Benda unveils two new V4 engines

Since 2020, Benda, the Chinese motorcycle manufacturer, has always surprised us. Whether it is the launch of the new cruiser motorcycle LF-01 that comes with a four-cylinder engine that delivers supersport-like performance, including the introduction of a 300 cc turbo engine and the latest brand new from the dragon. It will surprise us again. With the launch of the new V4 engine at the same time, up to two sizes will be used for new products next year.  Benda LF-01 With this launch, Benda has used the space at the current EICMA 2021 event as a platform for the launch of the new engine. In the form of a V4 engine, which may not be new to the motorcycle world. But it is the first time a Chinese manufacturer will have such an engine for their own product. And it's quite interesting. because it is not just one but comes in two sizes at once on different performance models  The first engine will come with the code BD476 comes with a capacity of 1,198 cc V4 4-cylinder, 4-valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled, code BD476, BD stands for Benda, three digits are divided into two sets. Comprising 4, representing the number of pistons and 76, referring to the bore size of 76 mm, with a stroke of 66 mm, the engine is similar to the Yamaha V4 used on the modern Yamaha VMax. The legendary sir of the tuning fork camp. But it's not a complete copy because it's different in many places.  The first part is the engine stroke. It can be seen that the BS476 has a stroke of 66 millimeters, which is different from the VMax's 90 millimeter stroke. The other part is the compression ratio. The new engine has a higher value of 11.5:1 that reflects the highest compression performance. to have a smaller number of rotations The BD476 engine is capable of producing a maximum power of 152 horsepower (HP), which may seem less than the engine from European manufacturers. That usually comes with around 200+ horsepower on both Ducati's Panigale V4 and Aprilia's RSV4, but the Benda's engine is used to produce only 9,500 rpm and 89 Ib-Ft of peak torque. It's only 7,500 rpm, which is pretty impressive with a road-focused engine.  Another engine that Benda presented at this event. It comes with the identification code BD453, which uses the principle of naming the machine with the first version. To have the number 53 indicating the size of the cylinder, the four are 53.5 mm and the stroke 55.2 mm comes with a capacity of 496 cc, which when we see the stroke with the cylinder size. It is enough to guess that it is almost square in shape. It is an engine that focuses on creating torque at low rpm. Usually, the cylinder of a motorcycle engine is larger than its stroke. The efficiency figure of this engine is 56 hp (HP) at 10,000 rpm and 33 Ib-Ft peak torque at 8,000 rpm, which is quite interesting because the numbers are the opposite of the size and model. its stroke  Part of our attention to this BD453 engine is because not many manufacturers would choose to use it for engines under 800cc, which reminds us of the 80's. Honda has made a phenomenon with the VF500 that uses a 498cc V4 four-stroke engine, and it has to be said that the BD453 is not like the VF500 engine at all. both capacity Cylinder size, stroke, numbers, power and number of engine revolutions or compression ratio there is a difference and it looks like BD453 will have superior performance which is not surprising Compared to Honda's nearly 40 years of technology  Benda's 300cc V-Twin Turbo engine There's no word yet on which models the BD476 and BD453 will land on from Benda, but it's been confirmed that both of these engines will be available. It will be used in the company's new products for 2022, along with the 680cc inline four-cylinder engine and the 300cc V-Twin turbo launched earlier this year. And the company has plans for entering the European market. After obtaining an official distributor in Spain and Portugal which will have new representatives to take over the duties in many more countries in the region Including entering the ASEAN market, which is targeting Malaysia and Vietnam for production bases as well

Since 2020, Benda, the Chinese motorcycle manufacturer, has always surprised us. Whether it is the launch of the new cruiser motorcycle LF-01 that comes with a four-cylinder engine that delivers supersport-like performance, including the introduction of a 300 cc turbo engine and the latest brand new from the dragon. It will surprise us again. With the launch of the new V4 engine at the same time, up to two sizes will be used for new products next year.

Benda LF-01

With this launch, Benda has used the space at the current EICMA 2021 event as a platform for the launch of the new engine. In the form of a V4 engine, which may not be new to the motorcycle world. But it is the first time a Chinese manufacturer will have such an engine for their own product. And it's quite interesting. because it is not just one but comes in two sizes at once on different performance models


The first engine will come with the code BD476 comes with a capacity of 1,198 cc V4 4-cylinder, 4-valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled, code BD476, BD stands for Benda, three digits are divided into two sets. Comprising 4, representing the number of pistons and 76, referring to the bore size of 76 mm, with a stroke of 66 mm, the engine is similar to the Yamaha V4 used on the modern Yamaha VMax. The legendary sir of the tuning fork camp. But it's not a complete copy because it's different in many places.

Since 2020, Benda, the Chinese motorcycle manufacturer, has always surprised us. Whether it is the launch of the new cruiser motorcycle LF-01 that comes with a four-cylinder engine that delivers supersport-like performance, including the introduction of a 300 cc turbo engine and the latest brand new from the dragon. It will surprise us again. With the launch of the new V4 engine at the same time, up to two sizes will be used for new products next year.  Benda LF-01 With this launch, Benda has used the space at the current EICMA 2021 event as a platform for the launch of the new engine. In the form of a V4 engine, which may not be new to the motorcycle world. But it is the first time a Chinese manufacturer will have such an engine for their own product. And it's quite interesting. because it is not just one but comes in two sizes at once on different performance models  The first engine will come with the code BD476 comes with a capacity of 1,198 cc V4 4-cylinder, 4-valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled, code BD476, BD stands for Benda, three digits are divided into two sets. Comprising 4, representing the number of pistons and 76, referring to the bore size of 76 mm, with a stroke of 66 mm, the engine is similar to the Yamaha V4 used on the modern Yamaha VMax. The legendary sir of the tuning fork camp. But it's not a complete copy because it's different in many places.  The first part is the engine stroke. It can be seen that the BS476 has a stroke of 66 millimeters, which is different from the VMax's 90 millimeter stroke. The other part is the compression ratio. The new engine has a higher value of 11.5:1 that reflects the highest compression performance. to have a smaller number of rotations The BD476 engine is capable of producing a maximum power of 152 horsepower (HP), which may seem less than the engine from European manufacturers. That usually comes with around 200+ horsepower on both Ducati's Panigale V4 and Aprilia's RSV4, but the Benda's engine is used to produce only 9,500 rpm and 89 Ib-Ft of peak torque. It's only 7,500 rpm, which is pretty impressive with a road-focused engine.  Another engine that Benda presented at this event. It comes with the identification code BD453, which uses the principle of naming the machine with the first version. To have the number 53 indicating the size of the cylinder, the four are 53.5 mm and the stroke 55.2 mm comes with a capacity of 496 cc, which when we see the stroke with the cylinder size. It is enough to guess that it is almost square in shape. It is an engine that focuses on creating torque at low rpm. Usually, the cylinder of a motorcycle engine is larger than its stroke. The efficiency figure of this engine is 56 hp (HP) at 10,000 rpm and 33 Ib-Ft peak torque at 8,000 rpm, which is quite interesting because the numbers are the opposite of the size and model. its stroke  Part of our attention to this BD453 engine is because not many manufacturers would choose to use it for engines under 800cc, which reminds us of the 80's. Honda has made a phenomenon with the VF500 that uses a 498cc V4 four-stroke engine, and it has to be said that the BD453 is not like the VF500 engine at all. both capacity Cylinder size, stroke, numbers, power and number of engine revolutions or compression ratio there is a difference and it looks like BD453 will have superior performance which is not surprising Compared to Honda's nearly 40 years of technology  Benda's 300cc V-Twin Turbo engine There's no word yet on which models the BD476 and BD453 will land on from Benda, but it's been confirmed that both of these engines will be available. It will be used in the company's new products for 2022, along with the 680cc inline four-cylinder engine and the 300cc V-Twin turbo launched earlier this year. And the company has plans for entering the European market. After obtaining an official distributor in Spain and Portugal which will have new representatives to take over the duties in many more countries in the region Including entering the ASEAN market, which is targeting Malaysia and Vietnam for production bases as well

The first part is the engine stroke. It can be seen that the BS476 has a stroke of 66 millimeters, which is different from the VMax's 90 millimeter stroke. The other part is the compression ratio. The new engine has a higher value of 11.5:1 that reflects the highest compression performance. to have a smaller number of rotations The BD476 engine is capable of producing a maximum power of 152 horsepower (HP), which may seem less than the engine from European manufacturers. That usually comes with around 200+ horsepower on both Ducati's Panigale V4 and Aprilia's RSV4, but the Benda's engine is used to produce only 9,500 rpm and 89 Ib-Ft of peak torque. It's only 7,500 rpm, which is pretty impressive with a road-focused engine.


Another engine that Benda presented at this event. It comes with the identification code BD453, which uses the principle of naming the machine with the first version. To have the number 53 indicating the size of the cylinder, the four are 53.5 mm and the stroke 55.2 mm comes with a capacity of 496 cc, which when we see the stroke with the cylinder size. It is enough to guess that it is almost square in shape. It is an engine that focuses on creating torque at low rpm. Usually, the cylinder of a motorcycle engine is larger than its stroke. The efficiency figure of this engine is 56 hp (HP) at 10,000 rpm and 33 Ib-Ft peak torque at 8,000 rpm, which is quite interesting because the numbers are the opposite of the size and model. its stroke.


Since 2020, Benda, the Chinese motorcycle manufacturer, has always surprised us. Whether it is the launch of the new cruiser motorcycle LF-01 that comes with a four-cylinder engine that delivers supersport-like performance, including the introduction of a 300 cc turbo engine and the latest brand new from the dragon. It will surprise us again. With the launch of the new V4 engine at the same time, up to two sizes will be used for new products next year.  Benda LF-01 With this launch, Benda has used the space at the current EICMA 2021 event as a platform for the launch of the new engine. In the form of a V4 engine, which may not be new to the motorcycle world. But it is the first time a Chinese manufacturer will have such an engine for their own product. And it's quite interesting. because it is not just one but comes in two sizes at once on different performance models  The first engine will come with the code BD476 comes with a capacity of 1,198 cc V4 4-cylinder, 4-valve, DOHC, liquid-cooled, code BD476, BD stands for Benda, three digits are divided into two sets. Comprising 4, representing the number of pistons and 76, referring to the bore size of 76 mm, with a stroke of 66 mm, the engine is similar to the Yamaha V4 used on the modern Yamaha VMax. The legendary sir of the tuning fork camp. But it's not a complete copy because it's different in many places.  The first part is the engine stroke. It can be seen that the BS476 has a stroke of 66 millimeters, which is different from the VMax's 90 millimeter stroke. The other part is the compression ratio. The new engine has a higher value of 11.5:1 that reflects the highest compression performance. to have a smaller number of rotations The BD476 engine is capable of producing a maximum power of 152 horsepower (HP), which may seem less than the engine from European manufacturers. That usually comes with around 200+ horsepower on both Ducati's Panigale V4 and Aprilia's RSV4, but the Benda's engine is used to produce only 9,500 rpm and 89 Ib-Ft of peak torque. It's only 7,500 rpm, which is pretty impressive with a road-focused engine.  Another engine that Benda presented at this event. It comes with the identification code BD453, which uses the principle of naming the machine with the first version. To have the number 53 indicating the size of the cylinder, the four are 53.5 mm and the stroke 55.2 mm comes with a capacity of 496 cc, which when we see the stroke with the cylinder size. It is enough to guess that it is almost square in shape. It is an engine that focuses on creating torque at low rpm. Usually, the cylinder of a motorcycle engine is larger than its stroke. The efficiency figure of this engine is 56 hp (HP) at 10,000 rpm and 33 Ib-Ft peak torque at 8,000 rpm, which is quite interesting because the numbers are the opposite of the size and model. its stroke  Part of our attention to this BD453 engine is because not many manufacturers would choose to use it for engines under 800cc, which reminds us of the 80's. Honda has made a phenomenon with the VF500 that uses a 498cc V4 four-stroke engine, and it has to be said that the BD453 is not like the VF500 engine at all. both capacity Cylinder size, stroke, numbers, power and number of engine revolutions or compression ratio there is a difference and it looks like BD453 will have superior performance which is not surprising Compared to Honda's nearly 40 years of technology  Benda's 300cc V-Twin Turbo engine There's no word yet on which models the BD476 and BD453 will land on from Benda, but it's been confirmed that both of these engines will be available. It will be used in the company's new products for 2022, along with the 680cc inline four-cylinder engine and the 300cc V-Twin turbo launched earlier this year. And the company has plans for entering the European market. After obtaining an official distributor in Spain and Portugal which will have new representatives to take over the duties in many more countries in the region Including entering the ASEAN market, which is targeting Malaysia and Vietnam for production bases as well

Part of our attention to this BD453 engine is because not many manufacturers would choose to use it for engines under 800cc, which reminds us of the 80's. Honda has made a phenomenon with the VF500 that uses a 498cc V4 four-stroke engine, and it has to be said that the BD453 is not like the VF500 engine at all. both capacity Cylinder size, stroke, numbers, power and number of engine revolutions or compression ratio there is a difference and it looks like BD453 will have superior performance which is not surprising Compared to Honda's nearly 40 years of technology


Benda's 300cc V-Twin Turbo engine


There's no word yet on which models the BD476 and BD453 will land on from Benda, but it's been confirmed that both of these engines will be available. It will be used in the company's new products for 2022, along with the 680cc inline four-cylinder engine and the 300cc V-Twin turbo launched earlier this year. And the company has plans for entering the European market. After obtaining an official distributor in Spain and Portugal which will have new representatives to take over the duties in many more countries in the region Including entering the ASEAN market, which is targeting Malaysia and Vietnam for production bases as well


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