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2014 URAL

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  • Model: Ural Gear Up
  • Manufactured by: Ural

Price:   $13,700.00
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Mileage: 755

Ural 2014 - Rethink What You Thought You Knew About Ural

Ural motorcycles gained popularity and a loyal following among motorcycle enthusiasts around the world. Ural riders appreciate the bikes' on and off-road capabilities, ease of maintenance and certainly love the bikes' classic appearance and feel.

Ural's classic look, ruggedness and unpretentious character.

The four main areas Ural focused on in 2014 were:

- Engine performance
- Handling
- Braking
- Overall fit and finish

2014 Urals feature the standalone fuel injection system. This system has been developed specifically for Ural by ElectroJet, Inc., a Michigan-based engineering company, using components by Bosch and Delphi.

It's a closed loop throttle body injection system utilizing individual ECU's for each of the cylinders. This system precisely manages fuel delivery and ignition timing while simultaneously allowing the cylinders to communicate with each other for better idling and balance.

The most unique feature of the system is the individual ECU's integrated with the throttle bodies. It's a compact and redundant system which allows the motorcycle to continue running with just one out of two ECU's operational. The ECU also incorporates a PDS (pressure differential sensor) for more accurate and smooth fuel delivery, eliminating the need for additional TPS (throttle position sensor). The throttle bodies were specifically designed in a way to maximize performance while minimizing modification to existing engine components.

EFI is not the only piece of the puzzle. The package includes an all new air box and an improved cam profile.

The new airbox is almost two times larger in volume. This provides less restrictive airflow and better balance. The airbox inlet has been relocated to make the system more weather resistant and easier to service.

The profile of the camshaft was revised for shorter duration to increase the low to mid- rpm torque.

What Is Does

The three main benefits of EFI are obvious: it is more user friendly, provides better fuel economy and reduces emissions.

While the deployment of EFI and redesign of other engine components increased the maximum horsepower of the 750 engine, the real story is torque.

For a motorcycle with the sidecar that weighs over 700 lbs., you need a lot of torque to overcome the moment of inertia. The engine produces 42 ft-lbs of torque at 4300rpm compared to previous 38 ft-lbs of torque at 4600 rpm - that's a 15% increase! What's even more impressive is that 90% of max torque is achieved below 2300 rpms - and that puts the power where you need it.

What It Comes With

The engine now comes with redesigned front cover integrating a standard spin-on oil filter.

A new wire harness incorporates all new requirements for EFI utilizing high quality weather tight connectors.

The dashboard was redesigned to include fuel level warning and engine management indicator lamps.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 07 July, 2018.