- For more than six decades, Honda has been producing motorcycles and dirt bikes. The XR650L is a Honda dual-sport bike built for either street use or off-road racing through rugged terrain. The 1993 XR650L was the first model in the series and has undergone minimal changes in specifications through the years.
- The engine in the 1993 Honda XR650L is an air-cooled 644 cc single-cylinder, four-stroke with a chain final drive five-speed transmission. The valve train has a single overhead cam with four valves. The output power is 61.2 horsepower at 6,750 rpm and 47.2 ft-lbs of torque at 5,500 rpm. The compression ratio of the engine and fuel injection system on the XR650L is 8.3:1. The bore and stroke are 3.9 inches by 3.3 inches.
Suspension, Tires and Brakes
- The 1993 Honda XR650L has a front suspension consisting of a 1.7-inch leading axle fork with 16-position compression damping adjustability and 11.6-inch travel. The rear suspension is a pro-link single shock with 20-position compression, rebound damping adjustability and 11-inch travel. The XR650L has a 3.0-inch-wide, 21-inch diameter front tire and a 4.6-inch-wide, 18-inch diameter rear tire. The brakes are single disc with two-piston calipers on the front and a single disc with one-piston calipers on the rear.
- The 1993 Honda XR650L has a seat height of 37 inches, a wheelbase of 57.3 inches and a ground clearance of 13 inches. The dry weight is 269 lbs., and the gas tank holds 2.6 gallons of unleaded fuel with a 0.6-gallon reserve.