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Buyer's Guide > F750 GS
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The F750 is actually an 850—it's a detuned version of the F850 platform. This is for riders who aren't planning on riding as aggressively, as suspension is a bit wimpier than the F850, and the F750 has more rake. It also puts out almost 20 hp less than the F850, and rolls on street-friendly cast 19-inch front rim and 17-inch rear rim. The seat can be lowered as far as 770 mm with factory equipment. The F750 GS still comes with decent equipment like a 6.5-inch TFT screen, which can be connected to your communications system and also functions as gauges. It can be upgraded with a 911 crash alert system, keyless ignition and electronic adjustment for the rear shock.
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F750 GS
Adventure - Gravel
New for 2018
$ 10,950
853 cc
Engine Type
Liquid-cooled parallel twin, four-valve head, DOHC, dry sump
6-speed, chain
Wet, multi-plate, anti-hop
Fuel Injection
Max Power
77 HP (57.4 kW) @ 7,500 RPM
Max Torque
61.2 lb-ft (83 Nm) @ 6,000 RPM
Seat Height, std
815 mm (32.1 in.)
Seat Height, options
830 mm - 770 mm (36.7 in. - 30.3 in.)
1559 mm (61.4 in.)
Fuel Capacity
18.5 L (4.9 USG)
Dry Weight
Curb Weight
224 kg (493.8 lb.)
Brakes, front
Dual 305 mm disc, two-piston caliper
Brakes, rear
Single 265 mm disc with 1-piston caliper
Antilock Brakes (ABS)
Switchable ABS Standard
Suspension, front
41 mm telescopic forks, 151 mm of travel
Suspension, rear
Monoshock, adjustable preload/rebound damping, 177 mm of travel
Tires, front
110/80 R19
Tires, rear
150/70 R17
Light White, Austin Yellow Metallic, Stereo Metallic Matt
36 months, unlimited mileage

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