Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Hyosung GT 250 Comet

The Hyosung GT125R is definitely way above average for the budget 125cc class, as it shares the same substantial chassis as the 250. That makes it heavier than a 125 should be, but you get sporty USD forks and a gas charged monoshock ride. The 250cc motor gives you the power to work the chassis a bit and though it's no Aprilia RS250, the Hyosung 250 is a commuter with some credibility in the corners.

Features & Benefits

- Inverted Forks Provide great Feedback, a compliant and confidence Inspiring ride.
- Strong and powerful 2 cylinders V-TWIN DOHC 8 valve engines
- Double cradle type of hardness frame that improves more running stability.
- Large-size disk brake that employs double piston caliper with strong brake force.
- Wide tubeless and rear hydraulic disk brake that improve running performance and brake force.
- Large size halogen headlamp (60/55 W) that combines polished flavor and excellent visual recognition.
- 2-IN-1 type of high power and low noise muffler that improve throttle responsiveness reformatively.
- High-capacity fuel tank of 17l that gives better convenience in running long distance.
- Innovative Mono-link shock absorber that keeps stable suspension.
- Convenient storage space and maintenability.

Make Model Hyosung GT 250 Comet
Year 2004-06
Engine Liquid cooled, four stroke, 75° V twin, DOHC, 4 valve
Capacity 248
Bore x Stroke 57 x 48.8 mm
Compression Ratio
Induction 2x 26mm Mikuni carbs
Ignition / Starting - / electric
Max Power 30 hp 22.4 KW @ 10500 rpm
Max Torque 20.6 Nm @ 7300 rpm
Transmission / Drive 5 Speed / chain
Frame Steel, double pipe
Front Suspension 41mm Oil upside down forks, 120mm wheel travel
Rear Suspension Swinging arm, 100mm wheel travel.
Front Brakes Single 300mm disc
Rear Brakes Single 230mm disc
Front Tyre 110/70 -17
Rear Tyre 150/70 -17
Seat Height 780 mm
Dry-Weight 150 kg
Fuel Capacity 17 Litres

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