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|Also called||F650 CS Scarver|
|Successor||BMW F800 S|
|Engine||652 Cubic centimetre, Single Cylinder, Water Cooled, Four-Stroke, DOHC, 4 valves|
|Power (physics)||50 hp (37 kW) @ 6,500 Rpm|
|Torque||44 lb·ft (60 N·m) @ 5,000 rpm|
|Transmission (mechanics)||5-speed, toothed belt drive|
|Brakes||Front: 1 disc, 2 piston caliper; Rear: 1 disc, 1 piston caliper; Anti-lock braking system optional|
|Wheelbase||58.8 in (1493.5 mm)|
|Dimensions||Length 84.3 in (2141.2 mm) Width 36.0 in (914.4 mm)|
|Seat height||30.7 in (779.8 mm)|
|Weight||374 lb (169.6 kg) (Dry weight (motorcycle)), 417 lb (189 kg) (Wet weight (motorcycle))|
|Fuel capacity||Auto litres|
The BMW F650 CS is a city/street (CS) BMW motorcycle introduced in 2001 and retired from production in 2005. It is also known as the Scarver (for street carver).
The F650CS was replaced by the F 800 S in 2006.
While the F650 CS is similar the GS released in 2000. It has several unique features including a single sided swing arm, toothed belt drive, modular soft case baggage, and unique storage area on the top tank of the bike.