The 2011 Ural T is equipped with a 749-cc, horizontally opposed, air-cooled, two-cylinder, four-stroke engine that produces 40 horsepower at 5600 rpm, and 38 lb-ft of torque at 4000 rpm. This reliable and proven boxer style engine is at the heart of every Ural motorcycle. However, Ural has had to break away from their all Russian supply chain for the sake of dependability of their products. With front and rear suspension manufactured by Italian supplier Sachs, an ignition system by Ducati Energia, full floating disc brakes by Brembo, and twin carburetors and alternator by Keihin and Denso (both Japanese), the Ural is well equipped for modern roads and safety standards. Built tough and focused on utility, the Ural T has two overhead valves per cylinder, a dual-plate dry clutch and four-speed transmission. The sidecar frame and the motorcycle are built to work together. For example, the steering mechanism would be too quick on the motorcycle without the sidecar. With the sidecar, however, it makes turning a breeze. This offers convenience to both riders.