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110cc Dirt Bike DB28




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  • Engine Info: 110cc Semi Automatic
  • Engine Type: 4 Stroke
  • Cooling System: Air Cooled
  • Brand: Apollo
  • Driving Wheel: Chain

Suspension | Chassis | Brake

  • Maximum Power: 6.5KW (8.7HP)
  • Transmission: Semi-Automatic 4 Gears
  • Suspension: Normal Spring Over Coil Shock
  • Front Suspension: Hydraulic Front Forks
  • Front Brake: Disk Brake
  • Rear Brake: Disk Brake
  • Starter: Kickstart
  • Starting System: Electric Star
  • Front Brake: Hand
  • Rear Brake: Foot

Product Details

  • Gross Weight: 65kg
  • Net Weight: 52kg
  • Frame: Single Tube High Strength Steel
  • Tank Capacity: 3.7L
  • Seat Height: 25”
  • Maximum Weight Capacity: 88lbs
  • Overall Length: 57.48” (1460mm)
  • Overall Width: 20.47” (520mm)
  • Overall Height: 32.68” (830mm)
  • Minimum Ground Clearance: 5.79” (147mm)
  • Battery: Yes
  • Remote Start: No
  • Remote Engine Stop: No
  • Remote Alarm: No
  • Decals: Yes
  • Carton Size: 5.31” x 14.17” x 32.68” (135mm x 360mm x 710mm)
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