Kawasaki 2021 KX 250XC vs Motomel Skua 250

Compare Specifications of Kawasaki 2021 KX 250XC and Motomel Skua 250

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Kawasaki 2021 KX 250XC
Kawasaki 2021 KX 250XC

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Motomel Skua 250
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 249.00 cc 229.50 cc
Engine 4-stroke single, DOHC, liquid-cooled Single cylinder 4T OHC
Engine Starting -- Electric and Kick
Clutch -- Manual
Fuel System DFI® with 44mm Keihin throttle body and dual injectors --
Ignition Digital CDI --
Cooling System liquid-cooled Air Cooled
Maximum Power -- 15 Hp
Load Carrying Capacity -- 150 Kg
Transmission 5-speed, return shift, with wet multi-disc manual clutch 5 speeds
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5 --
Frame Aluminum perimeter --
Tyres
Front 80/100-21 2.75 x 21_ street enduro type
Rear 110/100-18 4.60 x 18_ street enduro type
Wheel / RIM Spoke Spoke
Brakes
Front Single semi-floating 270mm Braking® petal disc with dual-piston caliper Self-ventilated disc
Rear Single 240mm Braking® petal disc with single-piston caliper Self-ventilated disc
Suspension
Front 48mm inverted telescopic coil spring fork with 23-way compression damping and 20-way rebound damping /12.4 in Hydraulic telescopic fork.
Rear Uni-Trak® with dual-range (2.25 turns high speed/21-way low-speed) compression damping, 38-way rebound damping and adjustable preload/12.4 in Monoshock
Colors Available
Colors Lime Green --


Physical Specs
Length 2169 mm 2100 mm
Width 820 mm 770 mm
Height 1259 mm --
Weight -- 123 kg
Kerb Weight 104 --
Seat Height 944 850
Wheelbase 1480 mm --
Ground Clearance 330 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity 6.20 litres 12.2 litres
Overview
Features - Coned disc-spring hydraulic clutch
- Launch Control Mode
- Easy engine tuning
- Finger-follower valve actuation
- Industry-leading slim aluminum perimeter frame
- Powerful brakes
- Slim, ergonomic bodywork
- ERGO-FIT® adjustable ergonomics
- Renthal® Fatbar® handlebar
- Uni-Trak® linkage system
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Additional Details Rake/Trail : 27.8/4.8 in --

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