Motorcycle Consumer News
magazine publishes acceleration and top speed figures for essentially all bikes in current production.
Don't have my copy of the compendium issue handy, but . . . top speed of a KLR650, as I recall, was in the nineties; quarter-mile in the 14s or low 15s.
Will share the exact data, if I can recover it from research.
Don't know the relevance of the performance to a purchase; no world land speed record candidate, performs about as expected for a machine of that displacement, weight, and level of tuning stress.
This clown clocked 91 mph; GPS:
Hey, you're in luck, sports fans!
'06 clocked at 98 mph; '08 at 93 mph (extra fairing drag on the later model?).
0-60: 6.04 seconds for the '06; 5.83 for the '08.
Dat's da name o' dat tune; this magazine accepts no advertising.
Quarter-mile elapsed times and top speeds:
'06, 14.52 seconds, 85.71 mph.
'08, 14.40 seconds, 87.08 mph.