Yamaha X-1

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The Yamaha X-1 is a commuter-style motorbike that is manufactured in Thailand. The motorbike is designed to compete with the 125cc Honda Wave and the Suzuki Smash, a city commuter-style motorbike.

Motor[edit]

The siema Yamaha X-1 is powered by a 2 valve, 4 stroke, 115cc motorcycle. It is a low RPM motor that uses air cooling. Designed to beat Honda Wave 125 in performance and fuel efficiency.

Statistics[edit]

Stat Name Statistic
Size (cc) 113.7 cc (115)
Max Speed 120 km/h
0–100 km/h Unknown
Max RPM Unknown
Engine Type 4 stroke SOHC 2valve
Carburator Mikuni VM-17
Brake Type Disk (front), Drum (rear)
Fuel Tank Capacity 4.5 liters
Fuel Consumption 86.0 km/liter at 30km/hr running speed
Maximum Torque 9.00 Nm at 5000 r/min

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yamaha X-1 - Motorcycle Philippines". Scooterphilippines.com. Retrieved 2012-09-10.