SWM WITH A NEW ENGINE AT EICMA 2021 | New series twin discovered by SWM

 At EICMA 2021, a new engine was almost lost at SWM. The in-line twin is a prototype for a new edition of the dual-enduro series.

SWM didn't really hide the prototype of the new twin. It stood directly at the reception counter and was used as a shelf for brochures. Unworthy, as MOTORRAD thinks. When asked, we were told that it was a prototype from SWM and the parent company Shineray. The water-cooled in-line two-cylinder is intended to replace the old 600 twin dual series. Unfortunately, exact dates could not be found out yet.  Twin from Honda Connoisseurs know that the current SWM engines - especially the air-cooled ones - are based on old Honda singles. It doesn't seem to be any different with the new Twin, since the housing, shape and layout are visibly reminiscent of the Twin from the current CB-500 models. This would be a minimum of 471 cubic meters, 48 ​​A2-compliant horsepower and 43 Nm, but leave room to catch up with the "old" 600 series engines in terms of displacement.  CONCLUSION It stood there inconspicuously, the new twin from SWM. We discovered it at EICMA 2021 and tried to find out more about the prototype. It's slated to come in a new dual enduro machine and appears to be based on Honda's 500 twin.

SWM didn't really hide the prototype of the new twin. It stood directly at the reception counter and was used as a shelf for brochures. Unworthy, as MOTORRAD thinks. When asked, we were told that it was a prototype from SWM and the parent company Shineray. The water-cooled in-line two-cylinder is intended to replace the old 600 twin dual series. Unfortunately, exact dates could not be found out yet.

Twin from Honda

SWM didn't really hide the prototype of the new twin. It stood directly at the reception counter and was used as a shelf for brochures. Unworthy, as MOTORRAD thinks. When asked, we were told that it was a prototype from SWM and the parent company Shineray. The water-cooled in-line two-cylinder is intended to replace the old 600 twin dual series. Unfortunately, exact dates could not be found out yet.  Twin from Honda Connoisseurs know that the current SWM engines - especially the air-cooled ones - are based on old Honda singles. It doesn't seem to be any different with the new Twin, since the housing, shape and layout are visibly reminiscent of the Twin from the current CB-500 models. This would be a minimum of 471 cubic meters, 48 ​​A2-compliant horsepower and 43 Nm, but leave room to catch up with the "old" 600 series engines in terms of displacement.  CONCLUSION It stood there inconspicuously, the new twin from SWM. We discovered it at EICMA 2021 and tried to find out more about the prototype. It's slated to come in a new dual enduro machine and appears to be based on Honda's 500 twin.

Connoisseurs know that the current SWM engines - especially the air-cooled ones - are based on ol Honda singles. It doesn't seem to be any different with the new Twin, since the housing, shape and layout are visibly reminiscent of the Twin from the current CB-500 models. This would be a minimum of 471 cubic meters, 48 ​​A2-compliant horsepower and 43 Nm, but leave room to catch up with the "old" 600 series engines in terms of displacement.

CONCLUSION

It stood there inconspicuously, the new twin from SWM. We discovered it at EICMA 2021 and tried to find out more about the prototype. It's slated to come in a new dual enduro machine and appears to be based on Honda's 500 twin.

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