APRILIA SR 150

INTRODUCTION

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GALLERY

KEY SPECIFICATIONS

DISPLACEMENT

154.8cc

MILEAGE

40-49km/l

POWER

10.5PS @ 6,750rpm

TORQUE

11.4N.m @ 5,000rpm

FUEL SYSTEM

CARBURETOR

TANK CAPACITY

7 litres

REAR SUSPENSION

MONOSHOCK

KERB WEIGHT

122Kg

SPECIAL FEATURES

1
POWERFUL ENGINE
2
STUPENDOUS SUSPENSION
3
AIR COOLED
4
STYLISH LOOK
5
ANALOGUE SPEEDOMETER
6
HALOGEN HEAD LAMP
7
CVT GEAR BOX
8
CARBURETOR FUEL
9
TUBELESS TYRES
10
ALLOY WHEEL
11
SELF START
12
SINGLE CYLINDER

Full Specifications

City 40-45km/l
Highway 45-49km/l
Speedometer Analogue
Tachometer Analogue
Tripmeter No
Fuel Guage Yes
Low Fuel Indicator Yes
Low Battery Indicator No
Low Oil Indicator No
Start Type Electric Start
Kill Switch No
Clock No
Pass Light Yes
ABS No
Stand Alarm No
Tyres (F) 120 - 70/14 M/C 61H
Tyres (R) 120 - 70/14 M/C 61H
Brakes (F) 220mm dia disc
Brakes (R) 140mm dia drum
Type Tubular Chassis with Open Single Cradle
Front Suspension Front Fork with 30mm inner tube
Rear Suspension Mono Shock Absorber
Wheelbase 1,365mm
Ground Clearance 155mm
Length x Width x Height 1,985mm x 703mm x 1166mm
Kerb Weight 122kg
Fuel Capacity 7l
Electrical System 12 volt - DC
Battery 12V 4Ah (MF)
Head Lamp LED,12V - 60 / 55W
Engine Type Single Cylinder, 3-Valve
Displacement 154.8 cc
Power 10.5PS @ 6,750rpm
Torque 11.4N.m @ 5,000rpm
Air Filter Type Viscous Paper Filter
Bore x Stroke 58mm x 59mm
Compression Ratio 9 ± 0.4:1
Fuel Supply Carburetor

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