This is a list of the specifications for the RS125.
Engine Type single-cylinder, two-stroke, liquid-cooled.
Cylinder in aluminum with Gilnisil coating on the barrel
Bore and Stroke 54 x 54.5 mm
Displacement 124.8 cc
Compression Ratio 12.5 :1
Carburettor Dellorto PHBH 28D,
Start-up electric CDI
Lubrication separate mixer with volumetric, variable capacity pump
Gearbox 6 ratio
Primary transmission toothed gearing
Clutch multiple discs in oil bath
End transmission chain driven
Frame double, sloping beam in aluminum fusion with thin-walled monocoque and crossed-rib stiffening completely polished.
Suspensions front: "Upside-down" fork in high tensile steel.
rear: swinging fork with two asymmetric arms, in aluminum fusion with thin-walled monocoque. Single hydraulic shock absorber, travel 120 mm.
Brakes front: floating disc Ø 320 mm, caliper with four parallel pistons;
rear: disc brake, Ø 220 mm.
Rims with spokes, light alloy
front: 3.00 x 17"; rear: 4.00 x 17"
Tyres front: 110 /70 x 17"; rear: 150/60 x 17"
Dimensions maximum length 1960 mm
maximum width 615 mm
maximum height: 1090 mm.
wheel base: 1345 mm.
Dry Weight 114 kg.
Fuel tank Capacity 14 litres
(reserve 3 litres)
OUR THOUGHTS ON THIS BIKE:
Having ridden this bike both on and off the track we can tell you that it is a cracking bike with some real drive once above 8000 rpm. With a top speed of 110-120 mph that easily matches and exceeds most 125s. Although quite expensive for a 125 it is definitely worth the money. the bike handles very well on the road and has quite a good fuel economy. Probably the only bad point about this bike is the rear seat. Who wants a passenger on such a flash looking race bike.
Guaranteed to attract women. (or cops)
THIS IS ONLY AN ESTIMATE SO, YOU MAY FIND DIFFERENCES IN YOUR LOCAL DEALER.
This applies to one years experience, and under third party fire and theft
NOT AVAILABLE , AT TIME OF UPLOADING