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The one-piece seat extends onto the fuel tank, giving it a dual-sport-like appearance.
The XPulse has a 21-inch front wheel and 190mm of suspension travel.
The bike should be well-protected off-road, thanks to a metal underbelly bash plate.
Front fork dust covers will help keep the dirt and grime out.
Metzeler tyres may be an option on the higher-spec version.
The XPulse features single-channel ABS.
The turn signals are shared with the new Xtreme 200R and the existing Xtreme Sports.
The monoshock promises to offer 170mm of rear wheel travel.
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