HM Locusta 125

HM

Description:

A real grasshopper born to overcome all obstacles, the new HM Locusta is the ideal bike for those who want to live their passion for motorcycles outdoors: mountain, hill or plain, Locusta is a bike suitable for all terrains and all tastes!

With its liquid-cooled engine torque and perimeter chassis next generation, the Locusta again develops the concept ” EASY “HM for easy and intuitive control even in extreme conditions. The fundamental characteristic of Locusta is reliability. The Locusta boasts an innovative design to last a long time and to maintain the same performance under the conditions used in the most severe.

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MECHANICAL FEATURES
Engine:Single cylinder, 4-stroke 4-valve SOHC
Refrigeration: Liquid
Displacement: 124.4 cc
Bore x Stroke: 52 mm x 58.6 mm
Compression Ratio:11.2: 1
Feeding:Keihin Carburettor Ø30
On:Electronic
Start: Electric
Change Case: 6-speed
Clutch:Multidisc in oil bath
Final Transmission:Chain # 420
BIKE STRUCTURE
Chassis:Perimeter steel, double cradle with removable back
Front Suspension:KYB hydraulic fork
Diameter Bars: 41 mm
Rear Suspension:Mono-shock adjustable for preload
Front brake: Wawe disc with twin-piston floating caliper
Diameter:300 mm
Back brake:Wawe disc with floating caliper
Diameter:220 mm
Front Tire: 2.75 to 21
Rear tire: 4.00 x 18
GENERAL
Total Length: 2,200 mm
Total width: 790 mm
Total Height: 1,180 mm
Wheelbase: 1,400 mm
Seat Height: 870 mm
Ground Clearance:300 mm
Weight:114 Kg
Reservoir Capacity:7.3 liters (1.5 liter reserve)

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