NSU Quick 50
|Manufacturer||NSU Motorenwerke AG|
|Production||1963 - 1965 |
|Class||moped / light motorcycle|
|Engine||50 cc (3.1 cu in) two-stroke single|
|Top speed||70 km/h (43 mph)|
|Power||4.3 PS (3.2 kW)|
|Transmission||4 speed manual, foot-shift|
|Suspension||Front: leading link with twin shocks
Rear: swingarm with twin shocks
|Brakes||125 mm (4.9 in) single leading shoe drum, front and rear|
|Tires||23 x 2.50 front and rear|
|Wheelbase||49 in (1,245 mm)|
|Dimensions||L: 1,860 mm (73.2 in)
W: 600 mm (23.6 in)
H: 930 mm (36.6 in)
|Seat height||31 in (787 mm)|
|Weight||80 kg (176 lb) (dry)
|Fuel capacity||11.8 L (3.1 US gal) |
|Oil capacity||1:25 mixture with petrol |
|Related||NSU Quickly TT/K|
The frame of the Quick 50 was developed from the frame previously used in the NSU Quickly TT. The engine differed from the Quickly engine in stroke, displacement, and compression ratio, and delivered power through a four-speed transmission.
The Quick 50 engine did not have pedals. As a result, the Quick 50 was not considered to be a moped in countries whose legal definition of a moped included the presence of pedals, as Germany's did.
- Worton, Chris (2007). "NSU Quickly Spares - Gallery". http://www.nsuquicklyspares.co.uk/index.html. Milton Keynes: Roger Worton. Archived from the original on 2010-05-02. Retrieved 2009-04-04. External link in
- Schlaepfer, Fredy. "Fredy's NSU Page - Quickly: Quick 50". http://www.nsu-cars.ch/default.htm (in German). Archived from the original on 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2009-04-04. External link in
- Rosenthal, Richard; pics by Martyn Barnwell (June 2006). "NSU Quick 50". Classic Bikers Club Network. Horncastle, Lincolnshire, UK: Mortons Media Group. Retrieved 2012-07-15.
As the Quickly-N-23 was in effect a re-working of earlier moped models, the 45mph four-speed Quick 50 was NSU’s last new motorcycle design. It was also the last motorised two-wheeler built by NSU and, when the final Quick 50 rolled off the production line, NSU had built 1,121,067 Quicklys and derivatives.External link in
- Norman, Cedric (2008). "Classic Motorcycles Bike Museum - NSU". http://www.classicmotorcycles.org.uk/bikemuseum/museum_home.htm. Archived from the original on 2010-11-21. Retrieved 2009-04-04.
Seen as a development of the Quickly, this was not true, as the Quick 50 has a completely new engine unit with 4 speed box and kick-start.External link in
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