Ducati 65T / 65TL

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Ducati 65T / 65TL
Manufacturer
Ducati
Production 1952 - 58
Engine
Four stroke, pullrod single cylinder, OHV
Compression ratio 8:1
Top Speed 70 km/h / 43 mph
Ignition 6V, 15W generator
Transmission 3-Speed
Frame Pressed steel
Suspension Front: Teleccopic fork
Rear: Swingarm, dual shocks
Brakes Front: Drum
Rear: Drum
Weight 54 kg / 119 lbs (dry),
Manuals Service Manual


It could reach a top speed of 70 km/h / 43 mph.

Engine[edit]

The engine was a Air cooled cooled Four stroke, pullrod single cylinder, OHV. The engine featured a 8:1 compression ratio.

Drive[edit]

Power was moderated via the Wet, multiplate.

Chassis[edit]

Stopping was achieved via Drum in the front and a Drum in the rear. The front suspension was a Teleccopic fork while the rear was equipped with a Swingarm, dual shocks. The bike weighed just 54 kg / 119 lbs.

Photos[edit]

Ducati 65T / 65TL

Overview[edit]

Ducati 65T / 65TL








With its pressed steel frame and rudimentary suspension the 65T was the small displacement workhorse in the Ducati line-up.

Although the 65TL was sold as a more luxurious model, it looked very similar to the 65T.{| class="wikitable" |- !Make Model |Ducati 65T / 65TL |- !Year |1952 - 58 |- !Engine Type |Four stroke, pullrod single cylinder, OHV |- !Displacement |65.4 cc / 3.99 cu in |- !Bore X Stroke |44 x 43 mm |- !Compression |8:1 |- !Cooling System |Air cooled |- !Induction |Weber 16MFC |- !Ignition |6V, 15W generator |- !Starting |Kick |- !Max Power |1.9 kW / 2.5 hp @5500 rpm |- !Clutch |Wet, multiplate |- !Transmission |3-Speed |- !Final Drive |Chain |- !Frame |Pressed steel |- !Front Suspension |Teleccopic fork |- !Rear Suspension |Swingarm, dual shocks |- !Front Wheel |2.00 x 22, Pirelli |- !Rear Wheel |2.00 x 22, Pirelli |- !Front Brakes |Drum |- !Rear Brakes |Drum |- !Dry Weight |54 kg / 119 lbs |- !Top Speed |70 km/h / 43 mph

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