Sherco 300 ST Factory vs Suzuki 2021 GSX250R ABS

Compare Specifications of Sherco 300 ST Factory and Suzuki 2021 GSX250R ABS

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Sherco 300 ST Factory
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Suzuki 2021 GSX250R ABS
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 294.00 cc 248.00 cc
Engine 2 stroke Sherco proprietary design 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, SOHC, parallel-twin
Engine Starting Geared system with folding lever Electric
Engine Lubrication 2% oil pre-mix Wet sump
Clutch Hydraulic, diaphragm system Wet, multi-plate type
Fuel System -- Fuel injection with SDTV
Ignition Hidria digital Electronic ignition (transistorized)
Cooling System Liquid Cooled --
Transmission 5 speed 6-speed constant mesh
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5 --
Drivetrain -- Chain, sealed O-ring type, DID 520VF or RK 520KRO, 116 links
Frame Tubular section Chrome-moly --
Headlamp -- 12V 55/60W (H4 halogen) and LED position lights
Taillamp -- LED
Tyres
Front Morad 21” blue anodized aluminium rim 110/80-17M/C (57H), tubeless
Rear Morad 18” blue anodized aluminium rim 140/55-17M/C (66H), tubeless
Wheel / RIM Spoke 17-inch, cast aluminum wheels
Brakes
Front 185 mm Hydraulically activated, floating Nissin, 2-piston caliper, single disc, ABS-equipped
Rear -- Nissin, 1-piston caliper, single disc, ABS-equipped
Suspension
Front 39 mm Aluminum Tech fork Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Rear Progressive link system with single adjustable shock absorber Single shock, coil spring, oil damped
Colors Available
Colors -- Pearl Glacier White / Pearl Nebular Black


Physical Specs
Length -- 2085 mm
Width -- 740 mm
Height -- 1110 mm
Kerb Weight -- 181
Seat Height -- 790
Wheelbase 1322 mm 1430 mm
Ground Clearance 310 mm 160 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 2.4 litres 15 litres
Overview
Features - Cylinder head: improved compression rate and dome-shaped head
- Interchangeable cylinder head dome
- New CDI curve: increased power at low rpms
- Crankshaft: new balancing, reduced vibration, more torque in the mid-range and at high revs
- Diaphragm clutch: new spring, stable operation, improved consistency, easier action, and more precision
- Aluminum Tech fork with adjusters
- Neken handlebar pad
- 3-way Reiger shock absorber
- Removable rear exhaust bracket
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Additional Details -- Extension : Longer coverage periods with other benefits available through Suzuki Extended Protection (SEP)

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