This specific Dnepr MT 11 is the one-wheel drive model. If you want two-wheel drive, you’re looking for a Dnepr MT 16. Equipped with a 12 volt electrical system and a reverse gear, everything is claimed to work well on this bike as you’d hope with something that has just 30 miles of use in a 30 years.
|engine specs||Type:||Two horizontally opposed cylinders, 4 strokes, air cooled||Displacement:||649 cm3||Bore X Stroke:||3.07x2.67 in OR 78 mm||Compression Ratio:||7:1||Horsepower:||38/5900 KW(hp)/RPM||Torque:||0/- lb-ft/RPM OR 0 Nm/RPM||Fuel System:||Carburetors|
|transmission specs||Gearbox:||4-Speed||Clutch:||-||Primary Drive:||-||Final Drive:||Shaft|
|chassis specs||Frame:||-||Front Suspension:||-||Rear Suspension:||-||Front Brake:||Drum||Rear Brake:||Drum|
|dimension specs||Overall Length:||-||Overall Width:||-||Seat Height:||-||Weelbase:||-||Ground Clearance:||-||Weight:||-||Fuel Capacity:||-|
|power system specs||Power pack:||-||Nominal Capacity:||-||Maximum Capacity:||-||Charger type:||-||Charging time (normal):||-||Charging time (quick):||-||Range:||-|