2014 Beta RR 350 Factory Introduced

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Beta announces the introduction of its freshly-revised factory-spec RR 4T 350 machine, a bike which sums the racing experience accumulated over the years and updated with the latest technological discoveries.
The 2014 Beta RR 350 Factory is powered by a completely reworked engine, now more powerful and 1.5 kg (3.3 lbs) lighter, with new cast lightweight central crankcases and covers, a redesigned crankshaft and a new Formula 1-inspired box-in-box piston, new camshafts, pins, cylinder and cylinder head. Even the balancer was redesigned, and now offers less vibrations, even with increased power delivery.

The fork is a 48mm Marzocchi PFP closed cartridge unit, while the rear Sachs monoshock was revalved. The FMF exhaust is FIM-compliant and provides the same performance like the Beta Factory team bikes enjoy on a daily basis. Add in new machined footrests, a dual-map CDI with a handlebar-mounted switch, machined and anodized controls for a racing look, and multiple similar enhancements for a consistent build.

With factory-derived decals, the 2014 Beta RR 350 Factory is a truly impressive sight and now we’re waiting for more detailed specs and retail price.
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