In anticipation of our upcoming review of the 2022 INT650, we strapped it to Cycle World’s Dynojet 250i dynamometer to get horsepower and torque figures. The INT650 produced a modest 40.90 hp at 6,780 rpm and 37.35 lb.-ft. of torque at 5,100 rpm. Not earth-shattering, by any means, but you can see the aforementioned smoothness on its charts. Roughly 34 pounds of torque is readily available from 2,500 rpm, with a relatively flat torque spread following. All this adds up to linear power delivery, which translates to everyday flexibility.