Friday, September 16, 2011

2010 KYMCO Quannon 150 Manual guide

2010 KYMCO Quannon 150
KYMCO, Powered by a single air-cooled 149.3cc, the Quannon be released in the U.S. as a 2010 model. Sporting a 62 x 49.5mm bore and stroke, the air-cooled plant produces a claimed 14 horsepower. While the CV is not overwhelming, the bike beginner should enjoy phenomenal fuel efficiency (70-75 mpg claimed) engine with four valves per cylinder and five-speed transmission. In combination with the deposition of 3.6 liters, a pilot can expect a range of over 250 miles on the passenger little / beginner motorcycle.

A steel frame structure is attached to a telescopic front fork and rear shock (no adjustment KYMCO press materials). Stop the 299-pound (claimed) bike comes through a single disc front and rear. 17-inch wheel Quannon should help the bike handle like a machine little bigger, like the Ninja 250 will always be compared with (which increased the wheel size of 17 inches with its new design 2008). The seat height is 31.5 inches (one inch taller than the Ninja).

KYMCO Quannon 150 Technical Specifications

Engine: Air-cooled 4-valve Single
Displacement: 149.3cc
Power Claims: 14 HP
Bore/Stroke: 62 x 49.5mm
Cooling: Forced air
Ignition: Electric
Transmission: Five-speed
Chassis: Steel frame
Front Suspension: Telescopic forks
Rear Suspension: Mono shock
Front Brake: Single disc
Rear Brake: Single disc
Front Wheel/Tire: 110/80-17
Rear Wheel/Tire: 140/70-17
Dimensions (LxWxH): 81”x28.5”x46.2”
Seat Height: 31.5 in.
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