AJP PR4 Supermoto Pro 240 vs CSC TT250 Dual Sport

Compare Specifications of AJP PR4 Supermoto Pro 240 and CSC TT250 Dual Sport

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AJP PR4 Supermoto Pro 240
AJP PR4 Supermoto Pro 240

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CSC TT250 Dual Sport
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 233.00 cc 229.50 cc
Engine Single cylinder, 4 stroke, 2 valves – SOHC, air and oil cooled Single cylinder, 4 stroke
Engine Starting Electric Electric & Kick
Fuel System 30 mm Carburettor Carbureted
Cooling System Oil bath, multi-disc Air Cooled
Maximum Power -- 16.1 Ps @ 7000 Rpm
Maximum Torque -- 18 Nm @ 5500 Rpm
Load Carrying Capacity -- Maximum Load : 330 lbs
Transmission 5 speed 5 Speed
Frame Composite – aluminium / steel --
Headlamp -- 3D anti-fog headlight
Fuel Economy
Overall Mileage -- 27.6 kmpl
Tyres
Front 100/80-17-Inch 3.00 x 21 Knobby DOT Approved
Rear 130/70-17-Inch 4.60 x 18 DOT Approved
Wheel / RIM Spoke --
Brakes
Front Disc 260 mm, 2 Piston caliper 265 mm Single Disc
Rear Disc 220 mm, Single Piston caliper 220 mm Single Disc
Suspension
Front 280 mm Disc, 2 Piston caliper Inverted Telescopic
Rear 300 mm stroke fully adjustable Monoshock with preload adjustment Suspension
Colors Available
Colors -- Gray
White


Physical Specs
Length -- 2108 mm
Width -- 813 mm
Height -- 1117 mm
Weight 115 kg 140 kg
Seat Height 870 864
Wheelbase 1360 mm 1397 mm
Ground Clearance 335 mm 292 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 7 litres 11 litres
Overview
Features -- - High-mounted enduro steel exhaust
- Dash with digital speedometer, tachometer, odometer, fuel gauge, gear indicator, neutral light, turn signal and high beam indicators
- LED turn signals, dual-flash hazard lights
- 300-Watt alternator
- Handlebar mounted accessory switches
- Automotive-type waterproof connectors under the seat
- Adjustable rear shock absorber
- Folding rider and passenger foot pegs with rubber inserts
- Dual rear-view mirrors
- Comfort saddle for driver and passenger
- Frame-mounted helmet lock, lower steel bash plate

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