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125cc Dirt Bike DBX19

$699.99

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(Twin Spare Tubular Frame)125cc with Headlight

ENGINE

  • Engine Type: 125cc 4 Stroke Single Cylinder
  • Front Suspension: Non-Adjustable 750mm
  • Transmission: 4 Speed Manual Clutch
  • Rear Suspension: Non-Adjustable 320mm
  • Starter Mode: Kickstart
  • Front Brake:  Hydraulic Disc
  • Rear Brake: Hydraulic Disc
  • Max Power: 6.0KW (7500r/min)
  • Frame: Twin Spare Heavy-Duty Steel frame

 

DIMENSIONS

  • Seat Height: 34”
  • Max Weight Capacity: 165lbs
  • Wheel Base: 1220mm
  • Front,Wheel Base: 17”
  • Rear Wheel: 14”
  • Tank Capacity: 4.7L
  • Gross Weight: 82kg
  • Net Weight: 67kg
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