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Titan  Phoenix ZRM  Cruiser General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Titan Model Phoenix ZRM
Year 2004 Engine 4-Stroke 45 Degree V-twin, Air Cooled w/Push Rod Actuated Overhead Valves; Two Valves per Cylinder w
Displacement CC 1,589.00
Type Cruiser Displacement Cubic Inches 96.97
Front Suspension 64mm upper fork leg 45mm lower fork leg, Inverted Rear Suspension 13.5 in. chrome shock
Ignition Single Fire Programmable
Engine and Components
Engine 4-Stroke 45 Degree V-twin, Air Cooled w/Push Rod Actuated Overhead Valves; Two Valves per Cylinder w Cubic Centimeters 1589
Cubic Inches 96.9667293749 Bore and Stroke 4 in. x 3.875 in.
Compression Ratio 9.4:1 Induction S&S E Series
Exhaust Titan/Bub - 2 into 1 Pipes
Transmission Five Speed Constant Mesh
Final Drive Kevlar Belt - ratio 2.96 to 1.0
Wheels and Tires
Front Tire 21 x 3.00 in. Rear Tire 160/60 x 18 in.
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 632.00 Dry Weight KG 286.67
Fuel Capacity US Gallons 5 Fuel Capacity Litre 18.93
Wheel Base 66.25
Seat Height MM 647.70
Seat Height Inches 25.50
The new Phoenix line was designed for those with a passion for Titan. When nothing else would do weve made it for you in a high performance, V-twin motorcycle, moderately priced, with a variety of options, worth carrying the Titan name. The product of painstaking design, prototyping and road testing, we're proud to roll-out the Phoenix series of bikes. A major milestone for Titan and the American V-twin market.

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