feridax Dunopillo Dualseat|
|Physical measures and capacities|
|Weight incl. oil, gas, etc:||206.4 kg (455.0 pounds)|
|Wheelbase:||1410 mm (55.5 inches)|
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