Suzuki DR-Z50

INTRODUCTION

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Price

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KEY SPECIFICATIONS

DISPLACEMENT

49cc

MILEAGE

65-70Km/l

POWER

NOT RELEASED

TORQUE

NOT RELEASED

FUEL SYSTEM

CARBURETOR

TANK CAPACITY

3 liters

REAR SUSPENSION

COIL SPRING

KERB WEIGHT

54Kg

SPECIAL FEATURES

1
POWER BAND
2
KEYED IGNITION
3
AGGRESSIVE STYLING
4
ALL-NEW CHASSIS
5
SPARK-ARRESTOR EQUIPPED
6
AUTOMATIC CLUTCH
7
INVERTED FRONT FORKS
8
LONGER EXHAUST
9
ADJUSTABLE BRAKE LEVER
10
ELECTRONIC IGNITION
11
4-STROKE
12
DISC BRAKES

Full Specifications

City 65-67km/l
Highway 67-70km/l
Engine Type Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air-Cooled, DOHC
Drive Chain Chain, DID 428DS, 78 links
Displacement 49cc
Power Not Released
Torque Not Released
Bore x Stroke 39.0 mm x 41.8mm
Compression Ratio 9.7:1
Fuel Supply Mikuni VM13, single carburetor
Gearbox Type 3 Speed Constant Mesh
Ignition System Electronic Ignition (CDI)
Fuel Gauge No
Clutch Automatic
Fuel Warning Indicator No
Start Type Self/Kick Start
Clock No
Low Battery Indicator No
Low Oil Indicator No
ABS No
Electrical System Electronic Ignition (C.D.I)
Spark Plug NGK CR7HSA or DENSO U22FSR-U
Front Suspension Inverted Telescopic, Coil spring
Rear Suspension Swingarm Type, Coil Spring, Oil Damped
Wheelbase 935mm
Ground Clearance 135mm
Length x Width x height 1320mm x 580mm x 790mm
Kerb Weight 54Kg
Fuel Capacity 3liters
Tyres (F) 2.50 - 10 33J, tube type
Tyres (R) 2.50 - 10 33J, tube type
Brakes (F) Drum
Brakes (R) Drum
ABS No

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