This is an interesting drag race competition between TVS Apache RTR 310 and Apache RR 310. Both these are siblings with the only difference of fairing. Apache 310 series of bikes is the go-to choice for all those riders who prefer performance over anything else. What is most impressive is the fact that it offers an incredible riding experience without burning a hole through the pockets of the owners. Let us take a look at how the Apache 310 siblings perform in this drag race competition.
TVS Apache RTR 310 vs RR 310 Drag Race
This post comes from rider VEER JI on YouTube. On this occasion, the rider has the two motorcycles with him. For the first round, he takes the RTR 310 and his companion has the RR 310. As soon as the race commences, the RTR 310 takes the lead. However, the gap is not too wide. Still, it remains ahead for the entire race until it hits the limiter. For the second round, a similar process follows. Hence, the performance of the RTR 310 is slightly better than the RR 310. That is due to its specifications.
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The Apache RTR 310 boasts a powerful 312.12-cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, delivering 35.6 PS of power and 28.7 Nm of torque at its peak. Its smooth transmission is managed by a 6-speed gearbox. This motorcycle features a 41 mm Upside-Down (USD) fork in the front suspension and a rear monoshock with adjustable pre-load for a comfortable and responsive ride. On the contrary, the RR 310 also has the same engine but the power and torque are 34 PS and 27.3 Nm, respectively. Hence, the difference in performance is due to the specs.
|Specs Comparison||Apache RTR 310||Apache RR 310|
|Power||35.6 PS||34 PS|
|Torque||28.7 Nm||27.3 Nm|
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What We Think
Many YouTubers have adopted the common practice of using drag races to evaluate the performance of various motorcycles. However, it’s important to understand that relying solely on drag races for these assessments may not be the wisest approach. This concern arises from the potential for drag races to cause lasting damage to motorcycles since most bikes are not designed for prolonged high-speed, straight-line racing. Therefore, we strongly discourage attempting drag races with your own motorcycles. In reality, most riders avoid pushing their bikes to such extreme limits, prioritizing safety and the protection of both themselves and their vehicles from harm.
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