Cobra 2021 CX50SRX FWE vs Suzuki 2021 DR-Z50

Compare Specifications of Cobra 2021 CX50SRX FWE and Suzuki 2021 DR-Z50

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Cobra 2021 CX50SRX FWE
Cobra 2021 CX50SRX FWE

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Suzuki 2021 DR-Z50
Suzuki 2021 DR-Z50

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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 50.00 cc 49.00 cc
Engine Cobra FWE Venom 50cc 2-stroke 4-stroke, air-cooled, single cylinder, OHC
Engine Starting Electric Electric with back-up primary kickstarter
Engine Lubrication Mixture lubrication – Spectro Platinum SX2 Wet sump
Clutch Cobra 5Gx Freewheeling 3-Shoe Automatic clutch
Fuel System -- Mikuni VM13, single carburetor
Ignition -- Electronic ignition (CDI)
Cooling System Water cooled Top-end and Case w/Silicone Hoses / Twin Radiator --
Transmission Single-speed auto 3-speed constant mesh
Drivetrain -- Chain, DID 428DS, 78 links
Controller Pro Taper Micro Bars (5/8″) / Breakaway Forged Levers --
Frame Hybrid Oval/Backbone with removable aluminum subframe --
Tyres
Front Dunlop 60/100-12 Geomax MX33 2.50 - 10 33J, tube type
Rear Dunlop 70/100-10 Geomax MX33 2.50 - 10 33J, tube type
Wheel / RIM Front: Cobra 12″ Forged & Anodized
Rear: Cobra 10″ Forged & Anodized
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Brakes
Front 160mm CARD Hydraulic Disk Drum
Rear 140mm CARD Hydraulic Disk Drum
Suspension
Front CARD Smart-Leg 32mm USD Fully Adjustable 210mm travel Inverted telescopic, coil spring
Rear CARD Fully Adjustable (High & Low Speed) 248mm travel Swingarm type, coil spring, oil damped
Colors Available
Colors -- Champion Yellow


Physical Specs
Length -- 1320 mm
Width -- 580 mm
Height -- 790 mm
Weight 40.5 kg --
Kerb Weight -- 54
Seat Height 680 560
Wheelbase 1038 mm 935 mm
Ground Clearance 245 mm 135 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 2.8 litres 3.0 litres
Overview
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Additional Details Induction : Case Reed V-Force® Reed Valve 12mm Carb
Exhaust :Works Style tuned pipe and silencer
Spark Plug : NGK CR7HSA or DENSO U22FSR-U
Extension : Longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP)

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