Stock Weight

Could somebody weigh a stock uncorked or with the bits put back in xr650r muffler and tell me the exact weight please.

If this reads weird it's because am on a mates computer without my glasses.

Well, my bike weighs 320 with a full tank of gas (IMS 4.7 that actually holds 5+). I know I had my mirror on and disk lock attached to my bars. I can't remember if my BD LED brake light/license plate holder were on the bike at the time or not.

So, 5 gallons x 6 lbs per gallon = 30; 320 - 30 - a couple more lbs should come out to...call it 287 or 288?

Hawk just the muffler mate if you could,i'm after the weight of the stock muffler with the bits in it,Thanks though.

Hawk just the muffler mate if you could,i'm after the weight of the stock muffler with the bits in it,Thanks though.

Whoops...:thumbsup:

I'm sure someone's got a stock pipe layin' around.

Yeah what are the chances.

Thanks mate.

Mine weighs 291 with oil & water but no gas. Aren't the ones plated where you live? Does yours have a battery? If so, add 8 pounds.

Could somebody weigh a stock uncorked or with the bits put back in xr650r muffler and tell me the exact weight please.

If this reads weirsd it's because am on a mates computer without my glasses.

6.2 Kg.

Scroll to the bottom of HERE

Gnarly yes our bikes are plated,they are heavier because of it.No battery though.294 lb dry or 134 kg.

My deal is weight loss and as far as i can tell i've taken off 11.5 lbs(5.2 kg).

I just put a modded aftermarket muffler(2.86kg) from a Ducati(it barks now) don't know the brand, it was half a lb(260 grams) lighter than the stock can with the tip drilled out and some baffles removed(3.06kg).

To get the real weight i've lost i need the weight of the stock standard muffler.

I think 6.2 may be the weight of the full exhaust and muffler,i may be wrong though .Max i couldn't read the little script on that link as i still haven't found my glasses.

Thanks for putting it in kg's .

This may seem a bit anal but i just want to know.

Bump,won't happen again.

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