Here's everything you need to know and more about the new and
curiously named BMW Xchallenge, Xcountry and Xmoto G650
single cylinder series of motorcycles. Following
is a lightly edited and translated text version of the
huge BMW .pdf press release. Following that are
images of the torque and horsepower curves, available
colors and a chart comparing the differences in the
three bikes (below). Photos and text courtesy
of BMW AG
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Announces 450cc Sports Enduro
BMW Motorrad made a big announcement at the 2006
INTERMOT Motorcycle Show in Cologne, Germany with the
widest and most varied model range in the history of the
The all-new single-cylinder model series is
making its world debut with a fascinating range of three
brand-new motorcycles quite different in their features
and character, the G 650 Xcountry, the G 650 Xchallenge,
and the G 650 Xmoto.
Including the new single-cylinder model series, the
BMW Motorrad model range is now made up of no less than
19 different models. With their characteristic
features, these models meet all kinds of customer wishes
and preferences absolutely perfectly in the segment
above 500 cc, offering a very attractive choice in the
respective motorcycle categories.
More sporting than ever before, but without
neglecting those classic BMW virtues, all BMW
motorcycles offer a host of innovations and trendsetting
safety technologies. Indeed, the fully controlled
three-way catalytic converter introduced on BMW
motorcycles more than 15 years ago is now obviously a
primary feature on all models, just like ABS anti-lock
BMW Motorrad has been the benchmark in active safety
for a long time, with all models in the range (except
for the BMW HP2 Enduro) becoming available with ABS
straight from the factory in the last five years. And in
July of last year the fourth generation of ABS anti-lock
brake technology ever since the start of production of
this feature in 1989 was presented to the international
press together with BMW Motorrad’s new ASC Automatic
Stability Control. Together, these two systems once
again underline the leadership in technology of BMW
Motorrad and the Company’s leading position in the area
of active motorcycle safety.
The current model range is younger than ever before
with the exception of the K 1200 LT Luxury Tourer
maintaining the same features as in the past, not one
single model has been in the market for more than 21/2
years. Based on a broad range of development
activities in recent years, therefore, the entire model
line-up has been totally renewed from the ground up ever
since the beginning of 2004.
And in the same period not only highlights in
technology such as the Evo-Paralever and the cast
single-unit swing arm in combination with toothed belt
drive have been introduced as new features, but also
world-first achievements such as the Duolever, the air
spring damper system, Electronic Suspension Adjustment (ESA)
and mass compensation via the swing arm. Further
progressive technologies adapted and carried over from
automobile construction, finally, such as anti-knock
engine management and xenon headlights, round off the
leadership in innovation so characteristic of the brand.
The new Single-Cylinder BMW G 650 X Model Series
Introducing the new range of single-cylinder models, BMW
broadening its model line-up with a clear focus on
additional target groups. Proceeding from the same
technical foundation, the Company has created three new
motorcycles absolutely different in their features and
characteristics: the G 650 Xchallenge Hard Enduro, G 650
Xmoto Street Moto, and the G 650 Xcountry Scrambler.
With their outstanding product substance, their purist
looks, and their
exceptionally sporting riding characteristics, these
single-cylinder models are
filling attractive niches in the market. And through
their low unladen
weight of less than 160 kg or 353 lb according to the
DIN standard, they offer
dynamic performance for both the connoisseur and the
sports-minded rider. Market launch of the new G
650 X model series is planned in good time for the
beginning of the season in spring 2007.
These new machines with the smallest engines in the BMW
offer particularly the young and young-at-heart
motorcycle rider exactly the
right entry into the world of BMW motorcycles, but are
not entry-level bikes
in the conventional sense of the word: On the contrary,
the G 650 Xchallenge
Hard Enduro will thrill the customer who wishes to
really benefit from the
enormous off-road potential of his machine. The G
650 Xmoto Street Moto, in turn, with its very impressive
active riding qualities, offers the genuine enthusiast a
new dimension in riding pleasure.
The G 650 Xcountry Scrambler, finally, stands for
carefree riding pleasure and
nimble performance both on the road and off the beaten
this unique machine is able to meet all kinds of
requirements and offer virtually
all riding qualities ranging from city use via country
roads and small,
winding lanes, all the way to off-road tracks presenting
the most challenging requirements.
The G 650 Xcountry therefore conveys the classic but
relaxed feeling of riding
a genuine Scrambler as well as the concept of wandering
motorcycle into today’s world in a most modern style.
And last but certainly not least, riding pleasure is
guaranteed under all conditions and in every situation,
since the G 650 Xcountry offers the same outstanding
engine and running gear qualities as its two very
sporting sister models.
All three of these new models are powered by the
single-cylinder carried over
from the former F 650 models now optimized for even
better performance and
minimum weight: In the G 650 X-models, the upgraded
engine now develops
maximum output of 39 kW (53 hp) at 7,000 rpm, reaching
maximum torque of
60 Nm (44 lb-ft) at 5,250 rpm. And it almost goes
without saying that the engine’s well-known virtues such
as superior reliability, motoring refinement, economy,
and environmental friendliness have been enhanced to an
even higher standard than ever before.
Yet a further improvement is the even more dynamic surge
of power from the
four-valve engine now made possible by the lighter crank drive and a number of
other modifications. The rear wheel, finally, is
driven on all three model variants by an O-ring chain.
The bridge-type tubular frame made of steel with cast
sections and the bolted-on aluminum rear frame,
together with the rear-wheel
swing arm made of cast light alloy and a number of other
components, characterize the suspension and running gear
concept of the
entire G 650 X model series. All components
are the same on all three models.
Intelligent lightweight technology with a high degree of
overall integration of
the various components allows particularly low weight
for a motorcycle in this
class between 156 and 160 kg (344 and 353 lb), depending
model (DIN unladen weight with 90 per cent tank
filling). Dry weight, in turn, is between 144 and
148 kg or 318 and 326 lb.
Various set-ups and versions of the upside-down
telescopic fork as well as
the rear suspension elements give each model its own
special character and
riding features. The Xchallenge, for example,
comes with a particularly elaborate air damping system,
while the Xcountry and the Xmoto feature a spring strut
adjustable for length.
The wheels and their dimensions, in turn, are
tailored to each specific purpose, the Street Moto
featuring 17-inch cast light-alloy rims, the Scrambler
running on 19- and, respectively, 17-inch spoke wheels,
and the Hard Enduro featuring 21- and, respectively,
18-inch spoke wheels highlighting the specific character
of each machine.
The brake systems also differ from one model to another:
front-wheel brakes on the Xcountry and the Xchallenge
300 millimeters or 11.81´´ in diameter and come in each
case with a double piston
brake caliper, while the Xmoto features a four-piston
interacting with a brake disc measuring 320 millimeters
or 12.60´´ in diameter.
A feature truly unique in the segment of highly
motorcycles but nevertheless quite natural on a BMW is
availability of light and compact two-channel ABS for
even greater braking
performance. And it also goes without saying that
the ABS anti-lock brake system does not in any way
restrict the ambitious sports rider wishing to enjoy
himself off the beaten track or on special circuits
reserved for racing, since the system may be deactivated
naturally, the off-road
rider enjoying the Xchallenge benefits from the same
freedom whenever he
or she wishes. Again reflecting the usual standard of BMW Motorrad, the
G 650 X models
may also be customized by a wide range of accessories
and special features tailored to each model.
Indeed, the new models are not only the successors to
the former single cylinder machines, but rather round
off the range as a whole, since both the F 650 GS and
the F 650 GS Dakar are to remain in the model line-up in
2007, with production continuing at BMW Motorrad’s
The most important features of the new G 650 X model
at a glance:
- Sporting and emotional design characterized in
particular by lightweight features.
- Fast-revving single-cylinder power unit
developing maximum output of 39 kW (53 hp) at 7,000
rpm and peak torque of 60 Nm (44 lb-ft) at 5,250
- Crankshaft running in anti-friction bearings and
an even lighter alternator reducing free mass
- DOHC valve drive with cup tappets and four
- Liquid cooling with an aluminum radiator.
- Electronic BMS-C II engine management with
intake manifold injection and dual ignition.
- Stainless-steel exhaust system with three-way
catalytic converter and oxygen sensor.
- Dry sump lubrication with the oil tank
positioned appropriately for an ideal centre of
- Close-increment five-speed gearbox with
secondary chain drive.
- High-quality running gear components,
epoxy-plated aluminum attachments.
- Torsionally-rigid tubular bridge frame with
bolted-on aluminum rear frame.
- Stable upside-down telescopic fork, fixed-position tube
45 millimeters (1.77´´) in diameter.
- Light and highly stable two-unit cast-aluminum swingarm.
- Top-quality spring struts at the rear.
- Low unladen weight between 156 and 160 kg (344
and 353 lb).
- Cone-shaped aluminum tubular handlebar.
- Foot brake and gearshift levers made of forged
- Fuel tank positioned beneath the seat for an
ideal centre of gravity, with good access to the
- High-performance brake system with on-demand ABS
as an option.
- Model-specific range of accessories and optional
The new single-cylinder models were developed under the
BMW in cooperation with Aprilia S.p.A., Noale, Italy
(Piaggio Group). Production is by Aprilia in their North Italian Scorzè
Plant, naturally fulfilling all
of BMW’s strict quality standards. And as on the F 650
models, the power
unit comes from Austrian specialist Rotax, again
following the specifications and requirements made by
In their overall concept, the three new models, using
largely the same parts and components on the engine and
frame as well as the same main features, seek to offer a
very different and distinctive character in each case
(see engine specification chart below).
The truly convincing single-cylinder power unit
already featured in the existing BMW F 650 model series
to this day the benchmark in its class in terms of
refinement, smoothness, fuel economy, and emission
control sets the foundation for the engines in all new G
650 X models.
Reflecting the different sporting requirements and
demands made of each model, a number of components have
been modified to reduce the weight of the new
motorcycles by approximately 2 kg, enhancing the
engine’s fast-revving response and performance and
boosting engine output by 2 kW.
As a result, the power unit not only offers maximum
output increased to 39 kW or 53 hp at 7,000 rpm and peak
torque of 60 Nm or 44 lb-ft at 5,250 rpm, but also even
more dynamic performance and a greater athletic
character in every respect.
Even lighter than before, the alternator minimizes the
free mass weight of the
entire crank drive system running in anti-friction
bearings, giving the single-cylinder
even more spontaneous and athletic performance. The
balance shaft serving
to optimize smoothness and running refinement has been
retained, with the new
starter and alternator cover made of magnesium making a
to the lower weight of the engine. The redesigned
four-valve cylinder head, finally, serves mainly to
connect the power unit ideally to the frame and
suspension as a load-bearing element.
Engine management is provided by BMW BMS-C II electronic
control responsible not only for the concept of manifold
injection, but also for
the dual ignition system. Indeed, BMS-C II engine
management even features
model-specific control maps tailored to the various
motorcycle concepts. And thanks to the all-new stainless-steel exhaust
complete with its oxygen
sensor and three-way catalytic converter now moved
higher up than before,
as well as the precise engine set-up, the short-stroke
power unit significantly
outperforms the EU 3 emission standard.
The proven valve drive system with its timing chain,
two overhead camshafts and cup tappets, as well as the
aluminum radiator cooling system, all remain unchanged.
The gearbox likewise remains the same as before,
while the final drive ratio on the chain sprocket has
been modified, with a 15-tooth pinion and a 47-tooth
sprocket on the G 650 Xchallenge providing a shorter
ratio than on the other two G 650 X models with their
longer 16:47 ratio.
roll circumference on the rear tyres, finally, also
affects each model’s riding
dynamics. Yet another new feature is the dry sump
oil tank to the left behind the cylinder, contributing
to the perfect concentration of masses around the
motorcycle’s centre of gravity and thus promoting the
unique handling of each model to an even higher
Ease of maintenance with service intervals of 10,000
kilometers or 6,000 miles unusually long in this segment
remains at the same high level as before.
Highly stable lightweight frame made of steel and
aluminum. The particularly light frame is the same
on all three models in the G 650 X series and is made up
of four highly stable modules: The welded main frame
made of steel profile sections, aluminum castings bolted
on to the main frame around the swing arm mounting
point, the aluminum lower section holding the engine in
position, the forged aluminum auxiliary frame serving to
take up spring strut forces, and the aluminum frame
bolted on at the rear.
With its appropriate use of materials specifically
chosen at each point and
tailored precisely to load requirements, this concept
makes a significant
contribution to the minimization of overall weight which
is precisely why the various models weigh a mere 156
kg/344 lb (Xchallenge, the lightest model) to 160 kg/353
lb (Xcountry, the heaviest model) with a full tank
according to the DIN standard.
The intelligent mix of materials on the frame offers a
number of other benefits:
The aluminum castings around the swing arm mounting
point the rider is
bound to touch with his boots are epoxy-plated to
prevent any such contact from leaving behind unwanted
At the same time the
mounting point has been modified in its configuration,
the swing arm now
pivoting exclusively on the main frame and not on the
and being positioned relatively close to the pinion.
This not only serves to provide even faster drivetrain
response, but also reduces the tolerance (less
slackness) of the drive chain.
Light rear frame and lower section made of aluminum. The rear frame is bolted on to the main frame, allowing
easy and low-cost
replacement in the event of damage. To make the rear
frame resistant to even
the highest loads, high-strength aluminum forgings are
welded into the
ends of the epoxy-plated aluminum frame tubes bolted on
to the main frame.
The lower frame section holding the power unit at the
front boasts the same
very special lightweight technology. Double swing arm made of cast light alloy. The extremely stable, double
aluminum swing arm also
comes with top quality epoxy-plated surface finish.
Made of cast aluminum, the
arm is heat-treated in the production process in the
interest of even greater
strength and stability provided by the more consistent
grain structure of the
material. Wheel guidance on all models in the BMW
G 650 X range is provided by a spring strut pivoting at
the top on a forged aluminum mount.
This ensures smooth and consistent distribution and
flow of forces, since the forged aluminum support rests
itself on two points first, on the side sections of the
frame, and second, on the cylinder head itself through a
bolted connection and, in the immediate vicinity, on the
stable connection linking the cylinder head and the
frame of the motorcycle.
Upside-down telescopic fork with different spring travel
each model. The upside-down telescopic fork (USD fork) is one of the
components identical on all three models in the new BMW
G 650 X model
range. The different character of each model is
borne out by different spring travel, a different
set-up, and differences in design and configuration
around the wheel mounting point.
A further feature on
the Xmoto and
Xchallenge is adjustment of the telescopic fork both
inbound and outbound. With tube diameter of 45
millimeters or 1.77´´, forged
aluminum fork bridges,
and wheel axle diameter of 20 millimeters or 0.79´´, the
is extremely strong and torsionally resistant, ensuring
supreme directional stability at all times.
Tank fitted in the frame triangle for optimum weight
and concentration of masses. The position of the
fuel tank in the frame triangle beneath the seat, a
concept already proven on the F 650 GS, has been carried
over to all three single-cylinder models on account of
its obvious benefits, with optimum concentration of
masses near the motorcycle’s low centre of gravity.
Made of a special plastic material, the fuel tank has a
capacity of 9.5 liters
or 2.1 imp gals and is filled from the right through the
lockable tank filler pipe. Even though this fuel capacity may appear to be
relatively small at first sight,
it is sufficient for a cruising range of up to 250
kilometers or 155 miles, since the single-cylinder power
unit is very fuel-efficient.
Light and modern two-channel ABS quite unique in this
segment. As an option, the G 650 X models are
available straight from the plant with new two-channel
ABS from Bosch, the latest generation of BMW Motorrad
ABS already featured on the F 800 S/ST and the R 1200 S.
The particular advantages of this anti-lock brake
system are not only compact dimensions and low weight of
just 1.5 kg or 3.3 lb, but also a high standard of
precision and quality in controlling the brakes: The
pressure modulator masterminds optimum brake pressure in
the ABS mode via intake valves with linear control,
keeping the control intervals very fast and precise.
a further advantage
of the modern valves with their infinitely variable
cross-sections is that the rider
feels only a very weak pulse effect in the brake levers.
Enhanced diagnostic functions round off the benefits
offered by this modern and sophisticated ABS control
The wheel speed
sensors, for example,
automatically monitor their distance from the sensor
wheel and thus
contribute to the supreme standard of safety offered by
the system. To ensure an optimum and consistent
pressure point at all times, the brake system comes with
steel-reinforced brake lines even on models not fitted
A further point is that the rider is able to deactivate
the ABS anti-lock brake
system when riding off-road under particularly sporting
or when enjoying his machine on a closed circuit. And
last but not least,
all models fitted with ABS come complete with a 12-V
power socket. Features and equipment giving great
attention to each and every detail.
The lightweight concept is also maintained
consistently with all the motorcycle’s attachments and
auxiliary units revealing great attention to detail: The
footbrake and gearshift levers are made of light, forged
and therefore highly stable aluminum.
The gearshift lever comes
complete with a spring-loaded, folding boom at the side,
the footbrake lever, through its rolled mounting, allows
particularly sensitive operation of the rear wheel brake
of particular significance on the Street Moto.
The side-stands on the Xchallenge and Xmoto are made of
the number plate supports and direction indicators can be
for sports riding on a closed circuit. And again last
but certainly not least, wide, zig-zagged footrests
ensure safe support and stability.
The high-strength light-alloy tubular handlebar comes in
conical design for
maximum surface contact at all fastening points despite
minimum weight. The handlebar supports varying in
height on all three models are mounted on rubber holders
in the forged fork bridges as a solution efficiently
absorbing any unpleasant vibration without reducing the
direct feel of the handlebar so important to the
The cockpit is intentionally purist in design and
configuration, with clear and
easy-to-read instruments informing the rider at all
times of his speed, the time
of day, and the distance he has covered. Two trip
counters may be activated
at the touch of a button, and the cockpit also presents
a battery charge reading. In the interest of enhanced flexibility, the instruments
may be converted by an authorized workshop to either miles or
kilometers, whatever the rider requires.
The rear lights come in cutting-edge LED technology
ensuring a rapid
response, above-average service life, a high degree of
and power consumption kept to a minimum. The
direction indicators come as standard with white lenses.
Reflecting the technology usual in this class,
electrical energy supply and the
cables in the electrical system retain their
conventional technical features. The battery is
readily accessible behind the handlebar unit to the
right beneath the fairing.
All models in the G 650 X series are registered for
riding with a passenger. The passenger kits
available as special equipment on the G 650 Xchallenge
and G 650 Xmoto are made up of special handles and
high-quality, forged footrest supports.
And a final advantage is that
converting the machines for
riding with a passenger does not require an entry in the
homologation documents. 2.2 Specific Model Components
and Distinctions. In conjunction with the light
but stable frame and the high-quality suspension
components, the powerful and refined engine sets the
foundation for superior performance, exceptional
handling, and very good tracking directional stability
all the way to top speed.
While all three models naturally share these fundamental
qualities at the same
very high level, they differ from one another in terms
of their character
and riding features through various design elements and
items of equipment,
as well as their different suspension geometry and
set-up. Apart from the handlebar mounts, the seat,
headlights and various design features, particularly the
wheels and tyres differ from one another, as well as the
brakes and rear spring struts.
Differences in suspension geometry are ensured by the
spring travel, the
size of the various wheels, as well as modified mounting
points for the front
wheel. And last but certainly not least in this
context, the final drive ratio is specifically tailored
to the purpose and character of each individual model.
Range of Equipment, Options and Special Equipment
Tailored to the specific features and requirements of
each model in the G 650 X range, the special equipment
offered by BMW Motorrad can be fitted ideally on the
spot by the customer’s motorcycle dealer.
optional extra offered straight from the factory is BMW
Motorrad ABS always
fitted together with a 12-volt power socket. Special equipment.
25 kW (34-hp) retrofit kit (scheduled for 2007).
- Off-road headlight protector (for the G 650
- Aluminum cover for the rear brake fluid
- Aluminum pinion cover.
- Aluminum sprocket protector.
- Aluminum frame protector.
- Handlebar impact protector.
- Hand protector bars.
- Set of protectors for the hand protector bars
- Set of protectors for the hand protector bars
- Set of add-on spoilers for hand protectors
- Small engine protection hoop.
- Aluminum underside protector (standard on the G
- Plastic underside protector (standard on the G
- Set of fall pads (G 650 Xmoto only).
Windshield holder (G 650 Xcountry only).
- Low seat (G 650 Xchallenge and Xmoto only).
- Windshield (G 650 Xcountry only).
- Luggage rack.
- Rear bag (G 650 Xchallenge and Xmoto only).
- Tank bag (G 650 Xcountry only).
- Passenger kit G 650 for Xchallenge and Xmoto
(footrests and grab handles).
- 12-volt power socket.
- Titanium sports silencer (fully homologated).
- Titanium exhaust manifold.
- Carbon-fiber exhaust system covers.
- Service toolkit.
- Support for navigation unit.
- Top case with base plate (in preparation, G 650
- Adapter plate for top case (in preparation, G
650 Xcountry only).
- Inner bag for top case (in preparation).
- Rear bag for short rides.
Both the BMW G 650 Xchallenge and the G 650 Xmoto are
a special, extra-robust rear bag complete with a
rubber-finished zipper bolting
on to the optional luggage rack and offering ample space
for day trips
well-protected from splashing water.
The bolted connection
keeps the bag firmly
on the motorcycle also when riding fast and dynamically
on rough terrain, Velcro straps inside helping to keep individual items
such as the rider’s service
toolkit firmly and safely in position. Watertight
The tank bag for the BMW G 650 Xcountry is fastened
behind the handlebar
center point and is tailored precisely to the front
fairing components, offering
generous space and a map folder up to DINA4 in size both
high-quality finish. The elaborately embroidered
model designation on the bag as well as the removable
shoulder carrier straps are two further attractive
details. Top case with adapter plate and inner bag
The 31-litre (1.09 cu ft) Top case available for the BMW
G 650 Xcountry is the
same as the Top case on the F 650 GS. A special adapter
plate keeps the Top case safely and firmly on the luggage rack for
accessories, a grab handle as
well as a secure lock on the lid naturally come as
standard. A watertight inner
bag, finally, is available as a separate feature.
Windshield for the BMW G 650 Xcountry.
Apart from looking really attractive, the small optional
additional protection from wind and weather. Additional headlight protector for the BMW G 650
Xchallenge. Made of impact-resistant polycarbonate, the headlight
effective protection from stone-throw particularly on
rough terrain. Through its design and
configuration alone, it is a perfect match for BMW’s
Small engine protection hoops. Finished in black, the robust engine protection hoops
protection from damage in both everyday riding and under
tough off-road conditions.
Underside protector in various sizes. Made of robust, deep-drawn
aluminum, the underside
as standard on the BMW G 650 Xchallenge and may be
retrofitted on the two
other models. he BMW G 650 Xcountry is fitted as standard with a small
underside protector made of impact-proof plastic also
available as an accessory and easy to fit on the BMW G
Hand protection bars complete with protector and
spoiler. Configured as a modular system, the hand protector made
up of an
enclosed stainless steel bar and various attachments
made of impact-proof,
completely colored plastic is able to offer various
The hand protector bar helps to avoid damage to the
instruments, the protector element available in two
sizes reliably protecting the
rider’s hands from stone-throw, while the spoiler offers
from cold and wet weather. Handlebar impact protector.
Carried over from enduro sport, the protector made of
extra-strong foam is fitted on the handlebar mount and
offers additional safety and protection for the rider.
Crash pads for the BMW G 650 Xmoto. Crash pads on the Street Moto help to avoid major damage
in minor incidents. They are fitted in pairs on
the two axles and the rider’s footrests.
Titanium sports muffler with full homologation. Made by Akrapovic, the sports muffler fits perfectly on
to the original exhaust
manifold of the G 650 X models. Conical in shape, this
tailpipe made of
carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic adds extra sporting
flair and character to the
machine. The muffler unit itself may be removed
for sports riding on private tracks and circuits.
Together with the titanium
below, the titanium sports muffler helps to reduce
weight by approximately
2.8 kg or 6.2 lb. Titanium exhaust manifold.
The extremely light but highly resistant material used
for the exhaust manifold takes on its characteristic
colour on account of the hot exhaust gas and is
acknowledged by the connoisseur as a particularly
Carbon-fiber trim panels on the exhaust system. Carbon-fiber trim panels replacing the regular heat
protection panels on
the exhaust manifold, silencer connection and muffler
body offer particularly
sporting and dynamic flair. High-quality aluminum
A number of accessories are made of top-quality light
alloy, replacing the
plastic parts otherwise used as standard. Two examples
are the chain
protection and pinion covers. The beautifully designed
frame protector, in turn,
protects the surface of the frame under extreme off-road
from marks and scratches possibly caused by the rider
with his off-road boots and at the same time protects
the rear master brake cylinder.
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