Honda CRF150R vs KYMCO Spade 150i Limited Edition

Compare Specifications of Honda CRF150R and KYMCO Spade 150i Limited Edition

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Honda CRF150R
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KYMCO Spade 150i Limited Edition
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 149.00 cc 149.40 cc
Engine Liquid-Cooled single cylinder four stroke, Unicam®, four-valve SOHC 4-Stroke, 4-Valve, Single Cylinder w/EFI
Engine Starting 11.7:1 Electric
Fuel System Keihin 32mm flat slide with Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Electronic Fuel Injection
Ignition Solid-state CD with electronic advance --
Cooling System Liquid-Cooled Air Cooled
Maximum Power -- 12 PS @ 8500 RPM
Maximum Torque -- 11 NM @ 7000 RPM
Transmission Close-ratio five speed 5 – Speed Manual
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N--2-3-4-5 1-N-2-3-4-5
Tyres
Front 70/100-17 Dunlop MX51 120/80-12
Rear 90/100-14 Dunlop MX51 130/70-12
Wheel / RIM Spoke Alloy
Brakes
Front Single 220mm disc 8.66″ Single Rotor with Two-Piston Caliper
Rear Single 190mm disc 5.51″ Drum
Suspension
Front 37mm fully adjustable leading-axle inverted Showa® cartridge fork; 10.8 inches of travel 3.74″ Travel, 1.46″ Telescopic Fork Legs
Rear Pro-Link® fully adjustable Showa single shock; 10.7 inches of travel 3.39″ Travel, Twin Shocks with Preload Adjustment
Colors Available
Colors Red --


Physical Specs
Length -- 1752 mm
Width -- 764 mm
Height -- 1028 mm
Weight -- 112 kg
Kerb Weight 83.91 --
Seat Height 833 713
Wheelbase 1259 mm --
Ground Clearance 302 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity 4.2 litres 6.0 litres
Overview
Features -- - 94 miles per gallon est. (based on EPA data)
- Adjustable dual shocks for a customized ride feel
- Low seat height for comfort and safety
- Class leading horsepower and performance
- Superb graphic design for an even sportier appearance
- 12” sport styled aluminum wheels
- Compact rear fender storage
- Fold-out passenger foot pegs
- Analog Speedometer
- Odometer
- Tachometer
Additional Details -- Rake/Trail : 25-Degrees/3.29″

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