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70cc Dirt Bike DB25




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Product Details

  • Engine Type: 1P47FMD 4-Stroke
  • Cylinder: Single Cylinder
  • Cooling System: Air Cooled
  • Engine Brand: Apollo
  • Displacement: 70cc
  • Max Horsepower: 6HP 4.5KW
  • Max Torque: 9.0/5500
  • Bore Stroke: 47mm*41.8mm
  • Front Tire: 2.50-10
  • Rear Tire: 2.50-10
  • Ignition: C.D.I
  • Starting System: Electric Star
  • Battery: Yes
  • Engine Oil: 15W/40-SE (GB 11121)
  • Overall Length: 57.48” (1460mm)
  • Overall Width: 20.47” (520mm)
  • Overall Height: 32.68” (830mm)
  • Minimum Ground Clearance: 5.79” (147mm)
  • Clutch: Automatic
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Driveline: Chain
  • Front Brake: Drum
  • Rear Brake: Drum
  • Front Brake Operation: Hand
  • Rear Brake Operation: Foot
  • Fuel Capacity: 3L
  • Gross Weight: 180.4lbs (82kg)
  • Net Weight: 149.6lbs (68kg)
  • Max Weight Capacity: 88lbs
  • Carburetor: Jinke
  • Wheel Base: 36.61” (930mm)
  • Seat Height: 25”
  • Decals: Yes
  • Tool Kit: Yes
  • Remote Start: No
  • Remote Engine Stop: No
  • Remote Alarm: No
  • Caton Size: 5.31” x 14.17” x 27.95” (135mm x 360mm x 710mm)
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