2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike Review Price

This article provides the full review of new 2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike, and it is covered under Bikes Catalog. This dirt bike features the powerful engine offering a massive amount of acceleration and torque. The chassis is strong and lightweight so that rider can handle it over a variety of terrains. Those riders who want power when off-road riding should think about the new 2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike.

With a lighter weight and performance that has never been better, the 2018 Enduro RR is coming to the market with a host of new features. This new generation of RR models, in particular, the new 2018 Beta 350 RR-Race Edition Dirt Bike, is characterized by their ease of handling, their solidity and the high degree of reliability thanks to a significant evolution of the engine, running gear and suspension. The review and specifications of new 2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike are given below.

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike – Features and Price

Engine

A series of new features common to both the two and four-stroke engines have been introduced. These developments have led not only to an increase in performance compared to the 2017 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike but also about a 1.7 kg decrease in weight for both versions. A complete overhaul of the clutch has resulted in improved scalability, precision, and increased stability at different operating temperatures. It has also made the clutch more compact and lightweight, which has been put to good use in refining the lines of the 2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike by allowing for a greater tapering of the external clutch cover. While it can still be ordered as an option given the engine arrangement, the great work done by the engineers in improving the reliability of the electric starter has allowed for the removal of the kick-start lever, providing significant weight reduction.

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike

This eliminates any possible uncertainties during gear shifting by improving transmission precision. Output optimization by rigorously testing the injection mapping on the 4-stroke engine and timing advance curves on the 2-stroke engine allowed for a new filter box the be introduced. Besides, both the 2-stroke and the 4-stroke versions have been expressly engineered for their particular architectures. Dedicated maps for each engine displacement can be applied because of the introduction of dual injectors. This improves engine performance (in particular for mid and high rpm) and boosts mileage due to increased mixture control.

Chassis

Compared to older models, the new 2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike features the completely redesigned front-end has led to a notable decrease in weight along with an increase in flexural and torsional rigidity characteristics. This improvement in the structural layout has resulted in a consistent boost in riding precision and handling. The bike now has a leaner and more aggressive look thanks to a slimmer filter box and rear end. Higher power and reliability, coupled with lighter weight. With precise calibration to suit the demands placed on it by the new chassis, this was developed to improve sliding and increase rigidity while being lighter like in 2018 Beta 480 RR-Race Edition. It uses a mono-shock absorber which has been adapted for the 2018 frames with new settings. A revision of the external profile and the internal layout enhances engine performance, particularly at low rpm. New skid plate (2-stroke versions only) allows for speedier removal by improving fastener accessibility. New muffler heat shield: Improved protection for the rider on both the 2- and 4- stroke versions from burns. Takasago Excel rims come with a new opaque black finish designed explicitly for BETA. It is available in new colors and graphics.

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike – Price

The new 2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike is available in just $9,699 only.

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike – Technical Specifications

Engine

Type Single-cylinder, 4-valve, (titanium intake and exhaust), 4-stroke, cooling fan, liquid cooled, electric start
Bore 88 mm
Stroke 57.4 mm
Displacement 349 cc
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 the cartridge oil filter. Separate oil for engine and clutch
Fuel System 42 mm Electronic Fuel Injection

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike

Transmission

Clutch Wet multi-disc
Gearbox 6-speed
Final Drive O-ring chain

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike

Chassis

Frame Molybdenum steel/double cradle w/quick air filter access
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 inches
Rear Wheel Travel 11.4 inches
Final Gearing 15t front, 48t rear
Front Brake 260 mm rotor
Rear Brake 240 mm rotor
Front/Rear Rim 21 inches (Front) 18 inches (Rear)
Front/Rear Tire Michelin Enduro (DOT Approved)

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike Specs

Dimension

Wheelbase 58.7 inches
Seat Height 36.8 inches
Ground Clearance 12.6 inches
Footrest Height 16.2 inches
Steering Rake/Offset 26.5 degree rake/23mm Offset
Dry Weight 242 lbs. (wet weight, no fuel)

Warranty

Warranty 12-month Limited Warranty

2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike

Conclusion

This article provides the full review of new 2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike, and it is covered under Bikes Catalog. This dirt bike features the powerful engine offering a massive amount of acceleration and torque. The chassis is strong and lightweight so that rider can handle it over a variety of terrains. Those riders who want power when off-road riding should think about the new 2018 Beta 350 RR-S Dirt Bike.

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